“digital humanities”

Pedagogy

Online Yiddish Language Instruction: A Conversation

The Editors

A conversation between language instructors who teach and think about online courses, answering a series of questions that we posed in order to reflect on the state of online Yiddish language learning.

Blog

Avant-garde Journals in geveb: A Manifesto for Yiddish Cybernetics, Part 1

Raphael Koenig and The Editors

Announcing a hybrid avant-garde academic project linking the early 20th century with the early 21st.

Pedagogy

Experiencing History: Jewish Perspectives on the Holocaust

Emil Kerenji

In November 2016, the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum launched the beta version of Experiencing History: Jewish Perspectives on the Holocaust, a primary-source teaching tool that aims to bring Jewish sources from the Holocaust to the North American undergraduate classroom. Emil Kerenji describes the tool and how it can be used.

Pedagogy

The Yiddish Radio Project: Lessons from the Intermediate Yiddish Language Classroom

Sunny Yudkoff

The third in a series of reflections on Yiddish pedagogy in the digital age. Here, Sunny Yudkoff discusses her use of radio broadcasts in her Yiddish courses.

Pedagogy

Teaching Yiddish in the Digital Age

Paula Teitelbaum

The fourth in a series of reflections on Yiddish pedagogy in the digital age. Here, Paula Teitlebaum discusses the way that digital technology has shaped her teaching.

Pedagogy

Online Yiddish Classes at the Workmen's Circle

Kolya Borodulin

The second in a series of reflections on Yiddish pedagogy in the digital age. Here, Nikolai Borodulin reflects on the challenges and rewards of teaching Yiddish courses online.

Pedagogy

The Digital Yiddish Classroom: Reflections on Teaching Yiddish in the Digital Age

Sarah Ellen Zarrow

The first in a series of reflections on Yiddish pedagogy in the digital age.

Interview

Sholem Aleichem's Digital Turn

Madeleine Cohen and Diana Clarke

An interview with Jeremy Dauber about the new website SholemAleichem.org