Announcing: A Focus on Children’s Literature
Over the next few months, we’ll be bringing you a series of posts across the blog, pedagogy, and translation sections of In geveb, all with a focus on Yiddish children’s literature.
Nov 15, 2020
Acting Like a Jewish Witch: An Interview with The Sorceress Star Mikhl Yashinsky
C. Tova Markenson
Mikhl Yashinsky discusses his starring role as Bobe Yakhne in the Folksbiene production of The Sorceress, featuring an In geveb first — a Yiddish drag performance recorded just for our lucky readers!
Oct 29, 2020
Review of Ariel Mayse’s Speaking Infinities
In his recent meticulously-researched and sensitively-written work, Ariel Evan Mayse brings to the attention of the contemporary reader a remarkable theology of language to be found in the teachings of Dov Ber Friedman, the Maggid of Mezritsh (1704-1772).
Oct 28, 2020
“Fragmented Narratives”: A Story of One Yiddish Word
Ekaterina Kuznetsova reviews Elianna Renner’s new exhibit in Berlin, “Pitshipoy,” open through November 6, 2020, which incorporates Yiddish into contemporary art and discussions about the politics of collective memory.
Oct 16, 2020
The Latest in Yiddish Studies in English: 2019
LeiAnna Hamel and The Editors
The newest installment of our annual effort to gather together the latest publications relevant to Yiddish Studies in English.
Oct 14, 2020
Call for Submissions: American Racist Violence in the Early Twentieth Century
Oct 06, 2020
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