About In geveb
In geveb aims to be a central address for the study of all things Yiddish—the focal point for discussions of Yiddish literature, language, and culture, and the home for the next generation of Yiddish scholarship. In geveb, which in Yiddish means “in web,” will catalyze and renew dialogue between scholars around the world about Yiddish culture, weaving together the voices and texts of Yiddish’s past, present, and future.
In geveb is a registered 501(c)3 non-profit organization and a subscription-free digital journal. This means that all content is freely available without charge to the reader when used for scholarly and educational purposes. However, given the complex nature of copyright surrounding the archiving and digitization of Yiddish texts, a given post on In geveb may be governed by a web of permissions and rights. Please contact [email protected] if you are interested in quoting or republishing any of the material published on In geveb.
Click here to learn more about the beginnings of In geveb from its founding editors Eitan Kensky and Saul Zaritt.
University of California, Berkeley
Maison de la culture Yiddish-Bibliothèque Medem
Peer Review Editor
University of Wisconsin-Madison
Saul Noam Zaritt
Jewish Theological Seminary
University of Toronto
Sarah Ellen Zarrow
New Europe College Institute for Advanced Study
Index to Yiddish Periodicals
University of Massachusetts, Amherst
Johns Hopkins University
Michigan State University
Hebrew University of Jerusalem
David G. Roskies
The Jewish Theological Seminary, Hebrew University of Jerusalem
In geveb has received generous support from: