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Thumbnail image for Magical Thinking: Isaac Bashevis Singer’s novel, <em>The Magician of Lublin</em> 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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  • A 1927 anthology gave Yiddish women poets their due.
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Thumbnail image for Considering Yiddish Theater: Past, Present, Future
  • A conversation with Joel Berkowitz, America's foremost historian and observer of Yiddish theater
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  • Irving Joseph Massey, son of Yiddish poet Ida Maze, was interviewed by Christa Whitney on November 13, 2013 in Buffalo, New York. This interview is conducted in both Yiddish and English.
Part of Yiddish Book Center's Wexler Oral History Project
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  • Rare archive film, memories of the Bronx, and a soaring poetic tribute to Bertha Kling. [Posted May 8, 2020]
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  • Tentative schedule and sample reading list
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  • Meet this year's fellows
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  • Materials to help you prepare for and complete your visit to the Yiddish Book Center
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  • How changing Jewish gender roles and sexual mores in the modern era were reflected in the literature
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  • With your support, we’ll help teachers at schools around the world introduce Yiddish and modern Jewish literature into their curricula.
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