[Mendele] Mendele Personal Notices and Announcements--Annual All-Yiddish Program in Memory of Dr. Mordkhe and Charne Schaechter z”l , Sunday, July 12, 2015, 1:00 P.M. at YIVO
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From: Sheva Zucker <sczucker at aol.com>
Date: July 7, 2015
We invite all to the Annual All-Yiddish Program in Memory of Dr. Mordkhe
and Charne Schaechter z”l which will take place this Sunday, July 12, 2015,
1:00 P.M. at the YIVO Institute for Jewish Research, 15 West 16th St.,
Manhattan. The event is co-sponsored by the League for Yiddish and YIVO.
The main speaker will be Dr. Kenneth (Binyomen) Moss, Posen Associate
Professor of Modern Jewish History, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore,
author of Jewish Renaissance in the Russian Revolution. He will speak on
“Nationalism, the State and the New Antisemitism in Zionist, Diasporist and
Territorialist Thought, 1929-1939.”
Itzik Gottesman, noted folklorist and currently senior lecturer of Yiddish
at the University of Texas at Austin, will speak on “My Uncle Mordkhe.” The
musical program will feature singer/songwriter Zhenya Lopatnik from
Kharkov, Ukraine. Her songs can be heard at klezmer events all over the
world. Light refreshments will be served. The event is free and open to the
public. Please reserve: https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2/url?u=http-3A__yivo.org_events_index.php-3Ftid-3D205-26aid-3D1394&d=AwIFaQ&c=-dg2m7zWuuDZ0MUcV7Sdqw&r=hgSCSvtHqNOp40iT6T4uKyOHqvQreUPfVso-KO1Kgto&m=h_FkjTOE1zSK1sQ3AkUxuM5i-ud71bMvJHB3bE1V5fs&s=HXLbxQHpcAWMgkWhnxvBLxFmIZrSYuKs8E7w9oQBUhI&e=
Mir farbetn alemen af der yerlekher program lezeykher D”r Mordkhe un
Tsharne Shekhter, z”l vos vet forkumen dem zuntik, dem 12tn Yuli, 2015, 1 a
zeyger n”m in Yidishn visnshaftlekhn institut – YIVO, 15 Vest 16te gas,
Manhetn. Di program vert durkhgefirt fun der Yidish-Lige in eynem mit dem
Der hopytredner vet zayn Dr. Binyomen Moss, Pozen-Profesor fun der
modernen yidisher geshikhte, Dzhanz Hopkins-Universitet. Zayn teme: “Fun
vanen nemen zikh undzere tsores? Der natsyonalizm, di melukhe un der nayer
antisemitizm in dem tsienistishn, goles-natsyonalistishn un
teritoryalistishn gedank, 1929-1939.” Der bakanter folklorist, zhurnalist
and elterer lektor fun Yidish in Teksaser Universitet in Ostin vet redn af
der teme, “Der feter Mordkhe.” Di zingern un lider-shraybern Zhenya
Lopatnik fun Kharkev, Ukraine vos iz itst tsu gast in Amerike vet zingen.
Kibed vet servirt vern. Arayntret fray. Zayt azoy gut un rezervirt:
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