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Support Group for Yiddish Daughters
This cartoon was created as a final project for Justin Cammy’s 2019 course on Yiddish Literature and Culture at Smith College.
לויט די סטודענטען | Students Weigh In
Your Guide to Yiddish and In geveb at the 2017 AJS Conference
Check out the dozens of panels and presentations involving Yiddish at this year’s AJS.
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.
This Year’s Reader Favorites
The top ten most popular things we published this year.
“Conversion through language”: Mo Pareles on Yiddish, Old English, and the Temporal Other
A medievalist uses Yiddish in her scriptural scholarship.
The Band Community Built: Tsibele at Jalopy Theatre
Noam Green on Tsiblele’s radically intimate sounds, and what it means to flag Jewish
Teaching Guide to Erotic Yiddish Poetry
This teaching guide offers suggestions and reflections from several scholars about teaching erotic Yiddish poetry.
Asch Remembered: Sholem Asch Hoyz in Bat Yam
Sholem Asch’s arrival at the small house at 50 Arlozorov Street in the coastal town of Bat Yam, near Tel Aviv, was to be his final move in over two decades of travels. Six decades later, the house has been carefully restored and reopened as a museum.
לויט די לייענערס | Readers Respond: Tell Us What You Really Think
This summer we conducted a survey of our readers to find out what you think about us, here’s what we learned.