Yiddish literature

In the late 1960s, appointments in Jewish studies were springing up in tandem with the “adversarial culture.” But we intended to strengthen the universities, not to trash them.

Nov. 29 2018 12:01AM

Of refugees and pigeons.

Celia Dropkin and Shoshana Olidort
Oct. 16 2018 12:01AM

Dovid Bergelson’s Yiddish masterpiece and his untimely death.

Oct. 12 2018 12:01AM

A Rich Brew.

Jeffrey Yoskowitz
Sept. 28 2018 12:01AM

Max Spitzkopf, the Jewish Sherlock Holmes.

David Mazower, Elissa Sperling and Michael Yashinsky
Aug. 31 2018 12:01AM

Yiddish literature’s best-known character.

July 20 2018 12:01AM

A land where “loving fellow Jews has a mystical significance.”

David Stromberg
July 12 2018 12:01AM

Translation, retranslation, and un-translation.

Alisa Solomon
June 29 2018 12:01AM

Young trees covered in snow, . . . charmingly disturbing,

Avraham Sutzkever and Maia Evrona
June 18 2018 12:01AM

My quarrel with Berish Zhichliner.

David Stromberg and Isaac Bashevis Singer
May 3 2018 12:01AM

Can Yiddish literature be delightful?

March 23 2018 12:01AM

The Tree of Life.

Feb. 22 2018 12:01AM