Monday, August 19, 2019



Welcome to Moment’s ‘Year of the Woman’

13:03 04 January
Misogyny has deeply shaped me, and nearly stifled me. From growing up in a Jewish world where boys were golden, to pursuing an academic and journalism career rife with outright gender discrimination, to taking over the old boys’ club that was Moment in 2004, I found that men around me too often treated me as if I were a child or their lover.


16:08 26 July
By Leonard Fein Vol. I, Issue I     Moment has been eighteen months a-borning. Those of us who have lived with it during its gestation inevitably approach its birth much as that of a child: will its fingers and toes be in the proper...
Nadine Epstein

From The Editor // November/December 2016

13:34 03 November
his incredibly polarizing presidential campaign and election are finally behind us. To quote from Robert Hunter’s lyrics in the Grateful Dead song “Truckin’,” “…what a long, strange trip it has been.” This was a campaign like no other in my memory. Along with so many...

The Many Legacies of Elie Wiesel

14:54 13 September
With the death of Elie Wiesel, the world has lost one of the most powerful voices of the past century... Interviews with Ted Koppel, Bernard-Henri Lévy, Dina Porat, Natan Sharansky, Leon Wieseltier, Elisha Wiesel and more

King David’s Genes

17:40 16 August
by Nadine Epstein hree thousand years ago, tradition says the prophet Samuel anointed a lowly shepherd named David king of Israel. A warrior who could defeat Goliath and write love psalms, David managed to pull the quarreling Jewish tribes together into one nation and then...