A joint project with the Hadassah-Brandeis Institute. The world of modern Jewish writers; a tapestry of works from varied cultures.
Wise, wisecracking, occasionally heartbreaking stories of a Jewish childhood in Depression-era Michigan.
Edited by Rhea Tregebov
Stories by Yiddish women writers, from the shtetl to the Holocaust.
An Israeli girl's diaries addressed to Anne Frank chronicle romantic trysts with her female teacher.
A memoir of traditions lost and found, a flooded city and the healing power of food.
Haunting stories by a highly-acclaimed Israeli author.
Jennifer Rosner’s revelatory memoir explores family, silence, and what it means to be heard.
Set in India, these tales are of Hindus and Muslims and . . . Jews? Oy vey!
A wealthy Israeli family becomes estranged as war and commerce increasingly define their lives.
My Jewish Orthodox Girlhood, My Life as a Feminist Artist