The Yiddish Book Center's
Wexler Oral History Project
A growing collection of in-depth interviews with people of all ages and backgrounds, whose stories about the legacy and changing nature of Yiddish language and culture offer a rich and complex chronicle of Jewish identity.
Advice for Yiddish Learners: Have a Real Interest in Yiddish
Nikolai (Kolya) Borodulin - master teacher at Workmen's Circle/Arbeter Ring - advises prospective Yiddish students to be truly interested in the language and make use of the copious resources in print and on the internet.
This is an excerpt from an oral history with Nikolai (Kolya) Borodulin.
This excerpt is in Yiddish.
Nikolai (Kolya) Borodulin was born in Birobidzhan, Russia in 1961.
This interview is part of the Yiddish in the Academy: scholars, language instructors, and students series.
Other video highlights from this oral history
Discovering Chancellor Murphy’s Connection To Birobizhan on My First Trip To America
1 min 37 sec
Slide 1 of 8
I Started Studying Yiddish Because I Was Offered A Job To Teach It In Birobidzhan
1 min 45 sec
Slide 7 of 8