Shachar Pinsker is Associate Professor of Hebrew Literature and Culture at the University of Michigan. He is the author of Literary Passports: The Making of Modernist Hebrew Fiction in Europe (Stanford University Press, 2011), the winner of the Jordan Schnitzer Book Award. He is the editor of Women’s Hebrew Poetry on American Shores (Wayne State University, 2015), In the Place where Sea and Sky Meet: Israeli Yiddish Stories (forthcoming, 2017), and the co-editor of Hebrew, Gender, and Modernity (University of Maryland Press, 2007). He has published numerous articles dealing with Hebrew, Jewish, and Israeli literature and culture. He is currently completing a book about urban cafés and modern Jewish culture, and working on a book on Yiddish in Israeli literature.
University of Michigan
Translingualism Today: A Review of Naomi Brenner’s Lingering Bilingualism
Shachar Pinsker and Yaakov Herskovitz
How to Build Bridges to People? Benjamin Harshav and Yiddish