CONTRIBUTOR

Sunny Yudkoff

University of Wisconsin-Madison

Sunny Yudkoff is an assistant professor at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She is currently at work on a book manuscript entitled, Let it Be Consumption!: Tuberculosis and the Modern Jewish Writer. Her work has appeared in Literature and Medicine, Studies in American Jewish Literature, and Afn shvel.

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Review

Strangers in Berlin by Rachel Seelig

Sunny Yudkoff

Seelig’s new book explores the city of Berlin during the Weimar period as a “transit station” for Jewish literature written in German, Yiddish, and Hebrew.

Pedagogy

The Yiddish Radio Project: Lessons from the Intermediate Yiddish Language Classroom

Sunny Yudkoff

The third in a series of reflections on Yiddish pedagogy in the digital age. Here, Sunny Yudkoff discusses her use of radio broadcasts in her Yiddish courses.

Text & Translation

אַ ייִדישע היסטאָריקערין פֿון לובלין

A Jewish Historian from Lublin

Jacob Glatstein

Translation by Sunny Yudkoff and Saul Noam Zaritt

Jacob Glatstein reminisces about the spa town of Nałęczów and about Bella Mandelsberg, a young historian he met there.

Article

Auden Can Wait: Introducing the Academic Section of In geveb

Sunny Yudkoff

What is Yiddish Studies? We inaugurate In geveb with a symposium on the state of the field, where a cross-section of scholars identify the pressing questions of Yiddish Studies.

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