Yiddish

The only pharaoh in the room.

Thaïs Miller
June 25 2024 12:01AM

Trinkt l’khayim!

Lior Zaltzman
March 5 2024 12:01AM

Abraham Cahan was one of America’s first great Jewish newspapermen, and set an example of independent thinking that the nation could sorely use today.

Feb. 5 2024 12:01AM

And how Hebrew and Yiddish translations shaped it.

Naomi Seidman
Nov. 13 2023 12:01AM

Intrigues, tsuris, and Albanian gangsters.

Emil Stern
Oct. 17 2023 12:01AM

Purim in Yungvarg, 1948.

Rokhl Kafrissen
March 3 2023 12:01AM

Richard Belzer, proud Jew.

Eddie Portnoy
March 2 2023 12:01AM

The dean of Yiddish versus Hitler’s professors.

David Roskies
Jan. 30 2023 12:01AM

An exhibit includes a 16th-century Yiddish version of a Latin anatomy textbook.

Barbara Kirshenblatt-Gimblett
Dec. 27 2022 12:01AM

Bas Sheve.

P.J. Grisar
Aug. 31 2022 12:01AM

Smuggled political literature from Jewish New Yorkers helped.

Julia Métraux
June 1 2022 12:01AM

The story of Dos vort and Di tsayt.

Rachel Rojanski
May 5 2022 12:01AM

David Hofshteyn was executed by Stalin. His poetry now serves as a rallying cry for Ukrainians.

April 29 2022 12:01AM

“An earthquake in biblical scholarship” is how the discovery has been described. That’s true, as are the connections it reveals between ancient languages and modern ones.

April 6 2022 12:01AM