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How Superman Stopped Being Jewish, And Why He’s Coming Back

How Superman Stopped Being Jewish, And Why He’s Coming Back
By April 11, 2016

The Man of Steel was supposed to be a progressive Jewish revenge fantasy. What went wrong? Read More

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Your Guide to ‘Jewish Slang’ in Victorian England

Your Guide to ‘Jewish Slang’ in Victorian England
By March 15, 2016

Hey Mannies and Bexandebs! Take a peek into what Victorians thought of Jews through the slang they used. Spoiler: it’s not flattering, but at least it’s funny. Read More

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Happy Jew Year!

Happy Jew Year!
By March 25, 2015

Creating new Jewish holiday traditions whilst living abroad. Read More

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A Memorable Time Studying Judaism, and More, in Scandinavia

A Memorable Time Studying Judaism, and More, in Scandinavia
By March 23, 2015

What drew Agnes Kelemen, a young woman involved in Jewish life and heritage in Hungary, to switch climate zones and spend a year in Sweden? Read More

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Unified, not Uniform – Jewish Life on British Campuses

Unified, not Uniform – Jewish Life on British Campuses
By March 20, 2015

Is it scary to be a young Jew at a UK university? Is it all BDS, and no BYOB? Helena Baker of the Union of Jewish Students, a member union of the European Union of Jewish Students, writes to rectify the image. Read More

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International Jewish Love, Part 1

International Jewish Love, Part 1
By March 18, 2015

So what’s up with young Jews in Europe and long-distance romance? Read More

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What we talk about – Part 1

What we talk about – Part 1
By March 9, 2015

“Voices from Europe” guest editor Jane Braden-Golay introduces French Jews who mix Klezmer and Salsa, an American Jew living in the UK who feels that “being hated is part of being Jewish” and a smorgasbord of community news. Read More

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A Threat With No Escape

A Threat With No Escape
By March 6, 2015

Anti-Semitism is present everywhere, so is fleeing really the right approach? Read More

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