The German Lost Art Foundation tries to return art looted during World War II, but a family is challenging its ruling about works by Egon Schiele.
She helped shape new ways of thinking about Jewish identity, including challenging the Zionist notion that Israel must be honored as the homeland.
Accompanying the former N.B.A. star as he explores Jewish landmarks in New York.
The movie about the leader of the Nation of Islam who has a history of anti-Semitic views seemed to be set for streaming; Netflix cited a miscommunication.
The feature debut of Paula Eiselt tells of the creation of Ezras Nashim, an all-female EMS corps for the Borough Park area, in Brooklyn.
Steven Zipperstein’s “Pogrom” offers an account of a 1903 massacre of Jews that had far-reaching implications.
The Rothschild Pentateuch, dated 1296 and featuring extensive illuminations, will go on display in August at the museum after being long out of view.
His obsession with the Nazi genocide brought forth “Shoah,” a film recognized as both an important historical record and an original work of art.
Performers who support a movement protesting the treatment of Palestinians are clashing with German sensibilities.