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“Letters,” “To Miriam Ulinover,” and “Letters”

by Rivka Basman Ben-Haim and Miriam Ulinover, translated by Kathryn Hellerstein

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Hinde Zaretsky

Rare archive film, memories of the Bronx, and a soaring poetic tribute to Bertha Kling. [Posted May 8, 2020]

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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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Voices from the Vault: Yiddish Writers Speak Again

Unlocking a treasure trove of recordings of Yiddish writers

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A sepia toned photo of Rokhl Faygenberg

Weekly Reader The Memoirists

February 6, 2022 - What was it like to be a woman writer in Yiddish? There’s no better way to learn about these writers than by reading the works themselves—particularly the memoirs.

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June 2020: Handpicked

Susan Bronson is the Yiddish Book Center's executive director. After delving into her selections, scroll down to read a short interview with Susan about her choices.

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The Golden Peacock: The Voice of the Yiddish Writer

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Open the Gate!

A short poem by Kadia Molodowsky

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August 2022: Handpicked

Sonia Bloom is the 2021–22 Yiddish Education and Translation Initiatives fellow at the Yiddish Book Center. After delving into her selections, scroll down to read a short interview with Sonia about her choices.

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A selection of Musterverk spines

Annotated Guide to the Musterverk Series

An introductory Essay by Rachelle Grossman and a Guide to Works in Our Collections

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Two Poems from Blossom in Ashes

Two poems from Rivka Basman Ben-Haim’s 2020 collection speak to her experiences of the Holocaust. Translated by Zelda Kahan Newman.

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A quiet town street rendered in primary colors and green. W. Kandinsky Murnau Street with Women

Weekly Reader A Cure for the February Blues

February 20, 2022 - If the winter doldrums have got you down, take the opportunity to curl up in a comfy sweater and slippers and read something good. We’ve got a few suggestions.

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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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2018: A Year in Review

A look at the Yiddish Book Center's Wexler Oral History Project 2018 year.

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American Yiddish Poetry: Reading Resources

The third selection for the 2018 Great Jewish Books Book Club

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Letters to the Editor

Readers' memories of Yiddish theater, inspired by the Summer 2014 issue of Pakn Treger

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Miriam Karpilove

Such a Time

A treasure chest of images of immigrant Yiddish writers and performers on the beach, by the lake, reveling in the sort of freedom from convention that made their work possible.

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Magical Thinking: Isaac Bashevis Singer’s novel, The Magician of Lublin with Anita Norich

In this talk, Professor Anita Norich explores the questions posed in Isaac Bashevis Singer's novel The Magician of Lublin about sin, evil, faith, and the choices available to Jews living in the modern world.

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Among Strangers

All his thinking finally led him to a clear decision: he had to leave Golodovke.

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Women and Yiddish, with Anita Norich

Recorded January 13, 2022 - Anita Norich talks about how she and other scholars have been working for decades to bring the work of Yiddish women writers to the forefront.

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