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Naomi Brenner

Ohio State University

Naomi Brenner is an associate professor in the Department of Near Eastern Languages and Cultures at The Ohio State University, focusing on questions of Jewish multilingualism, translation and cultural circulation. Her first book, Lingering Bilingualism (Syracuse, 2016) explored intersections between early twentieth century Hebrew and Yiddish literary cultures. Her current project examines the emergence of popular fiction in modern Yiddish and Hebrew.

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Milgroym and Rimon, Fraternal Twins

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A comparison of the Yiddish journal Milgroym and its Hebrew counterpart Rimon, both published in Berlin in the mid-1920s.

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Milgroym’s Cultural Context

Naomi Brenner

Weimar Berlin, Yiddish art journals, editorial conflicts—Naomi Brenner explains the cultural context of the journal Milgroym.

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