Blog

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

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The Latest in Yiddish Studies in English: 2019

The newest install­ment of our annu­al effort to gath­er togeth­er the lat­est pub­li­ca­tions rel­e­vant to Yid­dish Stud­ies in English.

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Get yourself a little something

Now you can sup­port our jour­nal in style! Shop at our our Red­bub­ble
store.

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S’iz shoyn zumer: Summer’s Here!

As we head into our sum­mer pub­lish­ing break, we reflect on the past year and wel­come your con­tri­bu­tions for next fall. Most of all, we thank you for being a part of our In geveb community.

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Reader Favorites 2019-2020

Our read­ers’ favorite posts from the 2019 – 2020 pub­lish­ing year, includ­ing trans­la­tions, peer-reviewed schol­ar­ly arti­cles, per­son­al essays, roundups of Yid­dish resources, and even a piece from our Purim issue.

Interview

A Meeting Place for Two Worlds: An Interview with Piotr Nazaruk and Lublin’s Grodzka Gate Center

Mag­dale­na Kozłows­ka inter­views Piotr Nazaruk about Lublin’s Grodz­ka Gate Cen­ter and the cen­ter’s new online exhib­it of mem­o­ry maps from yizkor bikher and oral his­to­ry interviews.

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Going Off Script: The Contradictory Pleasures of Unorthodox

Roni Masel pro­pos­es a failed watch­ing” of Net­flix’s new series Unortho­dox that side­steps ques­tions of authen­tic­i­ty in rep­re­sen­ta­tion and instead gen­er­ates what we could call queer plea­sure or OTD pleasure.”

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On Learning Yiddish in a Pandemic

Faith Hillis reflects on build­ing dig­i­tal Yid­dish com­mu­ni­ty amid the COVID-19 pan­dem­ic and the Black Lives Mat­ter protests.

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Voices from Black Lives Matter Protests: קולות פֿון בלעק לײַװס מעטער פּראָטעסטן

Bilin­gual reflec­tions com­piled by Zackary Sholem Berg­er and authored by Berg­er, Sara Feld­man, and Antho­ny Rus­sell, Jew­ish activists who took part in recent Black Lives Mat­ter protests.

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