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Did you know that Zeek: A Jewish Journal of Thought and Culture also exists in a handsomely produced, 96-page print edition? Most of our print content has never appeared online (or anywhere else for that matter) and features some of … Read More
Did you know that Zeek: A Jewish Journal of Thought and Culture also exists in a handsomely produced, 96-page print edition? Most of our print content has never appeared online (or anywhere else for that matter) and features some of today’s most interesting and inspiring new voices in Jewish culture, religion, and art — people like Samuel Menashe and Darra Goldstein, Sacha Baron Cohen and Kobi Oz, Kitra Cahana and Elinor Carucci. Gift subscriptions are also available: Zeek’s print edition makes an excellent Chanukah present, and will be a welcome addition to your synagogue, school, or Hillel library.
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The Spring/Summer 2007 edition includes:
Zeek: Fall/Winter 2006
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Corie Feiner, Tongue Marusya Bociurkiw, Radishes and Salt Leah Koenig, Goldbergers and Cheeseburgers: Particularism and the Culinary Jew Samuel Menashe, Salt and Pepper Matthew Vogel, Half-Sour: Food and Healing in Berlin Michael Ableman, Eli Zabar’s Magical Rooftop of Greens Ruth Knafo Setton, The Orange Came First Jay Michaelson, Kashrut and Nonduality Elisha Porat, Carobs Meghan Adler, Pomegranate Darra Goldstein, Cooking up Community with the Jews of Turkmenistan Yoseph Leib, The Tree of Life Jeremy Mullem, With a Strong Hand and an Outstreched Arm Rachel Barenblat, Sufganiyot
Zeek: Spring/Summer 2006
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Ruth Knafo Setton, When God Yelled at Me Gordon Haber, Peyos ex Machina Hillel Schwartz, Walking with Cristy in D.C. Mordecai Drache, Queerness and the New Jewish Cultures Phil S. Stein, How I Ended Up at the Jerusalem Same-Sex Attraction Group Peter Schwartz, The Return of Isaac Rachel Zucker, Alluvial Jay Michaelson, A Tranparent God: Tensions Between Buddhism and Judaism Robin Goldfin, Close the Door and Sit Close to Me Alex Mankowitz, White Meat David Shasha, The Levantine Option: What the Ashkenazim Have Hidden from Us Ellen Bloomenstein, Image in the Rain Joshua Cohen, Trees
Zeek: Fall/Winter 2005
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David Ehrlich, Everythingís Fine Jill Hammer, The Place of Ashes Kitra Cahana, The Last Days of Gaza Rebecca Mostov, Dear God Leah Koenig, The So-Called Jewish Cultural Revolution Hayyim Obadyah, Masoretic Orgasm Jay Michaelson, The Use of Mysticism Rabbi Zalman Schachter-Shalomi, Kíga Vna: Just as They… Dan Friedman, The Fundamentalist in the Mirror Anat Liwtin, No Place Like… Nicole Tayler, What She Loved Most Marissa Pareles, A Floating Red Rabbi Jacob Staub, Winter Light Promises
Zeek: Spring/Summer 2005
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Richard Chess, Monotheist’s Lament Jennifer Blowdryer & Alvin Orloff, Hipster Antisemitism Jill Hammer, The Two Mothers Aaron Hamburger, Whatever it Takes Rachel Barenblat, Asher Yatzar Jay Michaelson, Religion, Spirituality, Contemplation, Love Abraham Mezrich, Jacob Said to the Angel Abi Cohen, James Lee Byars & the Number Ten Michael Blumenthal, Not Pure Black and White Hal Sirowitz, Here’s Looking at You Samantha Stiers, Mengele & the Giant Hairball Dan Friedman, Straight Eye for the Consumer Guy Hila Ratzabi, A Demonstration in Words
Zeek: Fall/Winter 2004
Hal Sirowitz, Being on Good Terms Jill Hammer, An Altar of Earth: Jews, Goddesses and the Zohar Hila Ratzabi, Playing Eve Rowena Silver, Hyatt Regency Dead Sea Resort Jay Michaelson, Two Essays on Jesus Christ Avi Levy, Then Jeff Leavell, Becoming Jewish-ish Zalman Schachter-Shalomi, Invocation Before the Sacred Union Chanel Dubofsky, No Matter What, I Wish You Luck Joshua Axelrad, Sex and the Golem Abraham Mezrich, Pomegranates: A Parable Michael Shurkin, Is France Antisemitic? Ira Stone, The Stable Nigel Savage, Very Short Story
Zeek: Spring/Summer 2004
Contents: Temima Fruchter, Erev – Abraham Joshua Heschel (Jonathan Boyarin trans.), God Likes New Things – Siona Benjamin – Khamoshi – Prof. James Russell, Harvard Death Fugue – Raphael Cohen, re:vision – Abraham Mezrich, Island-Swimming – Michael Shurkin, Davening with Joe – Hal Sirowitz – Why there are no more miracles – Josh Ring – Josh Almost Gets Cancer – Jay Michaelson – I Hear America Bling-Blinging – Bara Sapir – Torah Cover – Sarah Lefton, A Song of Ascents – Chanel Dubofsky, Wisconsin – Margaret Mackenzie Schwartz, The Wrong Half – Joel Shurkin, Ten Commandments – Rabbi Niles Goldstein, Surrender – Dan Friedman, The Mall-Balloon Man Moment of the Spirit
Zeek: Fall/Winter 2003
Contents: Marissa Pareles Shtupping in the Shadow of the Bomb – David Goldstein Stones of Jerusalem – Jay Michaelson What the World Is – Sara Seinberg yom kippur – Dave Hyde Europeís Red-Green Alliance – Matthue Roth Trembling Before You – Douglas Rushkoff The Sacred and the Profane – Hal Sirowitz Not Mentioned – Dan Friedman Genuine Authentic Gangsta Flava – Temima Fruchter Primal Scream Judaism – David Stromberg Saddies – Michael Shurkin Is Zionism Colonialism? – Samuel Hayim Brody With a Bible and a Gun – Zalman Schachter-Shalomi Carrying Light into Dark Times – Abraham Mezrich Angel-Man
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