Shaul Magid reviews the scholar Rashid Khalidi's latest book, and finds that the author agrees with some unexpected figures.
Shaul Magid is the Jay and Jeannie Schottenstein Professor of Modern Judaism and Professor of Religious Studies at Indiana University in Bloomington. His most recent book, American Post-Judaism: Identity and Renewal in a Postethnic Society will be published by Indiana University Press in January 2013.
Shaul Magid reflects on how hatred of the 'other' is inseparable from hatred of self.
Shaul Magid on how the logical religious conclusion of comparing Iran and Haman is genocide.
Shaul Magid on how to celebrate the Jewish festival of Purim without reinforcing the holiday's violent backstory.
Shaul Magid explains why, if the Israeli electorate empowers the far-right Naftali Bennett, it may actually help the left.