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Chriss the Jew; Dating as a Reform Convert

Chriss the Jew; Dating as a Reform Convert
By June 21, 2016

A Jew by choice deals with potential partners who question her identity. Read More

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How to Play the Jewish Name Game

How to Play the Jewish Name Game
By June 3, 2016

Hanging out in a large group of Jews? Here’s a way to pass the time. 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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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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