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From the Poet's Library

Family members of Yiddish poet H. Leivick donate works from his private collection to the Center

A Ton of Books

Zamler Eric Ellman's Yiddish book-collecting persistence pays off

"Echoes from the Borscht Belt"

An exhibit of Marisa Scheinfeld's evocative images documenting what has become of the once-thriving vacation spot will be at the Center through October.

Wexler Oral History Project Launches Film Series

The first film in the series looks at Montreal Yiddish poet Ida Maze, who was born 122 years ago this month.

Tent: The List for July

Looking for the latest in contemporary Jewish culture? Tent has you covered.

From Generation to Generation

A visitor brings by special books from her great-grandfather's collection

Unruly Language: Czernowitz at 100

This year marks the centennial of the death of Yiddish poet and playwright I.L. Peretz. Here, a speech he gave in 1908 at the First Yiddish Language Conference in Czernowitz, Bukovina, along with an analysis by Center bibliographer Catherine Madsen.

We Can’t Predict When the Next Emergency Will Come, But We Can Act Now to Be Ready for It

An appeal from President Aaron Lansky to support the Yiddish Book Center's emergency book-recovery efforts around the world