December 13, 2013 by

Winter 2013-2014

In this issue: The politics of paradox—finding Jewish meaning in unexpected places. The occluded Jewish core that drove a white, middle-class mom to lead risky civil-rights missions into Mississippi 40 years ago. An annual bacon sandwich that honors the legacy of Holocaust-survivor grandparents. And the recrudescence of the Austrian national dress — why Jewish teen girls in Europe now love a dirndl.