The Jewish Museum has chosen Claudia Gould, head of the Institute of Contemporary Art at the University of Pennsylvania, as its new director.
Speaking of Jewish museums, are there just too many of them?
Hitler has become a symbol of popular subversion in China.
Hitler has taken over television programming at the BBC.
Which includes a drama about Hans Litten, a Jewish lawyer who humiliated the future dictator in court.
The heirs of George Grosz are trying to recover several paintings that the artist left behind in Berlin, and which are currently owned by the Museum of Modern Art.
Seth Lipsky applauds the Forward’s reporting on George Washington’s letter to the Jews in the Wall Street Journal.
A French Canadian game show has decided that Jerusalem is in Palestine.
Will Woody Allen’s next film be filmed in Munich?
Joshua Cohen appreciates Hungarian novelist Péter Nádas, author of “one of his country’s strangest, most ambitious literary achievements.”
Obama’s vacation reading reportedly includes David Grossman’s “To the End of the Land.”