Charles Corfield talks about how wonderful it is to have the Yiddish Book Center as a resource to a person who wants Yiddish information but doesn't have it readily available in their given location.
Charles Corfield talks about the discovery of an 11th century Jewish community in Cambridge, England during a construction project.
Charles Corfield talks about how he keeps up with his Yiddish through reading Forverts on Shabbes afternoons.
Charles Corfield shares his favorite Yiddish phrase, pointing out the style of Yiddish humor.
Charles Corfield compares assimilation of Yiddish speaking Jews in New York City in America versus London and Manchester in England.
Charles Corfield talked about Yiddish as an entry into a world that one wouldn't otherwise be privy to.
Jean Baumgarten differentiates between the study of Yiddish culture and the study of Eastern European culture.
Michael Steinlauf speaks optimistically about the recent Yiddish revival and the future of the language.
Michael Steinlauf defines his use of Yiddish as a way to explore the past.
Chana Gonshor sings a song that she learned at the Medem Sanatorium in Poland as a young girl before the Second World War.
of the largest and fastest-growing Jewish cultural organization in America.