How Have Female Clergy Transformed Jewish Life, Ritual and Practice?
Forty-six years after the first American woman rabbi was ordained, Judaism is transformed.
Tova Mirvis & Dani Shapiro: In Conversation
Two writers, both of whom left the orthodox fold, discuss the roles memory & imagination play in both fiction & memoir.
Martha Nussbaum: The Philosopher Queen
Bold and unapologetic, the marathon-running, opera-loving public intellectual has weighed in on everything from aging to the nature of evil. Her goal? To make philosophy useful in our day-to-day lives.
Book Review | Gateway To The Moon by Mary Morris
Entrada de la Luna, New Mexico, is a small town with a big mystery. Why do its Spanish Catholic families light candles on Friday night? Why doesn’t anyone eat pork? The answers, it turns out, lie half a millennium ago, in 15th-century Spain.
Seven Decades of Israeli Art
To mark the 70th anniversary of Israel’s independence, Moment asks curators from the Israel Museum in Jerusalem, the Tel Aviv Museum of Art and Ben-Gurion University to choose outstanding works of art from each decade.
Visual Moment | The Ringelblum Archive
What is The Meaning of God Today?
Moment asks a diverse group of philosophers, scientists, writers, artists & clergy the age-old question that never gets old.
Author Interview | Jonathan Weisman: On the Front Lines of Anti-Semitism
Let’s spend less time arguing about Israel and more time fighting bigotry in our own backyard.
Julius Rosenwald: Building Schools in the Jim Crow South
When Rosenwald decided to give away hundreds of thousands of dollars to mark his fiftieth birthday, Booker T. Washington encouraged him to donate a portion of the money to build schools for African American children in the segregated south.