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The Schandmaske, Silence, and mame-loshn
Was Yiddish literature of the early modern period an outlet for the voices of women, or did it participate in their suppression, like the iron tongue of the Rothenburg Schandmaske?
Iris Idelson-Shein is the Alexander von Humboldt Research Fellow at the Martin Buber Professur für Jüdische Religionsphilosophie, Goethe University, Frankfurt am Main.
Cecile E. Kuznitz
Cecile E. Kuznitz is Associate Professor of History and Director of Jewish Studies and Historical Studies at Bard College. She also serves as Senior Advisor to the Max Weinreich Center, YIVO Institute for Jewish Research.
Is There Such a Thing as “Yiddish Architecture”?
The “spatial turn” in the humanities has opened up new kinds of thinking about Jews’ relationship to place. Yet how can this approach—which focuses on the physically concrete—be applied to the field of Yiddish studies, which after all is defined by the intangible factor of language?
Saul Noam Zaritt
Saul Noam Zaritt is an assistant professor of Yiddish Literature at Harvard University. He is currently a peer review editor at In geveb and one of the site’s founding editors.
Ariel Evan Mayse
Ariel Evan Mayse is an assistant professor in the Department of Religious Studies of Stanford University.