- In Future Issues
Tzvi Novick "Almost, at times, the Fool:" Abimelekh and Genesis 20
Michael Weingrad Lost Tribes: The Indian in the American Hebrew Poetic Imagination
Yaron Peleg Moshe Smilansky and the Making of a Noble Jewish Savage
Reuven Shoham Reading Natan Zach
Special Double Issue (Winter 2005)
KISHINEV IN THE TWENTIETH CENTURY: The Cultural and Literary Legacy of Bialik's "In the City of Slaughter"
Alan Mintz Introduction
Dan Laor Kishinev Revisited: A Place in Jewish Historical Memory
Iris Milner "In the City of Slaughter": The Hidden Voice of the Pogrom Victims
Lawrence Kaplan A More Contemporary Voice: A. M. Klein's Translations of "In the City of Slaughter"
Anita Shapira Brenner vs. Bialik in the Formation of Labor Movement Ideology
David G. Roskies Bialik in the Ghettos
Sara Horowitz The Rhetoric of Embodied Memory in "Beʿir hahareigah"
Arnold Band Two Travelogues: Bialik's "Beʿir hahareigah" and Levi's If This Is a Man
Asa Kasher "Senseless Is Your Death as Senseless Is Your Life"
Michael Gluzman Pogrom and Gender: On Bialik's Unheimlich [End Page 260]
Special Issue (Winter 2006)
THE CITY IN JEWISH LITERATURE Barbara Mann, Guest Editor
Lital Levy on Baghdad | Hanna Soker-Schwager on Tel Aviv | Deborah Starr on Cairo | Lisa Silverman on Vienna | Ranen Omer-Sherman on Jerusalem | Itay Zutra on Warsaw | and more
Ishay Rosen-Zvi Misogyny and its Discontents | Elsie Stern Bibles for the People | Marvin A. Sweeney Fishbane's New Commentary on the Haftarot | Matti Huss On Reading Gender in Medieval Hebrew Literature | Adena Tanenbaum Poetry and History | Avraham Holtz On Barbara Harshav's Translation of Temol shilshom | David Shneer When the Iron Curtain Was Raised | Naomi Sokoloff The Holocaust and Literature for Children [End Page 261]