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Frank London

Frank London, founding member of the Klezmatics and Frank London's All-Star Klezmer Brass Ensemble, was interviewed by Christa Whitney on August 24, 2011 at KlezKanada in the Laurentian Mountains of Canada. Frank's interview begins with an interest...

2011-08-24

Part of Yiddish Book Center's Wexler Oral History Project

Bartlomiej Janiczak

Bartlomiej Janiczak, polyglot, translator, and Yiddish enthusiast, was interviewed by Nina Pick on August 1st, 2019 in Weimar, Germany.

2019-08-01

Part of Yiddish Book Center's Wexler Oral History Project

Svetlana Kundish

2019-08-01

Part of Yiddish Book Center's Wexler Oral History Project

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November 2022: Handpicked

Margaret Selinger is the education programs assistant at the Yiddish Book Center. After delving into her selections, scroll down to read a short interview with Margaret about her choices.

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Voices from the Vault: Yiddish Writers Speak Again

Unlocking a treasure trove of recordings of Yiddish writers

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Weekly Reader National Poetry Month

A range of Yiddish poetry

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Help us preserve and protect the countless Ukrainian Yiddish titles in our keeping

Help us safeguard the Jewish heritage that flourished in Ukraine for a thousand years, and to do all we can to make sure it’s neither obliterated nor forgotten.

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Help us Finish Our Transformational Yiddish Textbook

Help us complete our new Yiddish textbook with the creation of Hesofe: an Online Supplement that will make audio and video selections and interactive exercises an essential part of every lesson.

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2018 Pakn Treger Translation Issue

A collection of newly translated Yiddish works centered around travel, movement, and migration

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The Brothers Ashkenazi: Reading Resources

The first selection for the 2018 Great Jewish Books Book Club

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Four Theses on Translating Yiddish Literature in the 21st Century

Four Theses on Translating Yiddish Literature in the 21st Century

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Muserverk volumes on the shelf

Musṭerṿerḳ fun der yidisher liṭeraṭur

A full list of the Musṭerṿerḳ fun der yidisher liṭeraṭur

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Weekly Reader Yiddish Coney Island

Diving beneath the surface of this favorite summer getaway

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Carol and Earle Halsband

Delving into the “soul and heart” of Yiddish

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Hand holds a quill dipping it in yellow ink against a blue background, text says Cribside and Other Stories

Cribside and Other Stories, Fourteen Newly Translated Yiddish Works That Center Women’s Voices

The 2022 Pakn Treger Digital Translation Issue, Cribside and Other Stories, features fourteen newly translated poems, short stories, & memoirs, all highlighting the complexities of women’s experiences.

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A selection of Musterverk spines

Musterverk fun der yidisher literatur (Masterworks of Yiddish Literature) Now Accessible

The 100-volume has been digitized and added to the Steven Spielberg Digital Yiddish Library

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Jewish Neighborhoods: Montreal

Stories of Jewish life in Montreal, from Our Wexler Oral History Project Collection

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Celebrating Yiddish Poetry

Items by and about Yiddish poets and poetry from our collections.

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Show of hands: "Who is not a native Yiddish speaker?"

Mobilization: Reporter John Marchese listens in as 96 people lay plans for the future of Yiddish translation

In facing those vast shelves of untranslated works, many questions arise. With the last of the native speakers dwindling in number, who will take on the task of translating those works? How can consensus be reached on important books that deserve...

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Kaganovski: Two Sketches

Two sketches by Yiddish novelist and prose writer Froyim Kaganovski, one of interwar Poland’s most prominent writers.

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