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  • Harriet Murav, translator of Yiddish literature, shares her thoughts on the author David Bergelson, his passion for Yiddish literature, and his plans for helping to revive it after World War I.
Part of Yiddish Book Center's Wexler Oral History Project Excerpts
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  • With your support, we will create our own Yiddish Book Center publishing house dedicated specifically to Yiddish literature in translation.
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  • Read new translations of Yiddish literature, learn about the Yiddish Book Center's translation initiative, and White Goat Press.
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  • Aaron Lansky updates us on scanning Yiddish literature, learning Yiddish, oral history internship opportunities, and more.
Part of The Shmooze Podcast Series
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  • The Yiddish Book Center offers a range of programs and resources for current and prospective teachers of Yiddish and Jewish literature.
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  • Shop the Yiddish Book Center Museum Store for curated Jewish literature and Yiddish-related gifts.
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  • An exploration of modern Yiddish literature, drawing on the Center’s collection of more than one million Yiddish books
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  • Sean Sidky, 2011 Steiner Summer Program student, explains his love of the Yiddish language, particularly the literature of David Bergelson.
Part of Yiddish Book Center's Wexler Oral History Project Excerpts
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  • Paul Buhle, author and social historian, describes aspects of Yiddish literature that fascinate him, such as its search for political progress.
Part of Yiddish Book Center's Wexler Oral History Project Excerpts
Thumbnail image for <em>Bontshe Shvayg </em> in Lethbridge: Teaching Yiddish Literature in the Canadian Bible Belt
  • I teach Jewish literature to non-Jews. That statement may not seem very remarkable; after all, I also teach Victorian literature to non-Victorians and nineteenth-century literature to students born in the late twentieth century.
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