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Di Fester Shvester review Got fun nekome (God of Vengeance)
Just in time for the new spring run, a review of the New Yiddish Rep’s production of Sholem Asch’s (in)famous play.
“They were unique. They knew it.”: An Interview with Paul Buhle on Field Work, Poetry and the History of the American Left
Art Against Fascism: Joshua Sobol on the Radical Possibilities of Yiddish Theater
Joshua Sobol speaks to Rachelle Grossman about resistance through art and the future possibilities of Yiddish theater.
Yevgeniy Fiks visits Birobidzhan, and refuses nostalgia and mourning on his return.
Nicola Menser Hearn
Nicola Menser Hearn is a researcher, filmmaker and artist living in Melbourne, Australia. More at https://www.nicolahearn.com/
Zohar Weiman-Kelman is an incoming fellow at the Center for Advanced Judaic Studies at University of Pennsylvania and an associate scholar at the Penn Humanities Forum on Sex.
Translated and Improved: Yiddish Pop Culture in Israel
Yiddish is moving from the outskirts to the center of Israeli pop culture. Avi Blitz asks how that happens.
Inhabiting Multiple Homelands: Teaching in a Summer Yiddish Program
Smitten in Yiddish: Taytsh and Your Love Life
In geveb’s readers were asked about how Yiddish is part of their love lives. Click here to read their answers.
Dream of a Common loshn
How can we read Yiddish poetry across time to find a new common language? How can we create a space for the imagined dialogues of Kadia Molodowsky and Adrienne Rich with their foremothers, an alternative narrative of blood and text?