Articles

Essays and peer-reviewed scholarship in Yiddish Studies, an interdisciplinary field that engages all aspects of Yiddish cultural production, especially in its relationship to other cultures and languages.

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Review

Women’s Voices from Yiddish to Polish

Kre­mer reviews two new vol­umes deal­ing with Yid­dish poet­ry, both pub­lished in Poland in 2018, which focus on the work of women poets. 

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A Dance: Fradel Shtok Reconsidered

Gol­lance recon­sid­ers Fradel Shtok’s oeu­vre and lit­er­ary recep­tion in the con­text of her trans­la­tion of Shtok’s short sto­ry A tants” (A dance).

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A Poetic Paradox: Gender and Self in Anna Margolin’s Mary Cycle

Weininger ana­lyzes Anna Mar­golin’s cycle of poems enti­tled Mary,” explor­ing her use of Chris­to­log­i­cal themes and fig­ures and the expres­sion of iden­ti­ty and self-def­i­n­i­tion in the poems. 

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Dream of a Common loshn

How can we read Yid­dish poet­ry across time to find a new com­mon lan­guage? How can we cre­ate a space for the imag­ined dia­logues of Kadia Molodowsky and Adri­enne Rich with their fore­moth­ers, an alter­na­tive nar­ra­tive of blood and text? 

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