Memories of the Holocaust inoculated Europe against overt anti-Semitism for over half a century, but recent fatal attacks and mounting hatred have left the continent confronted with a crisis and its Jews with an agonizing choice. Atlantic national correspondent Jeffrey Goldberg discusses his reporting for the April cover story with James Bennet.
In Conversation with Madhulika Sikka
In A Fine Romance, Candice Bergen shares with humor, honesty and wisdom the big events of her life: her marriage to a famous French director, the birth of her daughter, Murphy Brown, widowhood, falling in love again, and watching her daughter blossom.
Holocaust Remembrance Day Program
In 2008, Teege, a German-Nigerian woman who was given up for adoption as a child, discovered that she is the granddaughter of the Nazi commandant portrayed by Ralph Fiennes in Schindler’s List. My Grandfather Would Have Shot Me recounts the shocking discovery that profoundly disrupted her sense of herself.
with Amber Tamblyn
Now on her fifth full-length album, Flower Boy, and her second book, The Madness Vase, Gibson’s raw fearlessness has led her to the forefront of the spoken word movement.
In Conversation with Nancy McKeon
Spanning the last forty years of our culinary history, My Organic Life: How a Pioneering Chef Helped Shape the Way We Eat Today tells the story of the natural foods pioneer who, earlier than anyone else, made it her mission to bring organic foods to the American table.
In Conversation with Rabbi Shira Stutman
The Real Thing: Lessons on Love and Life from a Wedding Reporter’s Notebook is a collection of insights—on dating, commitment, breakups, weddings, and marriage—that gives us a window into the mystery, the science, and the secrets of how we find love and make it last.
In The Road to Character, the New York Times op-ed columnist tells the story of ten great lives that illustrate how character is developed, and how we can all strive to build rich inner lives, marked by humility and moral depth.
In Conversation with Scott Stossel
In Spinster: Making a Life of One’s Own, Bolick uses her personal experiences to explore why she, and more than 100 million American women, remains unmarried today.