K. Magazine: Jews, Europe, the XXIst Century, with Daniel Solomon
ENGLISH CORNER, CON LINDA JIMÉNEZ – This week’s trivia question: What languages is K. published in?
K., the European Jewish Review, is an online magazine founded by journalists and academics from all over Europe.
Its mission is to document and analyze the current situation of European Jews through journalism and stories, essays and interviews, and also to recount the long history of Jewish presence in Europe.
K.’s approach, with contributors from all countries and all generations, aims to describe, explain and understand the very specific moment in which European Jews live. They propose to establish a view of the reality of European Jewish presence from all perspectives and to bring out places and faces, social realities and personal journeys, bearing witness to dangers and fears but also to promising initiatives.
Their hope is that the review will become a rallying point, contributing to the emergence of a network of European voices by giving them a place to express themselves, and by reaching as wide an audience as possible.
Daniel Solomon, senior editor of K., runs the magazine’s English-language edition. He is a doctoral student in history at the University of California-Berkeley and received his bachelor’s degree from Harvard. His studies center on French and European Jews. He is a former reporter at the Forward.
To contact K.: https://k-larevue.com/en/contact/
To contact Daniel directly: firstname.lastname@example.org