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.
Review of A Rich Brew: How Cafés Created Modern Jewish Culture by Shachar M. Pinsker
Review of the Comprehensive English-Yiddish Dictionary
Alec (Leyzer) Burko
'Before the bow that was drawn': The Vilna Komitet and its documentation of the destruction of Polish Jewry, 1939–1940/41
Translation by Joshua Price and Miriam Schulz
A translation of the introduction of Miriam Schulz’s recent book, Der Beginn des Untergangs: Die Zerstörung der jüdischen Gemeinden in Polen und das Vermächtnis des Wilnaer Komitees (“Before the bow that was drawn”: The Vilna Komitet and its documentation of the destruction of Polish Jewry).
May 14, 2018
Yiddish Mass Culture in History and Practice: Eddy Portnoy's Bad Rabbi: And Other Strange But True Stories of the Yiddish Press
How to be Both: Officials and Artists Vying for the Limelight
Die Geometrie des Verzichts: Deborah Vogel's poetry, essays, and letters in a new German translation and compilation
Translation, Cosmopolitanism and the Resilience of Yiddish: Wischnitzer’s Milgroym as a Pathway Towards the Global Museum
A Dance: Fradel Shtok Reconsidered
Coordinated Movement?: Vladimir Jabotinsky and Polish Jewish Youth