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Essays, interviews, listicles, podcasts, and much more, covering all aspects of Yiddish culture.

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Recreation as Education: Yiddish Vokh 2017

Sandra Fox

Sandra Fox on returning to summer camp at the Yidish Vokh, a week-long Yiddish language retreat for all ages.

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Making Sense of Squiggles: Teaching and Learning Yiddish Stenography

Elena Hoffenberg

The invisible labor, and liberation, of a shorthand for Yiddish.

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Queering Broadway: Indecent and Lesbian Yiddish Love

C Tova Markenson

Onstage, intimacy that’s untranslatable.

Interview

Remedy Before the Sickness: Eli Rosen on Translating Rhinoceros into Yiddish

Tova Benjamin

Tova Benjamin talks with Eli Rosen, translator of Rhinoceros, about fascism, Talmudic tractates, Yiddish fluency, and going OTD.

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Behind the Scenes: Vaybertaytsh’s “Farvos” Series and the Making of “Mameloshn Academy?”

Sandra Fox

On making community and a Yiddish feminist podcast, or: where the academy ends and the self begins.

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Amerike – The Golden Land is Yiddish in Form, Nationalist in Content

Tova Benjamin

Tova Benjamin on seeking authenticity at the theater.

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Yiddish Tattooing: Embodied Text

Diana Clarke

What draws us to embody language, or to make explicit how language embodies us?

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Two Years In: A Letter from the Editors

The Editors

Highlights from the year here at In geveb.

Interview

Art Against Fascism: Joshua Sobol on the Radical Possibilities of Yiddish Theater

Rachelle Grossman

Joshua Sobol speaks to Rachelle Grossman about resistance through art and the future possibilities of Yiddish theater.

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