December 1, 2001 by

Winter 2001-2002

In this issue: War and gender: What Afghan women’s suffering says to us. Veiling, and shame. What a “foreigner” in Greece heard on 9/11, what she said, and what she wishes she’d told her hosts. “Red” Emma Goldman still draws us 60 years later.   Holocaust survivors’ daughters: helping parents forget, promising them to remember. Eight lessons from Hanukkah.