Robert Hirschfield

Robert Hirschfield is a freelance writer and photographer whose work appears in Ode Magazine, The National Catholic Reporter, Outlook (the Indian newsweekly), and the London Jewish Chronicle, among other publications. He has travelled most recently to north and South India, and to Israel and the West Bank.

Disappeared in Kathmandu

Abu Karsh: Interview with a Palestinian nonviolence activist


8 lessons you can only learn in India

Coversations with the great grandson of Gandhi

Revolutionary days in Siglo Veinte with Filemón Escobar

On the geography of beards and other dogma

The persistence of humans: A talk with author Amit Majmudar

When faith shakes out on the side of social justice

A world without borders

There is nothing to search for because nothing is missing

Traveling with poet Lucille Clifton in her afterlife

From side-taking to peace-making in the Middle East

My accidental costume on the Jewish holiday of Purim

In Herzliya with the survivor of a suicide bombing

An Israeli story of death, longing, and Gandhi

I cannot love even one country

New York’s first ever silent peace walk

The incident at Akko Prison

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