Beth Kander-Dauphin

Beth Kander is a writer, who also coordinates communication and development efforts for the ISJL.


Articles by Beth Kander-Dauphin

When Sensitivity Boils Over

I saw a post on my Facebook feed yesterday that confused me. The post was from a friend who happens ...

Putting People in Boxes – Literally

I’d like to preface today’s post by saying that while I *wish* this were some sort of April Fool’s Day ...

Defending “Fiddler” – Punk, Traditional, or Southern-Style

Recently, I read an article about a punk-rock production of “Fiddler on The Roof.” The article caught my eye for several ...

Yiddish Chickens, Screaming Latkes, and a Pig Who Wants to Be Kosher

What do Yiddish-speaking chickens, screaming latkes, and a pig who really, really wants to be kosher have in common? They’re ...

Dear Sarah Silverman: You’re One of My Tribe

Dear Sarah, Hey girl! I read the open letter written to you by that rabbi in Dallas. You know, the ...

Pigging Out … Or Not

So there’s this website called Pork Memoirs. Dedicated to sharing “personal stories about a complicated meat,” the site explores personal ...

A Southern Twist on Apples & Honey

The “Apples & Honey (Bourbon)” Challah Bread Pudding recipe I devised a few years ago has become my Rosh Hashanah ...

Southern & Jewish: Pride, or Prejudice?

There’s an article that’s been going around a lot this past week, about being Jewish in the South. Naturally, the ...