Yiddish Literature, Language, Culture

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Maya Balakirsky Katz

  • The Soviet Mickey Mouse: Jews in Soviet Animation

Sarah Bunin Benor

  • Beyond Bagels and Burekas: American Jewish Language and Identity
  • Becoming Frum: How Newcomers Learn the Language and Culture of Orthodox Judaism
  • Cohen, Levi, Yisrael: Jewish Names Around the World
  • Jewish Languages Today: Endangered, Surviving, and Thriving

Debra Caplan

  • The World of Yiddish Theater
  • Make Them Laugh: Molly Picon’s Comedic Legacy
  • Jewish Theater in America Today

Jeffrey Shandler

  • Tchotchkes: American Yiddish Material Culture after World War II

David Shneer

  • When Yiddish Came to North Korea: Yiddish Music Between Fascism and Communism
  • Singing Between Two Worlds: Lin Jaldati and Yiddish Music in Divided Berlin

Anna Shternshis

  • Singing and Laughing Against Fascism: Lost and Found Soviet Yiddish Music of World War II (can also be done as a lecture-concert, together with Psoy Korolenko)
  • When Sonia Met Boris: Jewish Life in the Soviet Union under Stalin (can also be done as a lecture-concert, together with Psoy Korolenko)

Jeffrey Veidlinger

  • Listening and Remembering: Experiences in Oral History
  • Acting Jewish: Yiddish Theater in Stalin’s Russia
  • Marc Chagall and the Artists of the Soviet Yiddish Theater