In his two World War II novels of the 1970s, Wouk — who died this week — brought psychological insight to genocide, its perpetrators and bystanders. Adelle Waldman explains.
The Museum of Jewish Heritage’s exhibition about the death camp depicts, in ways large and small, the horrors of the Holocaust.
A survivor of the Nazi concentration camp toured a new exhibition at the Museum of Jewish Heritage that depicts the horrors of Auschwitz.
The American bat mitzvah has never been more widely broadcast than in 2019.
The new Museum of Italian Judaism and the Shoah in Ferrara explores the long and complex relationship between Christianity and Judaism.
Adina Hoffman’s “Ben Hecht” and Julien Gorbach’s “The Notorious Ben Hecht” examine the man’s career as both a screenwriter and a political activist.
The mission is to actively identify pieces that were looted or sold under duress during the Nazi era and to return them to the original owners or heirs.
Marc Weitzmann’s “Hate” explores the increasing anti-Semitism that has infected French society over the past several years.
In “America’s Jewish Women” Pamela S. Nadell offers a sweeping historical tour, moving from colonial times through the feminist struggles and until today.