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.
Is There Such a Thing as “Yiddish Architecture”?
Cecile E. Kuznitz
Dream of a Common loshn
Here Dwells the Jewish People
David G. Roskies
Tongue-Twisted: Itzik Manger between mame-loshn and loshn-koydesh
Chana Kronfeld and Robert Adler Peckerar
Auden Can Wait: Introducing the Academic Section of In geveb
Yiddish and the Holocaust
Yiddish Literature in the American West
The Schandmaske, Silence, and mame-loshn
Is There Yiddish Photography?
The Price of Remorse: Yiddish and the Work of Mourning in Jacob Steinberg’s Hebrew Poetry