Check out this video to learn the history of bagels, including why one expert says no one's had a real New York bagel since 1967.
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A historian explains why many American Jews once had Christmas Trees in their homes, why the practice fell off, and who's bringing it back.
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"'Cosella Wayne' transforms what we know about the history of early American Jewish literature..." Its discovery was recent, as was its publication.
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Professor Yehudah Mirsky offers his analysis of the recent Israeli elections and their import for Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
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A lost child in 1928 Massena, NY sparked the United States' only known blood libel. A new history of the event connects the dots to anti-Semitism today.
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The textbook "American Judaism," first published in 2004, has a new edition featuring updates regarding identity, politics, and a "national religious recession."
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