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Reader Favorites 2020-2021

The Editors

The top ten most popular things we published this year, from children's book reports to a peer reviewed special issue.

Pedagogy

Loyt di kinderlekh: Children's Book Reports

The Editors

Several of In geveb's youngest readers were hard at work over winter break and submitted wonderful book reports on Yiddish literature. 

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Reader Favorites 2019-2020

The Editors

Our readers' favorite posts from the 2019-2020 publishing year, including translations, peer-reviewed scholarly articles, personal essays, roundups of Yiddish resources, and even a piece from our Purim issue.

Interview

Listening to Sylvia’s Children: A response to Briv funem Arkhiv: Letter from Sylvia Schneiderman to Itche Goldberg

Amye Rubinschneider

Amye Rubinschneider interviews her mother and aunt in response to Josie Naron's blog post about a letter from their mother, Rubinschneider's grandmother, a teacher fired during the Red Scare.

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לויט די לייענערס | Readers Respond

The Editors

This summer we conducted a survey of our readers to find out how you think we're doing, here’s what we learned. 

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Reader Survey

The Editors

Calling all readers! We want to hear what you think.

Texts & Translation

Taytsh-Rope Walking: The Occupational Hazards of Yiddish Translation

Daniel Kennedy

In an effort to pool the collective wisdom of its readership In geveb regularly conducts polls on various topics. This time we have asked the translators to weigh in.

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לויט די לייענערס | Readers Respond: Tell Us What You Really Think

The Editors

This summer we conducted a survey of our readers to find out what you think about us, here's what we learned. 

Pedagogy

לויט די לייענערס | Readers Respond: LGBTQ Vocabulary

Sarah Ellen Zarrow

Readers weigh in on "How Do You Say 'Parents' in Yiddish?," offering their own vocabulary suggestion and asking further important questions. 

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לויט די לייענערס | Readers Respond: Malka Lee

Diana Clarke

A reader writes in to tell us about her grandmother, Yiddish poet Malka Lee, and to dispel an error of identity that's been floating around the internet for years. 

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לויט די לייענערס | Readers Respond: Moyshe Stavsky

Madeleine Cohen

Readers write in to tell us about the Hebrew-Yiddish writer who was also Anna Margolin's first husband.