The capture and trial of Adolf Eichmann was one of the most dramatic, emotional, and consequential events in modern Jewish history. Fewer than two decades had passed since the destruction of European Jewry, and now a sovereign Jewish state was trying one of the Holocaust’s most notorious war criminals. Yet, when Hannah Arendt, herself a […]Read More
Norman Podhoretz is one of the preeminent intellectuals of the modern era: editor of Commentary for 35 years, master literary critic, piercing political thinker and polemicist, fearless defender of American and Jewish interests. After an early collection of essays, his first full-length book, Making It, was published in 1967—and it was an intellectual earthquake. A boldly […]Read More
Press play below to listen to the podcast, download it in the iTunes Store, or stream it via Stitcher. In this podcast, Eric Cohen sits down with the legendary editor of Commentary, Norman Podhoretz, to discuss his 2007 essay, “Jerusalem: The Scandal of Particularity.” The ancient capital of the Jewish people, Jerusalem, has been the essential center of […]Read More
Over the past year, Tikvah has published many of our events and panels as videos. Now, those same events are available for audio download as podcasts. In addition to watching from your desktop, you can now listen while commuting, exercising, or otherwise on the go to Norman Podhoretz reflecting on his life’s work, Christine Hayes […]Read More
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