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S’iz shoyn zumer: Summer’s Here!

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As we head into our summer publishing break, we reflect on the past year and welcome your contributions for next fall. Most of all, we thank you for being a part of our In geveb community.

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Reader Favorites 2019-2020

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Our readers’ favorite posts from the 2019-2020 publishing year, including translations, peer-reviewed scholarly articles, personal essays, roundups of Yiddish resources, and even a piece from our Purim issue.

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Call for Papers: Murder, Lust, and Laughter, or, Shund Theatre

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We are seeking submissions for a special issue on Yiddish popular theater.

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Yiddish in der heym! Yiddish Summer Programs Roundup 2020: UPDATED COVID-19 EDITION

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This year, due to the global pandemic, many summer Yiddish programs have announced that they will be moving online. We’ve collected the details here.

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Teaching Yiddish (Language, Culture, History, etc.) Online: Call for Submissions

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Universities around the globe have closed their campuses and many of our readers are shifting their courses online. In geveb is seeking best practices, advice, lesson plans, asynchronous assignments, descriptions of why and how you use particular digital tools and resources, personal essays, and more.

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In geveb’s 120 under 120

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Welcome to In geveb’s 120 under 120 list, our annual selection of movers and shakers in the Yiddish world—all of them under 120 years of age!

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The Great Debate

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The YIVO Layoffs and the State of the Field: A Roundup of Perspectives and Call for Submissions

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We are interested in pieces that place the recent events at YIVO in the context of discipline-wide trends, historical, economic, scholarly and otherwise, and that help us think through the broader forces that produced this moment and its possible ramifications.

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Call for Pedagogy Submissions: Class in the Classroom

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A call for pedagogy posts on teaching about historical and present-day issues of class and labor.

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Announcing: Intensive Workshop on Reading Handwritten Yiddish

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In geveb is among the cosponsors of an intensive workshop for reading handwritten Yiddish to be held September 6-7, 2020 at the University of Chicago

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Your Guide to Yiddish and In geveb at the 2019 AJS Conference

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Check out the dozens of panels and presentations involving Yiddish at this year’s Association for Jewish Studies Annual Conference.

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5 Reasons to Support In geveb This Giving Tuesday

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In geveb is the ONLY open-access digital Yiddish studies journal around, and we depend on our community of readers like you for support. Can you chip in to help build the online home for Yiddish studies?

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Call for Submissions: Briv funem Arkhiv

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Our new Briv funem arkhiv section will feature short pieces about interesting, significant, funny, or surprising archival finds.

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Call For papers: In geveb Special Issue on Debora Vogel

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Abstracts are due July 1, 2019 for a special issue of In geveb dedicated to the work and legacy of Debora Vogel (also rendered ‘Dvoyre Fogel’).

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Call For Papers: Yiddish and the Transnational in Latin America

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Abstracts are due by May 1, 2019 for a special issue of In geveb devoted to the subject of Yiddish and the Transnational in Latin America.

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Supporting In geveb from Coast to Coast

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You can take the party out of New York, but you can’t take New York out of the party?

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Support In geveb in 2018

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In geveb relies on the support of our readers, please consider donating.

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Online Yiddish Language Instruction: A Conversation

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A conversation between language instructors who teach and think about online courses, answering a series of questions that we posed in order to reflect on the state of online Yiddish language learning.

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Your Guide to Yiddish and In geveb at the 2018 AJS Conference

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Check out the dozens of panels and presentations involving Yiddish at this year’s Association for Jewish Studies Annual Conference.

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לויט די לייענערס | Readers Respond

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This summer we conducted a survey of our readers to find out how you think we’re doing, here’s what we learned.

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This Year’s Reader Favorites

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The top ten most popular things we published this year.

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Reader Survey

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Calling all readers! We want to hear what you think.

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Say it with In geveb

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New In geveb swag for our supporters!

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Avant-garde Journals in geveb: A Manifesto for Yiddish Cybernetics, Part 1

Raphael Koenig and The Editors

Announcing a hybrid avant-garde academic project linking the early 20th century with the early 21st.

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Your Guide to Yiddish and In geveb at the 2017 AJS Conference

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Check out the dozens of panels and presentations involving Yiddish at this year’s AJS.

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Invitation to Participate: The Person Teaching with Yiddish

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Calling all teachers! Participate in our pedagogy poll.

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Two Years In: A Letter from the Editors

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Highlights from the year here at In geveb.

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Invitation to Participate: Teaching Intermediate Yiddish

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Calling all teachers of Intermediate Yiddish! Participate in our pedagogy poll.

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Invitation to Participate: Yiddish Clubs and Reading Groups

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Do you facilitate or participate in a Yiddish club or reading group? We want to hear about it! Participate in our pedagogy poll.

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Announcing: Breytbord Nayes

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All the news that isn’t fit for anyone to read, ever.

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Yiddish Lives! Loshn of the Living Dead

Saul Noam Zaritt and The Editors

Yiddish is Dead! Yiddish is Alive! Yiddish is the Living Dead?

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Invitation to Participate: Yiddish in Holocaust Education

The Editors

Do you teach courses related to the Holocaust? What role does Yiddish have in those courses? Let us know in this survey.

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Call For Papers: Religious Thought in Yiddish

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Abstracts are due by April 1, 2017 for a special issue of In geveb devoted to religious thought in Yiddish.

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The Yiddishist Vote: Responses to Trump

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A round-up of responses to the election of Donald Trump by scholars of Yiddish.

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לויט די לייענערס | Readers Respond: Tell Us What You Really Think

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This summer we conducted a survey of our readers to find out what you think about us, here’s what we learned.

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Call for Special Issues

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In geveb seeks proposals for Special Issues of the journal.

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Invitation to Participate: How Do You Teach With Translated Texts from Yiddish?

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Do you teach using translated texts from Yiddish sources? Tell us about it.

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Dem emes gezogt | דעם אמת געזאָגט: A Letter from the Editors

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Thoughts for a new academic year and changes behind the scenes at In geveb

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Totes!

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You can still donate to get an In geveb tote!

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Reader Survey

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We want to know more about you and what you think of In geveb!

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How to Pick the Jewish Resort Town for You

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Where will you sip mineral water among the Yiddish literary elite?

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Bernie Sanders redt af yidish

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Bernie Sanders, Democratic forerunner, speaks out on behalf of Yiddish underdogs.

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Yiddish Revival Declared a Success

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In a shocking turn of events on the eve of Pirim, Yiddish has been declared fully revived!

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Fin der redaktsiye: In geveb to Switch to Galitsianer Standard Yiddish

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After much deliberation, and lobbying from the Peylish Caucus, the In geveb Editorial Board has resolved to use Galitsianer Standard Yiddish going forward.

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Second Annual Call for Submissions

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In geveb is pleased to announce its Second Annual Call for Submissions for our Fall 2016 publishing cycle.

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The Latest in Yiddish Studies in English: 2014-2015

Saul Noam Zaritt and The Editors

A bibliography of scholarly works in Yiddish Studies published in English over the last two years.

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From the Editors | פֿון דער רעדאַקציע

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An end of year reflection from the core editorial staff of In geveb.

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Yiddish and Your Love Life: A Survey

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The most important survey for Yiddish speakers: tell us about your Yiddish romances!

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