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Supporting In geveb from Coast to Coast
You can take the party out of New York, but you can’t take New York out of the party?
Confessions of a Yiddish Writer and Other Essays: An Interview with Goldie Morgentaler
Matthew Johnson and Corbin Allardice talk with Goldie Morgentaler, Chava Rosenfarb’s daughter and editor and translator of a recently published collection of Rosenfarb’s essays.
The Latest in Yiddish Studies in French: 2014-2015
A bibliography of scholarly works in Yiddish Studies published in French over the last two years.
The Shtetl Neukoelln Festival Brings Yiddishland to Berlin
Klezmer singers and musicians gather in Berlin to make joyous new sound together.
“Literarishe reveransn”: Yiddish Translation as Negotiation
Radosav discusses her experiences as a translator of Yiddish poetry into Romanian and her evaluation of certain translations from other languages into Romanian or from Romanian into Yiddish. The essay outlines a strategy of “translation-recreation,” in which the translator balances a sense of fidelity to the source text with the attempt to creatively reproduce its internal mechanism.
לויט די לערערס | Teachers Weigh In: The Place of the Khurbn in Yiddish Language Classes
How and when do our readers teach khurbn materials in their Yiddish language classes? We’ve assembled responses to this poll in our loyt di lerers series.
Teaching Guide for Leyzer Volf’s Evigingo (trans. Finkin)
Jordan Finkin offers resources and ideas for teaching this unusual poem.
לויט די סטודענטען | Students Weigh In
Yiddish in ale lender! Yiddish Summer Programs Roundup 2019
Looking to improve your Yiddish this summer? There are options all over the world, from traditional classroom-based programs to music festivals, and everything in between—and we’ve done the research so you don’t have to.
Auden Can Wait: Introducing the Academic Section of In geveb
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.