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(0 Customer Reviews)   |     Write Review 6 issues per year Now the premiere independent Jewish magazine in North America, Elie Wiesel and Leonard Fein founded Moment in 1975, calling it "The New Magazine for America's Jew."

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Moment  |  March/April 2016  


Howard Jacobson Meets Shylock
In his new novel, Britain’s Philip Roth teleports Shakespeare’s infamous Jewish character to the 21st century. Besides the legendary moneylender, what else is on Jacobson’s mind? Israel, anti-Semitism in England, mortality—the usual.
by Liam Hoare

A Moment All-WomEn Symposium
The MIssing XX-Factor
Although diplomatic successes in Liberia, Northern Ireland and Iran have been led by women, they have been largely excluded from peacemaking efforts between Israelis and Palestinians. Would including more women make a difference? And what more could be done to bring about peace?
Interviews by Sarah Breger, Marilyn Cooper, Dina Gold, Anna Isaacs,
George E. Johnson, Sala Levin

How The Black Lives Matter And Palestinian Movements Converged
The sprawling national movement that grew out of #BlackLivesMatter has become linked with the Palestinian cause. How did this happen, what does it mean for the racial justice movement and where do American Jews fit in?
by Anna Isaacs

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COLUMNS
Letty Cottin Pogrebin | Don’t vote for Hillary just because she’s a woman
Marshall Breger | The strongest case for Israel is the “realist” one
Shmuel Rosner | Searching for Israel’s champion on the American campaign trail
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The baal teshuvah movement is a modern phenomenon

Moshe Safdie’s reimagination of urban architecture is transforming skylines

Ask the Rabbis | Should Jews “proselytize” to other Jews?

Jewish Routes | Jewish Vermonters (including Bernie Sanders) love the Green Mountain State

How a green vegetable—or karpas—made it to the seder plate

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BOOKS
Sailor and Fiddler reviewed by Faye Moskowitz
Disraeli: A Novel Politician reviewed by Norman Gelb
Exit Right reviewed by Nadine Epstein


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Moment   |   March/April 2016   


Howard Jacobson Meets Shylock
In his new novel, Britain’s Philip Roth teleports Shakespeare’s infamous Jewish character to the 21st century. Besides the legendary moneylender, what else is on Jacobson’s mind? Israel, anti-Semitism in England, mortality—the usual.
by Liam Hoare

A Moment All-WomEn Symposium
The MIssing XX-Factor
Although diplomatic successes in Liberia, Northern Ireland and Iran have been led by women, they have been largely excluded from peacemaking efforts between Israelis and Palestinians. Would including more women make a difference? And what more could be done to bring about peace?
Interviews by Sarah Breger, Marilyn Cooper, Dina Gold, Anna Isaacs,
George E. Johnson, Sala Levin

How The Black Lives Matter And Palestinian Movements Converged
The sprawling national movement that grew out of #BlackLivesMatter has become linked with the Palestinian cause. How did this happen, what does it mean for the racial justice movement and where do American Jews fit in?
by Anna Isaacs

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COLUMNS
Letty Cottin Pogrebin | Don’t vote for Hillary just because she’s a woman
Marshall Breger | The strongest case for Israel is the “realist” one
Shmuel Rosner | Searching for Israel’s champion on the American campaign trail
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The baal teshuvah movement is a modern phenomenon

Moshe Safdie’s reimagination of urban architecture is transforming skylines

Ask the Rabbis | Should Jews “proselytize” to other Jews?

Jewish Routes | Jewish Vermonters (including Bernie Sanders) love the Green Mountain State

How a green vegetable—or karpas—made it to the seder plate

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BOOKS
Sailor and Fiddler reviewed by Faye Moskowitz
Disraeli: A Novel Politician reviewed by Norman Gelb
Exit Right reviewed by Nadine Epstein


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You'll receive 6 issues during a 1 year Moment magazine print subscription.
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