The print edition of our 30th anniversary issue features short excerpts of articles from the first decade of Tikkun that are representative of what the magazine has been doing for 30 years. The full versions of those articles, plus many others we wish we could have printed in the magazine, can be found below.

There are also three special items we suggest you explore while looking through these articles: Rabbi Michael Lerner’s “Tikkun at 30” editorial, Judith Margolis’ special booklet “Sex in Israel,” and Joshua Weiner’s (Tikkun‘s poetry editor) essay “On Anne Winters’ ‘The Displaced of Capital.'”

We hope you enjoy! And if you want to ensure Tikkun is around for another 30 years, please take advantage of our special anniversary subscription offer! And if you want to purchase a copy of this single issue, click here.

Also, please come to our 30th anniversary celebration. It will focus on developing strategies by and for progressives to tikkun (heal, repair and transform our world)  in the coming years – badly needed no matter which of the major candidates wins. We’ll also be presenting the Tikkun Award to Holly Near and several others at a ceremony as part of this conference. We’ll send you the details as they develop – let us know you are interested by clicking here or sending an email to

Adler, Rachel

Bader, Michael J.

Bellah, Robert

Benjamin, Jessica

Biale, David

Bowles, Samuel

Bromell, Nicholas

Brown, Cherie

Buhle, Paul

Carson, Clayborne

Chernin, Kim

Cohen, Mark R.

Cox, Harvey

Darwish, Mahmoud

DeKoven Ezrahi, Sidra

Derber, Charles

Dickstein, Morris

Dillard, Annie

Dor, Moshe

  • Silence” translated by Barbara Goldberg with the author from Vol. 24, No. 3. 2009.*

Dorfman, Ariel

Dyson, Michael Eric

Fink Gefen, Nan

Gabel, Peter

Gilligan, Carol

Gintis, Herbert

Gordon, Linda

Gottlieb, Robert

Green, Arthur

Greenberg, Steven

Hayden, Tom

 Heschel, Susannah

Hever, Hannan

Hillman, Brenda

Jay, Martin

Kabatznick, Ronna

Landes, Daniel

Lerner, Akiba

Lerner, Michael

Levine, Philip

Lifton, Robert Jay

Mann, Eric

Margolis, David and Judith Margolis

Matt, Daniel

McPherson, James

Mensch, Betty and Alan Freeman

Milkman, Ruth

Moss, Lisa Braver

Norich, Anita

Nusseibeh, Sari

Oates, Joyce Carol

Ophir, Adi

Orange, Wendy

Pinsky, Robert

  • Victrola” from Vol. 14, No. 3. 1999.*

Plaskow, Judith

 Potok, Chaim

Roiphe, Anne

Samuels, Andrew

Scott, Peter Dale

Seidler-Feller, Chaim

Shapiro, Svi

Stavans, Ilan

Sullivan, William

Wallis, Jim

Waskow, Arthur

  • Down-to-Earth Judaism: Food, Sex, and Money” from Vol. 3, No. 1. 1988.
  • Down-to-Earth Judaism: Sexuality” from Vol. 3, No. 2. 1988.
  • Note on “Down-to-Earth Judaism: Food, Sex, and Money” and “Down-to-Earth Judaism: Sexuality” – Copyright (c) 1988, 2016 by Arthur Waskow. Waskow founded (1983) and directs The Shalom Center <>. Rabbi Waskow expanded this article into a full-length book published by Morrow entitled Down-to-Earth Judaism: Food, Money, Sex, and the Rest of Life. It reviews the history and spiritual meaning of Jewish practices in these four areas (Rest=Restfulness) from early biblical times into the present and possible life-enhancing futures, in much the same way his book Seasons of Our Joy does with the festivals. To order it from The Shalom Center, click to <>.
  • Twice-Promised Land” from Vol. 5, No. 5. 1990.
  • From Remorse to Peace” from Vol. 11, No. 1. 1996.
  • Note on “Twice-Promised Land” and “From Remorse to Peace” – Copyright (c) 1990 [or 1996] by Arthur Waskow. Rabbi Arthur Waskow founded (1983) and directs The Shalom Center <>. He is the co-author of The Tent of Abraham: Stories of Hope and Peace for Jews, Christians, and Muslims (Beacon Books), along with Benedictine Sister Joan Chittister, Sufi Murshid Saadi Shakur Chishti, and Rabbi Phyllis Berman, with a foreword by Karen Armstrong.

West, Cornel

Winters, Anne

Yehoshua, A. B.

Zoloth, Laurie

*Note: Some of the poetry included in the 30th anniversary issue was published after the magazine’s first decade.