Anastasiya Lyubas is a Visiting Research Fellow at the Northrop Frye Centre at the University of Toronto (2020-2021). Anastasiya is currently co-editing the Special Issue on Debora Vogel for In Geveb: A Journal of Yiddish Studies (forthcoming spring 2021). She is the author of Blooming Spaces: The Collected Poetry, Prose, Critical Writing, and Letters of Debora Vogel, a ground-breaking scholarly collection dedicated to the work of the Polish and Yiddish Modernist writer Debora Vogel (Boston: Academic Studies Press, 2020). Anastasiya is also the author of White Words: Essays, Letters, and Reviews by Debora Vogel, a scholarly volume in Ukrainian (Kyiv: Dukh i Litera, 2019). She holds a PhD from Binghamton University (2018) and was the recipient of a Fulbright scholarship (2012–2014) and of fellowships at the Modern Literature and Culture Research Centre (MLCRC at Ryerson University (2018–2019), YIVO (2017–2018), and the Yiddish Book Center (2017–2018). Her research has appeared or is forthcoming from Routledge Encyclopedia of Modernism, Nashim: A Journal of Jewish Women's Studies and Gender Studies, Translation: A Transdisciplinary Journal, and In Geveb: A Journal of Yiddish Studies.
The Image of Streetwalkers in Itzik Manger’s and Debora Vogel’s Ballads
Ekaterina Kuznetsova and Anastasiya Lyubas
Die Geometrie des Verzichts: Deborah Vogel’s poetry, essays, and letters in a new German translation and compilation