The Seventh Heaven: Travels Through Jewish Latin America (Pitt Latin American Series)

Ilan Stavans, University of Pittsburgh Press, 10/15/2019

Internationally renowned essayist and cultural commentator Ilan Stavans spent five years traveling from across a dozen countries in Latin America, in search of what defines the Jewish communities in the region, whose roots date back to Christopher Columbus’s arrival. In the tradition of V.S. Naipaul’s explorations of India, the Caribbean, and the Arab World, he came back with an extraordinarily vivid travelogue.

The Jews of San Miguel de Allende

Roslyn Bernstein, Tablet, 04/21/2019

The service was electrifying, conducted in Hebrew, with some readings in English and Spanish, and enthusiastic communal singing.

Mexican Director's Jewish Theme

George Medovoy, The Jerusalem Post, 03/27/2019

Isaac Cherem, the young Mexican film director, believes that his coming-of-age film Leona might cause a “tsunami” in Mexico’s Syrian-Jewish community.

New Jewish Documentation Center, Containing 100 Years of Jewish Life in Mexico City, Opens This Week

Alan Grabinsky, Tablet, 01/07/2019

The paper legacies of separate immigrant communities return under one roof after earthquake-induced exile

A Mexican Jewish Babka is Taking over Chicago

Emily Paster, The Nosher, 01/02/2019

Jewish classics get Mexican flavors from this new Chicago bakery.

Mexico City’s Jewish mayor wants to be identified by her policies, not her ethnicity

Alan Grabinsky, JTA, 12/06/2018

Mexico City Mayor, Claudia Sheinbaum, breaks silence on religion claims.

Pioneering Initiative Explores the Latin American Jewish Diaspora

Judy Bolton-Fasman, Jewish Boston, 08/06/2018

The Latin American Jewish & Gender Studies project, a new initiative of the Hadassah-Brandeis Institute, will explore myriad aspects of Latin American Jewry.

Secret Crypto-Jewish Diaries Rediscovered in New York, Displayed in Mexico City

Alan Grabinsky, Tablet, 09/15/2017

Ahead of Mexico’s Independence Day, the autobiographical writings of Inquisition victim Luis de Carvajal finally go home

Another Promised Land: Anita Brenner's Mexico

Skirball Staff, Skirball, 09/14/2017

Another Promised Land: Anita Brenner’s Mexico offers a new perspective on the art and visual culture of Mexico and its relationship to the United States as seen through the life and work of the Mexican-born, American Jewish writer Anita Brenner (1905–1974).

Tijuana to Tefilah

Jared Sichel, Jewish Journal, 04/17/2014

Chabad gears up for biggest ever Mexican-style Seder

Tamara Zieve, The Jerusalem Post, 04/13/2014

MexiKosher Takes Chopped

Lara Rabinovitch, Heeb, 08/20/2013

Passover steeped in Mexican flavors

Bill Daley, Chicago Tribune, 03/20/2013

Inspiration for the Sixth Night: A Mexican Hanukkah

Rabbi Ruth Abusch-Magder, Kveller, 12/10/2012

Spiritual Yom Kippur in the heart of old Mexico

Janet Bein, J Weekly, 11/17/2011

Flourless Almond and Porto Cake

Webmast, Pati's Mexican Table, 03/14/2010