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Digital Futures: The Great Hope of Yiddish OCR
Refoyl Finkel talks to In geveb about making digitized Yiddish texts searchable.
Translingualism Today: A Review of Naomi Brenner’s Lingering Bilingualism
Naomi Brenner’s new book complicates the story of the Hebrew-Yiddish “language wars” and argues that Jewish translingualism continues well into the 20th century.
What was the kultur-tuer?
A portrait of the kultur-tuer, Moyshe Shtarkman (1906-1975), the activist engaged in the day-to-day moments that materially and intellectually make Yiddish culture.
Inhabiting Multiple Homelands: Teaching in a Summer Yiddish Program
Ironic Inversions: Rare Soviet Yiddish Songs of WWII
At the international symposium “Global Yiddish Culture: 1938-1949,” singer-songwriter Psoy Korolenko and Professor Anna Shternshis brought to life lost Yiddish songs of the Holocaust in an all-new concert and lecture program.
The Latest in Yiddish Studies in English: 2018
A bibliography of the output of Yiddish scholarship published in English last year.
Guidelines for Yiddish in Bibliographies: A Supplement to YIVO Transliteration
The purpose of this document is to fill some of the gaps in the YIVO system of transliteration for bibliographies.
The 2087th Question or When Silence Is the Only Answer
What kind of life will there be after the Resurrection of the Dead?
I may not believe in an afterlife or in resurrections, but I do believe that cultures can be reawakened and revived in new generations.
The Latest in Yiddish Studies in English: 2014-2015
A bibliography of scholarly works in Yiddish Studies published in English over the last two years.