The Tel Aviv Review

No Return: Non-Jewish Migrants in the Jewish State

Mya Guarnieri Jaradat, an American-Israeli journalist, discusses her book, “The Unchosen: The Lives of Israel’s New Others.”

The Burden of Responsibility: Hamas Rule in Gaza

Dr. Bjorn Brenner, a Middle East scholar, discusses his book “Gaza Under Hamas: From Islamic Democracy to Islamic Governance.”

Women’s Rights and Human Rights: Hand in Glove?

Professor Frances Raday discusses the instances where international law can offer redress to the victims of patriarchy.

Rebel Rousers: Why National Movements Fight

Dr. Peter Krause discusses his new book, “Rebel Power: Why National Movements Compete, Fight, and Win,” which compares different national struggles.

In God We Trust? The Sociology of Religion Revisited

Eileen Barker discusses the role of religion in the human condition, what a sociological study of religions entails, religious movements, and more.

Stripped: Citizenship in America and the Revocation Thereof

Dr. Ben Herzog discusses his book “Revoking Citizenship: Expatriation in America from the Colonial Era to the War on Terror.”

Peddlers on the Road: Patterns of Jewish Migration to the New World

Professor Hasia Diner on her latest book, “Roads Taken: The Great Jewish Migration to the New World and the Peddlers Who Forged the Way.”

The Great Jewish-American Intellectual You Don’t Know

Dr. Mark Raider discusses Hayim Greenberg, a legendary yet all but forgotten mid-20th century Jewish-American essayist and thinker.

When in Romania, Do as the Romanian Jews

Dr. Felicia Waldman, author of “Tales and Traces of Sephardic Bucharest,” discusses the history of Romanian Jewry on the cusp between East and West.

The Menorah: A Most Emblematic Emblem

Professor Steven Fine, author of “The Menorah: From the Bible to Modern Israel,” analyzes the millennia-long history of the “Jewish holy grail.”