[Mendele] Mendele Personal Notices and Announcements--Two Yiddish Seminars in New York: April 5 and April 22

Victor Bers victor.bers at yale.edu
Wed Apr 4 07:48:07 EDT 2018

Mendele Personal Notices and Announcements
Date: April 4, 2018

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From: Leagueforyiddish.org
Date: April 3, 2018

English follows Yiddish

Der tsveyter “A Tog Yidish”-Seminar, “Di vilner yidishe kultur-oytsres un
zeyer dramatishe hatsole beys un nokh der tsveyter velt-milkhome,” ongefirt
fun D”r Dovid- Elye Fishman vet forkumen Zuntik, dem 22stn April 9 a zeyger
in der fri biz halb zibn in ovnt in shtot Nyu-York. Der (in gantsn af
Yidish) tog vet zikh endikn mit a muzikalisher program fun vilner lider
prezentirt fun Miryem-Khaye Segol. Di program vert durkhgefirt fun der
Skhar-limed: $70. Mitglider fun der Yidish-Lige – $45. Studentn – $30.
Registrir-termin: Donershtik, dem 5tn April 2018.
Kedey zikh tsu registrirn: Farbint zikh mit der Yidish-Lige:
info at leagueforyiddish.org
Af informatsye: leagueforyiddish.org

Dovid-Elye Fishman iz profesor fun yidisher geshikhte in yidishn teologishn
seminar in Nyu-York. Zayn nay bikhl, “The Book Smugglers: Poets, Partisans,
and the Race to Save Jewish Treasures from the Nazis,” hot gevunen di
natsyonale yidishe bikher-premyu far a verk vegn der khurbn-tematik. Akhuts
zayne English-shprakhike verk vegn der geshikhte un kultur fun di Yidn in
Mizrekh-Eyrope, hot er aroysgegebn a tsol bikher af Yidish: fir bend fun
der nayer serye YIVO-Bleter un a band Yidish-shprakhike Droshes un Ksovim
fun Horav Yoysef Dov Haleyvi Soloveytshik.

The second “A Tog Yidish”-Seminar, “Treasures of Vilna and Their Dramatic
Rescue During and After WWII,” led by Dr. David Fishman will take place
on Sunday, April 22 9 A.M. to 6:30 P.M. in New York City. The all-Yiddish
day will conclude with a musical program of Songs of Vilna with
Miryem-Khaye Seigel. The program is sponsored by the League for Yiddish.
Tuition: $70. Members of the League for Yiddish – $45. Students – $30.
Registration deadline: Thursday, April 5, 2018.
To register: Contact info at leagueforyiddish.org

For more information: Leagueforyiddish.org

David E. Fishman is professor of Jewish history at the Jewish Theological
Seminary of New York. His new book The Book Smugglers: Poets, Partisans,
and the race to Save Jewish Treasures from the Nazis won the National
Jewish Book Award in 2017 for a work on the Holocaust. In addition to his
books in English on the history and culture of the Jews in Eastern Europe
such as The Rise of Modern Yiddish Culture, (2005), he has published a
number of books in Yiddish: four volumes of theYIVO-Bleter (new series) and
Yiddish Drashos and Writings of Rabbi Joseph B Soloveitchik.

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