March 25, 2021

TRADITION Passover Archives

As the TRADITION editorial office closes for Passover, we leave you with these highlights from our 60+ years of archived essays. Enjoy this reading over Yom Tov – we hope all our readers will be celebrating a Hag Kasher veSameah in good health and in the company of loved ones.
March 24, 2021

OPEN ACCESS: Jewish Thought Symposium

With the upcoming arrival of TRADITION’s next issue, we have made our Fall 2020 issue open access, including our special Jewish Thought Symposium, guest edited by Mali Brofsky.
March 23, 2021

Humrot as Refinement, Not Confinement

Judy Taubes Sterman offers an alternative view of Passover stringencies, based on the teaching of Mei HaShiloah.
March 21, 2021

New and Noteworthy Books

Some noteworthy new titles have landed in the busy editorial offices of TRADITION: a look at Shtetl life from the perspective of the poor and destitute, Israelis and Americans look at each other through the veil of literary translation, Haym Soloveitchik's third essay collection, the lives of 19th-century smalltown rabbis, and more.