From the Ottomans to Erdoğan: The story of Turkey’s Jews
Join us in Turkey as we head east to find out what President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan's increasing loss of power means for the Jewish population. We also speak to the editor of the world’s only Ladino newspaper and uncover Izmir’s stunning synagogues. Elsewhere, novelist Ayelet Gundar-Goshen urges Israeli voters to resist the right; Robin Lustig reports on a new film that questions why so many Nazis got away with murder; we speak to Robert Chandler, co-translator of Vasily Grossman’s novel Stalingrad; and celebrate 35 years of the Jewish Music Institute. Plus our regular guide to the best events taking place this summer.