YIVO Institute for Jewish Research

YIVO Institute for Jewish Research

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The Yivo class for Seat at the Table launched today. I can’t find a link to get into the class itself, just information about the class. Can you post something for it, please.
Excited to take YIVO’s free online class “A Seat at the Table: A Journey into Jewish Food,” beginning May 1.
Dear friends, The Paris Yiddish Center – Medem Library has been recently moving all of its activities (seminars, events, exhibitions etc.) to virtual platforms. Many of these activities may interest Yiddish-lovers around the world who are unable to follow us in French. In response to this situation, we are launching an English newsletter. Subscribe here: http://english.yiddish.paris/ Please share this email with friends, colleagues, teachers and students who might be interested in receiving our English newsletter. Best regards, Tal Hever-Chybowski Tal Hever-Chybowski Directeur Maison de la culture yiddish – Bibliothèque Medem 29, rue du Château-d'Eau 75010 Paris Tél. : +33(0)1 47 00 14 00 ; www.yiddishweb.com
Do you have 1-2 techines for challah? I have books on techines in my office, but I don't have access to them right now. My Google search has led me to some techines, but not to any that are specific to challah. Thank you in advance!
Hello, My name is Dina Fradkin, I am a Rutgers Student studying Psychology. I am hoping to collect data regarding beliefs of psychological services amongst a Russian-Jewish population here in the United States. If you, or someone you know, are first generation American born, self-identify as Jewish (with at least one Jewish parent by descent), and have had both parents immigrate from the Soviet Union, please take a few minutes to answer the survey below or share the link.
what is the etymology of fardeiget ?
DO NOT DONATE UNTIL YIVO FIXES THIS #YIVOSHANDA
DO NOT DONATE TO YIVO UNTIL THIS SHANDA IS CLEARED UP. SOMETHING IS ROTTEN ON 16TH STREET. #YIVOShanda We know about your Shanda. It is always better to own up to it, fix it, and move forward. And organization like YIVO can live through this. Hire the librarians back, fire the Director who should not be there since it is not the RIVO, but it is the YIVO Yes, we all know the R stands for Russian. Brent can pretend he is 'saddened' but there is no honesty in the reasons behind the firings. We know that and we are letting other people know that.
The biographical dictionary is: Leksikon fun der nayer yidisher literatur Looking for info on PINKHES GUDMAN (PINCUS GOODMAN) PINKHES GUDMAN (PINCUS GOODMAN) (April 1881-January 1947) - he's my great grandfather Do you have copies of his poetry by chance? Do you have a bio in English? This info is what I have so far: PINKHES GUDMAN (PINCUS GOODMAN) PINKHES GUDMAN (PINCUS GOODMAN) (April 1881-January 1947) He was born in Łowicz, Warsaw region, Poland, into a family of poor tradesmen. He studied in religious primary school and on his own in the synagogue study hall. At age thirteen he lost his father and mother during an epidemic. He became a weaver in Lodz. Early in the twentieth century, he emigrated to the United States, where until his final days he was employed in silk-weaving in Paterson, New Jersey. He published poems in the Forverts (Forward), Dovid Pinski’s Arbayter (Worker), and Fraye arbeter shtime (Free voice of labor)—all in New York. Among his books: Der veber, lider (The weaver, poems) (Paterson, 1922), 38 pp.; In geshpan, lider un gedikhtn (In harness, songs and poems) (New York, 1923), 160 pp., second enlarged edition (New York, 1926), 303 pp.; In geshpan, vol. 2 (New York, 1932), 271 pp.; In geshpan, vol. 3 (Paterson, 1940), 260 pp.; In geshpan, vol. 4 (New York, 1945), 262 pp.; In geshpan, vol. 5 (Paterson, 1951), 240 pp. Sources: Zalmen Reyzen, Leksikon, vol. 1; P. Vyernik, in Morgn zhurnal (New York) (April 17, 1932); Sh. Slutski, Avrom reyzen biblyografye (Avrom Reyzen bibliography) (New York), nos. 4752, 5244; Kh. L. Fuks, in Fun noentn over, vol. 3 (New York, 1957), p. 270. Any new information would be appreciated. I Wish i had information on his first wife Rebecca (Beckie not Becky Diamond)
YIVO has some serious explaining to do to the scholarly community and all researchers of your collections. If this story is true, please justify your actions. I am head of the music library at Princeton University. YIVO has one of the great collections of Yiddish music. You cannot manage and direct usage of this collection without expert librarians. I myself am not Jewish, but I did pick up some Yiddish while working at Brandeis University as the Creative Arts Librarian: Schande.

