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My Parents Might Not Be Admitted into Canada Today: Partisans As Irregular Combatants
Can You Be a Yiddishist Without Teaching Your Kids Yiddish?
“What Culture War?": Yiddish and Hebrew As Part of the Same Modernization Project
'Really? Show Me!': Rising to the Challenge of Yiddish Translation
Reconnecting Kaczerginski and Botwinik through A Reel-to-Reel Tape from Montréal
We Spent the End of World War Two Hidden Among the Books in Vilna
“The Masters”: Prof. Ken Moss Shares His Yiddish Role Models
Storm Off the Waters of Crete
By Avrom Sutzkever, translated by Maia Evrona
"Start With the Greats": A Beginner's Guide to Yiddish Poetry
Ver Vet Blaybn? Heads to San Diego International Jewish Film Festival
The Yiddish Book Center's documentary Ver Vet Blaybn? (Who Will Remain?) at the San Diego International Jewish Film Festival
April 2020: Handpicked
Abigail is a 2019–2020 Yiddish Book Center Fellow. After delving into her selections, scroll down to read a short interview with Abigail about her choices.
The Storied History of Yiddish Publishing
The influential publishers and formidable editors who brought Yiddish books to the world
Yiddish in Nature: An Anthology of Newly Translated Work
If I Were in Alabama
By Yoysef Kerler, translated by Maia Evrona. A view of the civil rights movement from the Soviet Union.
Celebrating Yiddish Poetry
Items by and about Yiddish poets and poetry from our collections.
Weekly Reader National Poetry Month
A range of Yiddish poetry
Peretz Markish and His Circle
"I had never set eyes on Markish prior to my arrival in Moscow in 1944." Abraham Sutzkever recalls Russian Jewish poet and playwright Peretz Markish in this excerpt from Justin Cammy's new volume of Sutzkever's non-fiction writings.
Yiddish Learning Learning Yiddish
John Marchese speaks with Yiddish Book Center alumni who are transforming the field of Yiddish studies as teachers, scholars, and cultural activists.
2020: The Year in Review
A look at the Yiddish Book Center's Wexler Oral History Project's 2020 year
Help Us Salvage an Extraordinary Treasure Trove of Unique Sound Recordings and Make Them Accessible to All
Lectures, interviews, concerts, author talks, and conference proceedings spanning the Center’s entire 37-year history.