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The reclusive Philip Roth opens up in PBS documentaryThe great Jewish American novelist Philip Roth tends to be reclusive and rarely grants interviews. But in a revealing PBS documentary from the...read more...
‘La France n’est pas antisémite de manière congénitale’À l’heure de la recrudescence des atteintes à la Communauté juive de France, le brillant essai du renommé historien...read more...
‘Ma vie chez les Juifs Hassidiques’Figure marquante du Jour­na­lisme féminin québécois et canadien -elle a été pendant plusieurs anné...read more...
Quebecers’ evocative books about Jews are bestsellersTwo very different books with strong Jewish themes by francophone Quebecers are bestsellers in Montreal this month. Pourquoi moi? Ma vie chez les...read more...
Stories that will leave the reader breathlessOnce, as a young teenager, I had an uncanny, almost otherworldly experience that seemed to free me momentarily from the confines of my familiar world...read more...
Thrilling action in second Junction Chronicles mysteryA Murder of Crows (Simon and Schuster) is Toronto mystery writer David Rotenberg’s second book in the Junction Chronicles series. Decker...read more...
Hebrew-language Playboy magazine debutsread more...
Editor discusses encyclopedia about eastern European JewsVANCOUVER — Though he broke his ankle on a slippery sidewalk in Montreal, McGill University professor Gershon Hundert still showed up in...read more...
Iran’s nuclear program: a defiant quest for modernityIran’s quest to build a nuclear arsenal by hook or by crook has degenerated into a global crisis, having consumed the efforts of diplomats for...read more...
The war in letters, libraries and hidden notebooksVilnius, the contemporary capital of Lithuania, is far north of Warsaw and inland from the Baltic Sea.  Known among Jews as Vilna before the...read more...

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