It was on this day in 1947 that the world first saw the publication of one of the most influential books in history, the Diary of Anne Frank. Frank and her Jewish family hid for two years in the attic of a family friend's house during the Nazi regime before being discovered in 1944 and sent to the B ... More >>
Houstonian defends his grandmother in disputeThere's a mini-storm in Canada these days over the University of Toronto awarding an advanced degree to a student for a thesis that calls Holocaust-education programs "racist." Jennifer Peto's thesis, entitled The Victimhood of the Powerful: White ... More >>
The tragic story of Cambodian genocide becomes a cautionary tale
The Alley Theatre premieres the horrific history of the world's first calculator
Lucy Shelton Caswell examines the images in One-Man Army and Dr. Seuss Wants You!
Take a break from the deluge of Santa stories
The creator of Horton Hears a Who also spent time drawing anti-Nazi political cartoons during
One of the greatest pianists of his generation returns to Houston
April 30 - May 6, 1998
Jewish Worlds is back after two years. It should have waited a third.