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Where Life Is, Hope Can Survive

Where Life Is, Hope Can Survive

It needs to be said that, unlike some more recent cultures, the joy-loving and disarmingly honest ancient Greeks did not believe that suffering ennobled, educated, or improved the character of… READ MORE

Selected Poems From The Earth in the Attic

Selected Poems From The Earth in the Attic

In The Earth in the Attic, Fady Joudah, a Palestinian-American physician, explores big themes—identity, war, religion, what we hold in common—while never losing sight of the quotidian, the specific. Join us as… READ MORE

Celebrating Women’s History Month

Celebrating Women’s History Month

In 1980, the National Women’s History Project successfully gained national recognition for Women’s History Week, issued by President Jimmy Carter. Women’s History Month, later established by Congress in 1987, commemorates… READ MORE

Was Jesus a “Jew”?

Was Jesus a “Jew”?

Yonatan Adler— Was Jesus a “Jew”? The internet has been abuzz over this curious question in recent months. Many of those involved in the discussion have claimed that there were… READ MORE

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