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0:03 - Introduction 0:26 - Zohar's International Family Background

Keywords: 1970s; 1980s; Austria; Galicia; grandparents; great-grandparents; immigration; Israel; migration; Reform Judaism; Reform rabbi; Russia; Soviet Union; United States; Vienna; West Jerusalem

1:25 - Jewishness and Yiddish in Zohar's Childhood Home

Keywords: bilingualism; childhood; childhood home; documentary filmmaker; English language; family; Hebrew language; heritage; Israel; Jerusalem; loss; rabbi; Reform Judaism; roots; siblings; Yiddish language; Yiddish speaker

4:04 - Zohar's First Significant Encounter with Yiddish at Hebrew University

Keywords: Berlin; Eastern Europe; German language; German writing; Germany; Hanan Bordin; Hebrew language; Hebrew literature; Hebrew poetry; Hebrew University; Hebrew writers; Hebrew writing; Israel; Jerusalem; Jewish culture; Jewish history; women's poetry; Yiddish humor; Yiddish language; Yiddish learning; Yiddish poetry

7:48 - Zohar's Relationship with the Academic Field of Yiddish Studies

Keywords: academia; mentors; Polish language; queer studies; Yiddish academics; Yiddish language; Yiddish learning; Yiddish scholars; Yiddish studies; Yitskhok Niborski

9:29 - Zohar Describes Radical Lesbian Poet and Scholar Irena Klepfisz

Keywords: bilingual poetry; bilingualism; English language poet; Irena Klepfisz; Jewish lesbian poetry; lesbian poet; lesbian poetics; lesbian politics; poetry; radical lesbian; scholar; Warsaw, Poland; Yiddish language poet; Yiddish lesbian poetry; Yiddish women's poetry

11:29 - The Intersection Between Queer Studies and Yiddish Studies

Keywords: academia; doctorate; interdisciplinary studies; intersectionality; Jewish lesbian poetry; Ph.D.; PhD; queer studies; scholar; women's poetry; Yiddish language; Yiddish lesbian poetry; Yiddish studies; Yiddish women's poetry; Yiddish writing

13:52 - The Heteronormative Transmission of Yiddish

Keywords: cultural survival; cultural transmission; heritage; heteronormativity; intermarriage; linguistic survival; linguistic transmission; mame-loshn; mother tongue; roots; Yiddish culture; Yiddish future; Yiddish language; Yiddish transmission; Zionism; Zionist militarism

16:46 - Zohar Talks About Marginalization in the Yiddish World

Keywords: academia; Arabic language; diversity; English language; feminism; Haifa; Hebrew language; Irena Klepfisz; Israel; marginalization; multilingualism; Palestine; poetry; professor; queer studies; queer Yiddish; translation; University of Haifa; Yiddish academics; Yiddish language; Yiddish scholars; Yiddish speakers; Yiddish studies

21:58 - The Intersections Between Zohar's Personal Life and Their Academic Work 24:50 - The Influence of Zohar's Work on Their Sense of Identity

Keywords: academia; academic work; Bundist concept of hereness; doikayt; heritage; history; identity; Israel; Jewish history; poetry; politics; queer studies; queer Yiddish; radical history; roots; social justice; Yiddish studies

27:11 - Zohar Discusses Recent Developments in the World of Yiddish Studies

Keywords: academia; accessibility; American Jewish studies; digitization; Israel; Jewish studies; scholarship; Yiddish culture; Yiddish language; Yiddish scholar; Yiddish sexology; Yiddish studies

30:33 - Zohar's Advice to Future Yiddish Scholars