Judith Shulevitz

Judith Shulevitz is a former culture editor of Slate and the author of The Sabbath World: Glimpses of a Different Order of Time.

The Book Club
June 11 2003 2:54 PMOverdosing on Neuroticism
April 25 2003 10:53 AMPoems of WarSix writers and editors on poems of war.
Tv Club
Dec. 2 2002 7:53 AMTragedy's New Ballast
The Book Club
Sept. 19 2002 3:27 PMWhy Am I Suppoosed To Care?
The Book Club
March 8 2002 11:36 AMLet's Talk About Sex
The Book Club
March 5 2002 7:46 PMAn Autobiography Masquerading as Social Theory
The Book Club
Nov. 14 2001 11:30 AMThe Pitfalls of Self-Pity
The Book Club
Nov. 6 2001 5:21 PMThe Cause of the Mess We're in Now: People Who Just Didn't Get It 
Sept. 27 2001 3:00 AMChasing After Conrad's Secret AgentIt's the archetypal novel about terrorists. And everyone's getting it wrong.
Sept. 13 2000 12:00 AMRemote Control
The Book Club
June 30 1999 12:18 AM
High Concept
Sept. 11 1998 3:30 AMThe New Jewish NovelThe complaints are very different from Portnoy's.
April 30 1998 3:30 AMModern MakeupTwo cheers for the beauty industry.
Dec. 25 1998 3:30 AMLiterary Lunacy
July 3 1996 3:30 AMMother ShipThe familiar aliens of Independence Day.
The Book Club
June 10 2003 3:20 PMMoribund Mortals
Feb. 18 2003 6:33 PMThe Armchair Painter Strikes BackFor many, Matisse's genius took second place to Picasso's. Should it have?
Tv Club
Nov. 25 2002 4:02 PMWhich Impulses?
The Book Club
Sept. 17 2002 12:49 PMLet's Play "What Could Have Been"
The Book Club
March 7 2002 10:51 AMThe Best Kind of Feminism
The Book Club
Nov. 16 2001 8:36 AMArmstrong Is More Partisan Than Innocuous
The Book Club
Nov. 8 2001 12:09 PMSomehow I Can't Sympathize
The Book Club
Nov. 6 2001 3:44 PM"Our imaginations failed us." 
Sept. 21 2000 12:39 PMSalinger on Trial
Aug. 9 2000 6:41 PMHarper's Renata Adler Spectacle
Oct. 3 1998 3:30 AMDon't Take It So PersonallyFeminism's boundary problem.
The Book Club
Nov. 1 1998 3:30 AMBorges, Moore, and Munro 
The Breakfast Table
June 23 1999 1:06 AMDissecting the Day's News
The Slate Gist
Nov. 9 1996 3:30 AMHollywood Stars



Driving in Circles

The autonomous Google car may never actually happen.

Where Ebola Lives Between Outbreaks

Gunman Killed Inside Canadian Parliament; Soldier Shot at National Monument Dies

Sleater-Kinney Was Once America’s Best Rock Band

Can it be again?

The Simpsons World App Is Here, and Nearly Perfect


“I’m Not a Scientist” Is No Excuse

Politicians brag about their ignorance while making ignorant decisions.


The Right to Run

If you can vote, you should be able to run for public office—any office.

In Praise of 13th Grade: Why a Fifth Year of High School Is a Great Idea 

Renée Zellweger’s New Face Is Too Real

  News & Politics
The World
Oct. 22 2014 2:05 PM Paul Farmer Says Up to Ninety Percent of Those Infected Should Survive Ebola. Is He Right?
Continuously Operating
Oct. 22 2014 2:38 PM Crack Open an Old One A highly unscientific evaluation of Germany’s oldest breweries.
Oct. 22 2014 4:45 PM Welcome to 13th Grade! Several Oregon high schools are offering a fifth year of high school. Every district should consider it.
  Double X
The XX Factor
Oct. 22 2014 4:27 PM Three Ways Your Text Messages Change After You Get Married
  Slate Plus
Tv Club
Oct. 22 2014 5:27 PM The Slate Walking Dead Podcast A spoiler-filled discussion of Episodes 1 and 2.
Brow Beat
Oct. 22 2014 4:10 PM Skinny Mark Wahlberg Goes for an Oscar: The First Trailer for The Gambler
Future Tense
Oct. 22 2014 5:33 PM One More Reason Not to Use PowerPoint: It’s The Gateway for a Serious Windows Vulnerability
  Health & Science
Wild Things
Oct. 22 2014 2:42 PM Orcas, Via Drone, for the First Time Ever
Sports Nut
Oct. 20 2014 5:09 PM Keepaway, on Three. Ready—Break! On his record-breaking touchdown pass, Peyton Manning couldn’t even leave the celebration to chance.