Jerome Marcus responds to Bezalel Naor's earlier essay, delving further into the worlds of Maimonides and Rabbi Nahman of Breslov.
In this essay, written in honor of Yom Yerushalayim, Bezalel Naor explores the differing visions for the ideal state held by Plato and the Rabbis, Maimonides and Rabbi Nahman of Breslov.
Ari Hoffman explores the expansive visions of Jewish peoplehood embedded in two major, recently published novels
Jeffrey Burghauser's three poems draw on the biblical and rabbinic imagination.
Shalva Muschel offers some perspective on George Elliot's leading Jews and the newest attempt to gain a fuller appreciation of Daniel Deronda.
Sarah Rindner considers Moana's Disney revolution and its Jewish parallels.
Elli Fischer on Rasbhi's passing, his legacy, and some other rabbinic legacies, as well.
Akiva Shapiro offers reflections on Naomi Shemer's culture-changing song.
William Kolbrener calls for an end to Rav-polemicizing so that all interested parties might finally take his legacy and teachings at full-depth.
Dr. Tovah Lichtenstein responds to the details of the previously published Rav timeline.