Tel Aviv Review

The lost synagogues of New York – The Tel Aviv Review

There are hundreds of disused and converted synagogues in New York, one of the world’s most Jewish cities. One woman has gone on a mission to set the record straight

Between God and Satan: Judaism and Israel in metal music – The Tel Aviv Review

Lior Peleg, host of TLV1’s Links and metal music expert, on representations of Israel and Judaism in the musical genre.

Sir Moses Montefiore: a world Jewish leader before such even existed – The Tel Aviv Review

Lia Tarachansky discusses her film; Prof. Motti Regev talks to us about his new book; and Abigail Greentalks to us about Sir Moses Montefiore.

The family in Israel: Orthodox, unorthodox and sometimes both

The editors of a special issue of the Israel Studies Review, entitled The Family in Israel, discuss the 17 papers it encompasses, each tackling a different aspect of the latest trends in the reformulation of family structures across the board of contemporary Israeli society.