Jewish Review of Books
Jewish culture. Cover to cover.
The Jewish Review of Books is a magazine for serious readers with Jewish interests. In its pages, leading scholars, journalists and critics, including members of its distinguished editorial board, discuss and critically assess current (and sometimes classic) books about religion, culture, and politics, as well as works of fiction, poetry, and the arts.
Since the magazine’s inception in 2010, essays in the JRB have often driven important conversations on the web and in a wide range of other publications. Its founding and current editor is Abraham Socher.
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Articles from the Jewish Review of Books:
Tweets and Bellows | By Rich Cohen | Fall 2018
A Complex Network of Pipes | By Hillel Halkin | Winter 2018
Yiddish Heroism, Hebrew Tears | Dara Horn | Winter 2019
What If Everyone Is Right | By Avi Shilon | Fall 2017
Bellow, Broadway Billy, and American Jewry | By Ruth R. Wisse | Fall 2018