Join historian Craig Nelson, author of the new book “V is for Victory: Franklin Roosevelt’s American Revolution and the Triumph of World War II,” for a conversation about how FDR’s leadership transformed the United States and helped defeat the Nazis.
“And the Bride Closed the Door” is a broad comedy about a bride who refuses to go forward with her wedding ceremony, sowing havoc. The book captures a segment of Mizrahi society not often featured in Israeli fiction.
Judaism Disrupted: A Spiritual Manifesto for the 21st Century with Michael Strassfeld and Amy E. Schwartz
Rabbi Michael Strassfeld, talks about his new book, Judaism Disrupted: A Spiritual Manifesto for the 21st Century, which offers new insights on how Judaism can, will and must continue to change and adapt as a toolkit to help people bring meaning to every aspect of their lives.
If All the Seas Were Ink is a memoir of a young, recently divorced American-Israeli, living in Jerusalem, whose personal struggles lead her to take on the practice of Daf Yomi, reading a page from the Talmud every day for seven years. Kurshan’s inspiring memoir about learning how to put one foot in front of the other is a winner of the Sami Rohr Prize for Jewish Literature. In conversation with Moment book review editor Amy E. Schwartz.
Join Dina Porat, Professor Emerita of Modern Jewish History at Tel Aviv University and former Chief Historian of Yad Vashem, for a discussion about her latest book Nakam: The Holocaust Survivors Who Sought Full-Scale Revenge.
Speaking for the Silenced: From the Inquisition to the Holocaust with Richard Zimler and Sarah Breger
Zimler discusses life as an American Jew in Portugal, how Jewish history had been erased from Portuguese memory and the role of generational trauma in our lives today.
The Growing Threat of Christian Nationalism with Guthrie Graves-Fitzsimmons, Katherine Stewart, Eric K. Ward and Robert Siegel
Join our distinguished panelists to learn why we should be paying attention to the rise of Christian nationalism and what can be done about it.
Dorit Rabinyan is a two-time awardee of the Prime Minister’s Prize for Hebrew Literary Works. She was born in Israel to a family that emigrated from Iran. All the Rivers is the story of a romance between an Israeli woman and a Palestinian man, based on the author’s own experiences.
From Nazi Granddaughter to Holocaust Scholar: Researching the Vatican’s Holocaust-Era Archives with Suzanne Brown-Fleming and Shana Penn
Dr. Suzanne Brown-Fleming, director of International Academic Programs at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, discusses what inspired her to study the Holocaust, why the Vatican archives are so important and what we can learn from them, as well as what it’s like to do this work knowing that her grandfather was a Nazi.
Join Moment Israel Editor Eetta Prince-Gibson for a bird’s eye view of the situation: why were these reforms brought up in the first place and why are so many Israelis against it? What does this pause in talks by the government really mean?
Why We Need to Help the Uyghur People in China NOW with Elfidar Iltebir, Elisha Wiesel, and Josh Rogin
As China’s Uyghur Muslim community continues to face persecution, including detention, forced sterilization and the deliberate erasure of their culture, what is the world doing to help?
Etgar Keret is an award-winning writer who uses a deceptively casual style for his very short, absurd, often comical stories.