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Isaac L. Bleaman

New York University

Isaac L. Bleaman is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Linguistics at the University of California, Berkeley. His research and teaching focus on sociolinguistic variation and language change, especially in contemporary Yiddish. Bleaman received his PhD in Linguistics from New York University (2018) and his Master's in Yiddish Studies from the University of Oxford (2013). He has taught Yiddish at the YIVO Summer Program, the Workmen’s Circle in New York, and the Yiddish Farm.

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Guidelines for Yiddish in Bibliographies: A Supplement to YIVO Transliteration

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The purpose of this document is to fill some of the gaps in the YIVO system of transliteration for bibliographies.

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Yiddish has a word for that! Notes on the Comprehensive English-Yiddish Dictionary (2016)

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Isaac Bleaman goes to Yidish-vokh and reports back from a conversation between the editors of the new Comprehensive English-Yiddish Dictionary.

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