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Author Q&A: After Snowden


Moment spoke with Ronald Goldfarb, editor of After Snowden: Privacy, Secrecy and Security in the Information Age about the USA Freedom Act, what it means, and whether Snowden has yet won his battle for privacy. Read More »

Q&A With Leon Wieseltier


On Jewish literature, Israel, digitization, freedom of expression and the pleasures of being insulted. Read More »

Wieseltier on Oren: “[I’m] Outraged and Offended”

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"I don’t take kindly to being called anti-Semitic and I don’t take kindly to having Jewish self-hatred attributed to me. I don’t take kindly to it at all." Read More »

How The First World War Changed Jewish History

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Professor Daniel Schwartz on how fears of Jewish disloyalty fueled deportations and massacres in Eastern Europe during and after the war, how the Jewish Legion helped conquer Ottoman Palestine for the British, and why World War I was a turning point for European Jewry. Read More »

When a Knish is More Than Just a Knish

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In honor of Father's Day, we're collecting your dad stories. From sweet remembrances to embarrassing moments and everything in between, send them all to with the subject line "Father's Day" for a chance to be published on our website. Read More »

A Jewish Take on Caitlyn Jenner


by Amara McLaughlin Five years before Vanity Fair unveiled Caitlyn Jenner on their front cover, Joy Ladin’s story made headlines and front pages in Jewish media. The first openly transgender professor at an Orthodox institution (Stern College for Women at Yeshiva University), Ladin, 54, is a well-known trans advocate who has left her mark on the Jewish community, lobbying for ... Read More »

What the Supreme Court Passport Ruling Means for Presidential Power


Moment spoke with Mark Graber, the Jacob A. France Professor of Constitutionalism at the University of Maryland’s Carey School of Law, about Zivotofsky v. Kerry and its implications. Read More »

Sacks: What Is Anti-Semitism?

Anti-Semitism is the least creative thing you can think of and the most destructive. But in a sense, anti-Semitism survives because of a weird and dangerous kind of creativity. Let me explain why. Read More »

Q&A: Women of the Wall


Moment spoke to the authors of the upcoming book Women of the Wall: Navigating Religion in the Public Sphere about the controversy surrounding the group, and their thoughts on resolving it. Read More »

Stolen Legacy: Q&A With Dina Gold


Dina Gold is a senior editor at Moment and the author of the upcoming book Stolen Legacy: Nazi Theft and the Quest for Justice at Krausenstrasse 17/18, Berlin. In it, Gold tells the story of how she set out to reclaim the Berlin building once owned by her German-Jewish family before the Nazis took it. Interview by Deborah Kalb Q: You ... Read More »