In geveb is hiring!

The Editors

In geveb is seeking to hire new members of our editorial team who will take active roles in the collaborative work of the journal.


Call For papers: In geveb Special Issue on Debora Vogel

The Editors

Abstracts are due July 1, 2019 for a special issue of In geveb dedicated to the work and legacy of Debora Vogel (also rendered ‘Dvoyre Fogel’).


The Latest in Yiddish Studies in English: 2018

Joshua Price, Dory Fox and Saul Noam Zaritt

A bibliography of the output of Yiddish scholarship published in English last year.


Using Yiddish to Teach About German Antisemitism

Sonia Gollance

Nineteenth-century German attitudes toward Jewish speech are a powerful way to understand the pervasiveness and normalization of antisemitism in German society even at a time when genocide was unthinkable.


Teaching Guide to Jacob Glatstein’s Anti-Fascist Poem “Goblin Nogood Has Run Out of Clout” (trans. Shandler)

Mark I. West

Mark I. West offers suggestions for teaching Jacob Glatstein’s 1943 Anti-Fascist children’s poem.


The Bais Yaakov Project: An Interview Between David Shneer, Basya Schechter and Naomi Seidman

David Shneer

An interview with Naomi Seidman, Chancellor Jackman Professor of the Humanities at the University of Toronto, and Basya Schechter, musician and founder of Pharoah’s Daughter, who are working on their compelling project called The Bais Yaakov project.


Charlie, [gesturing to Fascist General Franco on screen] fucking swine isn’t he?

William Pimlott

William Pimlott reviews Gill Tofell’s Jews, Cinema and Public Life in Interwar Britain and Alan Dein’s Music is the most beautiful language in the World: Yiddisher Jazz in London’s East End 1920s-1950s.

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