60th Anniversary Double Issue

60th Anniversary Double Issue

Guest editor Devorah Baum’s editorial gives an indication of the range and calibre of the 60 contributors to this very special 60th Anniversary Double Issue of the Jewish Quarterly.

The British Jewish Writer and The British Jewish Press

The British Jewish Writer and The British Jewish Press

This is an inglorious story. It begins badly. It goes on badly. Unto this day, it is bad. Perhaps we shall be able to give this story a happier ending, however. Perhaps. So, let us begin. Amy Levy was one of the first Jewish novelists in Britain to write about the British Jewish community. There had been a few before her. […]

Q&A with Thomas Adès

Q&A with Thomas Adès

A leading British composer on inspirations, ancestors and Jewishness

Beat Memories

Beat Memories

Remembering Allen Ginsberg through his photographs, by co-curator of San Francisco’s Allen Ginsberg Festival, Alan Kaufman.

Truth and Lies in South Hebron

Truth and Lies in South Hebron

David Shulman offers a triptych of perspectives on life under the Occupation: The Israeli Activists, The Palestinian farmer, The Harvest.

Still Closing the Gates

Still Closing the Gates

David Glover on 100 years of immigration control

Beautiful Obsessions

Beautiful Obsessions

Parallel retrospectives frame Kitaj through hid final turbulent years, says Aaron Rosen

Drawing truth to power

Drawing truth to power

Steve Bell and Eli Valley on Jews, Stereotypes and Causing Offence