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Teaching Guide for Yoysef Kerler’s “Old Fashioned” and “The Sea” (trans. Evrona)
The second in a series of teaching guides, this one for Maia Evrona’s translation of Yoysef Kerler’s poems “Old Fashioned” and “The Sea” (1979).
From the Editors | פֿון דער רעדאַקציע
An end of year reflection from the core editorial staff of In geveb.
The Latest in Yiddish Studies in English: 2016
A bibliography of the prolific output of Yiddish scholarship published in English last year.
The Virtuoso of Loneliness: A Brief Invitation to Leyeles
Hear the voice of Yiddish poet Aaron Glantz-Leyeles as he meditates on the loneliness of the Yiddish writer while still embracing the magic of the American landscape.
A Peacock’s Dream: Introducing In geveb
Welcome to In geveb: A Journal of Yiddish Studies, the online home for Yiddish Studies. In geveb aims to be a central address for the study of all things Yiddish—the focal point for discussions of Yiddish literature, language, and culture, and the home for the next generation of Yiddish scholarship.
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 לערערס | Teachers Weigh In: Yiddish Clubs and Reading Groups
Participants and facilitators share their thoughts on Yiddish clubs and reading groups.
Review of On The Landing: Stories by Yenta Mash translated by Ellen Cassedy
Your Guide to Yiddish and In geveb at the 2018 AJS Conference
Check out the dozens of panels and presentations involving Yiddish at this year’s Association for Jewish Studies Annual Conference.
The post-Holocaust Parisian “Phalanstery” of 9 rue Guy Patin and its Legacies. Review of Rachel Ertel, Mémoire du yiddish
Rachel Ertel has been one of the most prolific translators from Yiddish to French. In Mémoire du yiddish: Transmettre une langue assassinée [A Memory of Yiddish: Transmitting an Assassinated Language], an interview with the French journalist Stéphane Bou published as a book in 2019, Rachel Ertel, who was born in July 1939, looks back chronologically on her life’s journey.