Reading Art Spiegelman’s Holocaust graphic novel with Christian eyes
In Yehiel Poupko’s poems, Jewish belief in God groans under the burden of divine silence.
They put us in touch with essential things that we know to be dear or wrong.
Susan Neiman considers how Americans might learn from Germany.
The abundance of giving
Alice Hoffman’s Holocaust novel collapses the boundaries between reality and fantasy.
I was outraged. I wanted to burn it all down. I wanted to pray.
Bearing witness, challenging God, voicing lament
In the face of evil, we tend to keep our heads down. Not Witold Pilecki.
Two tributes that offer behind-the-scenes glimpses of the beloved teacher
The Holocaust survivor’s response to suffering was to create joyful children’s books.
You cannot bear witness with a single word like genocide. Yet Night describes exactly what happened to me.
In Rachel Seiffert's novel, the characters' fears unite them as they watch and wait.
In Aharon Appelfeld's novel, a teenage Holocaust survivor sleeps, remembers, and learns to speak anew.
We need to study peace a lot harder than those who are studying war.