For everything there is a season, and every season comes to an end.
With its claims to white indigeneity and affinity to paganism, Patriotic Alternative sits within a particularly radical transnational neo-Nazi network.
Dalia Neis’ new novel takes us inside a mystical world of anarchist diasporism and intersectional comradeship.
Reflections on sustained solidarity and Jewish-Palestinian coresistance in the South Hebron Hills, by Kate Greenberg.
Unmaking necropower, from Los Alamos to Palestine.
Victor Esses tells Samantha Ellis how his new show is pushing back against Ashkenormativity in the industry.
Katie Ebner-Landy meets the artist searching for alternatives to Jewish nationalism. First stop: a Yiddish rave.
They’re all having an identity crisis, and they all need therapy.
Dara Horn’s People Love Dead Jews offers a worldview of unchangeable victimhood – and she’s wrong, writes Alexander Jabbari.
A Muslim mayor fights to save the Jewish East End.