The Jewish Quarterly, Spring 2014 edition (Volume 61:1)
The Spring 2014 edition of the Jewish Quarterly is now out, guest edited by Keith Kahn-Harris.
In his editorial for the new issue, Keith Kahn-Harris says:
What I hope is that as the Jewish Quarterly starts its 61st volume, it will continue to pull off the trick that Jews are adept at performing: constantly probing new directions while sustaining what has come before. If nothing else, I hope this issue will surprise, entertain, intrigue – and raise more questions than it could ever answer.
Amongst the highlights in the new issue are:
- A roundtable discussion on the state of Jewish food in the UK today, held over lunch at Zest @ JW3.
- Mya Guarnieri on being a Jew living in Bethlehem.
- Jeremy Schonfield on the Jewish attitude to land and territory.
- Cutting edge comics and illustrations by Eli Valley, Keren Katz and Liana Finck.
- Articles on corruption in Israel, seders in Japan, everyday life in Gaza, Israeli punk, as well as the usual engrossing reviews and timely obituaries.