Refugees, children and a time to act

Sitting in the drawer of our sideboard are some German silver teaspoons that my grandmother’s family smuggled out of Germany when they left with just a suitcase each. Yes, my family were middle-class, they had silver teaspoons – you know what, being middle class probably saved their life. Think about that next time you Read more…

Judaism and Digital Humanities etc

As I tap away at my keyboard these last few weeks and also continue my teaching at graduate and post-graduate level, I’ve been coming back again and again to the issue of the changing nature of being Jewish, studying Judaism and describing Judaism with the advance of the digital world. Read more…