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Yiddish in the Contemporary World: Paper of the first Mendel Friedman International Conference on Yiddish.
by Estraikh, Gennady and Krutikov, Mikhail, edited by.

Publisher Information:
Legenda, European Humanities Research Centre, University of Oxford Oxford 1999

Octavo, paper covers, x, 154 pp., index

Articles are "Between Town and Gown: The Institutionalization of Yiddish at Israeli Universities," Avraham Novershtern, "Yiddish Studies and the Jewish Search for a Usable Past," David G. Roskies, "Defining the Yiddish Canon: Meditations on the Teaching of Yiddish Literature," Dafna Clifford, "Yiddish Studies in Germany Today," Marion Aptroot, "Is There a Place for Yiddish in Poland's Jewish Revival?" Monika Adamczyk-Garbowska, "Soviet Yiddish Literature of the 1960s-80s and its Russian Translations," Mikhail Krutikov, "The Post-1945 Klezmer Revival," Walter Salmen, "Has the 'Golden Chain' Ended? Problems of Continuity in Yiddish Writing," Gennady Estraikh, "Yiddish in the Former Soviet Union since 1989: A Statistical-Demographic," Mark Tolts.


Language: English Language
Binding: Softbound
Condition: Fine
Book Id: 20311

Price: $12.00

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