“Berlin”

Blog

Milgroym and Rimon, Fraternal Twins

Naomi Brenner

A comparison of the Yiddish journal Milgroym and its Hebrew counterpart Rimon, both published in Berlin in the mid-1920s.


Special Issue

The Milgroym Project

Translation, articles, and commentary

An ongoing series of translations from and scholarly and popular commentary about the spectacular interwar Yiddish literary and art journal, Milgroym.

Text & Translation

מכאן ואילך : פתח־דבר

Mikan Ve’eylakh (From this Point Onward): Foreword

Tal Hever-Chybowski

Translation by Rachel Seelig

In anticipation of its third issue, here is the foreword to issue one of Mikan Ve'eylakh: Journal for Diasporic Hebrew.

Blog

Milgroym's Cultural Context

Naomi Brenner

Weimar Berlin, Yiddish art journals, editorial conflicts—Naomi Brenner explains the cultural context of the journal Milgroym.

Article

Translation, Cosmopolitanism and the Resilience of Yiddish: Wischnitzer’s Milgroym as a Pathway Towards the Global Museum

Susanne Marten-Finnis

Reading Rachel Wischnitzer's editorial vision for the journal Milgroym as a "global museum."

Pedagogy

Yiddish in Berlin/Berlin in Yiddish

Ekaterina Kuznetsova

Ekaterina Kuznetsova reflects on the first-ever Yiddish summer program to take place in the German capital (August 14 - September 1st 2017)
Review

Strangers in Berlin by Rachel Seelig

Sunny Yudkoff

Seelig's new book explores the city of Berlin during the Weimar period as a "transit station" for Jewish literature written in German, Yiddish, and Hebrew.