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  • 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.
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  • The first selection for the 2019 Great Jewish Books Book Club
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  • Lectures, interviews, concerts, author talks, and conference proceedings spanning the Center’s entire 37-year history.
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  • John Marchese speaks with Yiddish Book Center alumni who are transforming the field of Yiddish studies as teachers, scholars, and cultural activists.
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  • Debra Caplan offers a personal portrait of a pioneer of Yiddish literary studies.
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  • Materials to help you prepare for and complete your visit to the Yiddish Book Center
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  • PETER NORTON SYMPHONY SPACE'S LEONARD NIMOY THALIA / NEW YORK CITY. Join us for a night of Yiddish poetry set to music. New date TBD.
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  • by Mordecai Kosover, translated by Ruth Solomon
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  • An Abraham Karpinowitz story translated by Helen Mintz, as part of her new collection, Vilna My Vilna. Karpinowitz recreates prewar Vilna with subtle artistry and painstaking accuracy: streets, businesses, libraries, people, slang.
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  • By Yoysef Kerler, translated by Maia Evrona. A view of the civil rights movement from the Soviet Union.
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