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The YIVO Institute for Jewish Research was founded by scholars and intellectuals in Vilna, Poland, in 1925 to document and study Jewish life in all its aspects: language, history, religion, folkways, and material culture. YIVO had a special focus on the Jews of Eastern Europe, but collected books, manuscripts and other artifacts from Jewish communities around the world. It grew to be a beloved communal institution with active members from Buenos Aires to Shanghai. World War II and the Holocaust forced YIVO’s relocation to New York in 1940. Its collections in Vilna were looted by the Nazis. Jews were forced to sort through YIVO's materials and many risked their lives to smuggle some of the rare treasures to hiding places in the Vilna Ghetto. With the help of the U.S. Army, YIVO was able to recover some of the materials that the Nazis seized and begin its work anew in America. After the war, some of the materials hidden in the ghetto were recovered, but needed to be rescued once again, this time from the Soviets. A courageous Lithuanian librarian, Antanas Ulpis, kept them hidden for over 40 years. Rediscovered in 1988, these materials are now held in the Lithuanian Central State Archives and Martynas Mažvydas National Library of Lithuania. Today, YIVO’s collections are the primary source of the documentary history of East European Jewry and the surviving record of millions of lives of Jewish victims of the Holocaust. YIVO brings treasures from its library and archives to broad audiences via a rich array of programs, including lectures, concerts, and exhibitions; adult education and Yiddish-language programs and courses; books and scholarly publications; and fellowships for scholars. In 2015, YIVO launched The Edward Blank YIVO Vilna Collections Project, a $5.6 million, 7-year landmark digital initiative to reunites YIVO’s divided prewar library and archival collections and remants of the famed Strashun Library through a dedicated web portal. It is a partnership between the YIVO Institute for Jewish Research, the Lithuanian Central State Archives, and the Martynas Mažvydas National Library of Lithuania.

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Share A Family Recipe

Food holds and transmits a culture’s stories, traditions, memories, and wisdom. What are some family recipes that have a special meaning for you?

yivo.org Share a piece of your family history by sharing a family recipe with YIVO.

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200,000 (Sholem Aleichem - part 4 of 4) : The Max and Frieda Weinstein Archive of YIVO Sound Recordings : Free Download, Borrow, and Streaming : Internet Archive

Treasures from Polish-Yiddish Radio

Fragment from Sholem Aleichem's comedy 200,000 (Part 4 of 4), performed by actors from the Jewish State Theater, Warsaw. Recording from Polish radio circa 1950s, probably for export and most likely never aired in Poland. Audio tape recording from YIVO RG 118, Yiddish Theater Collection.

Portrait: Ester-Rokhl Kaminska, mother of Yiddish theater.

Treasures from Polish-Yiddish Radio. 8. Fragment from Sholem Aleichem's comedy 200,000 (Part 4 of 4), performed by actors from the Jewish State Theater,...

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Album of Yiddish songs is nominated for a Pulitzer ‬‬

Congratulations Alex! We couldn’t be more proud.

forward.com Alex Weiser’s “And all the days were purple’’ includes poems by Abraham Sutzkever, Rokhl Korn and Anna Margolin.‬

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‘A Seat at the Table’: Jewish Chefs, Writers Share Recipes, Stories, History of Ashkenazi Cooking

"The lectures use food as a way to teach history...exploring how borders and concepts of national identity change..." https://bit.ly/nbc-asatt

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Discussion with Kadimah Jewish Cultural Centre and National Library in Melbourne, Australia

Shelly Freeman (YIVO's Chief of Staff) speaks with President Renata Singer and Vice President Joe Tigel of the Kadimah Jewish Cultural Centre and National Library in Melbourne, Australia

Explore Kadima’s work here: https://www.kadimah.org.au/jewish-arts-quarter/

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YIVO Institute works to document COVID-19's effect on Jewish life

"Today, as the COVID-19 pandemic affects the world in unprecedented ways, we are launching a new archival initiative to ensure that everyone’s stories and experiences during these difficult times can be saved for future generations."

jpost.com The initiative, launched earlier this month, focuses on collecting first-hand accounts of how the coronavirus has affected Jewish life.

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Maximize Your Impact

Thank you to everyone who donated on #GivingTuesdayNow. Your support is deeply appreciated.

For anyone who still wants to give, there's still time to give and have your gift go even further. Thanks to the generosity of our Board of Directors, we have a matching gift challenge running through Sunday, May 31.

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Pulitzer Prize: 2020 Winners List

Congratulations to all of the winners and finalists! In particular, congratulations to our very own Alex Weiser for being a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize in Music for his album, and all the days were purple.

nytimes.com From reporting on sexual violence in Alaska to Boeing’s missteps after the 737 Max crashes, here is the full list of winners and finalists.

Stefanie Halpern (Director of the YIVO Archives) Discusses YIVO’s Jewish Life During the Pandemic Collecting

Stefanie Halpern (Director of the YIVO Archives) discusses YIVO’s new archival initiative, "Share Your Story," to collect stories of Jewish life during the Pandemic.

Share your story at: https://yivo.org/Share-Your-Story

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#GivingTuesdayNow

#GivingTuesdayNow is not over yet!

There's still time to support YIVO, and remember, if you give today, your gift will go even further, thanks to a matching grant from our

yivo.org Now is the time for all of us to come together to support one another.

Stefanie Halpern (Director of the YIVO Archives) and Hallel Yadin (Archives Associate) discuss the YIvo Archives

Stefanie Halpern (Director of the YIVO Archives) and Hallel Yadin (Archives Associate) discuss the YIVO Archives

Check back throughout the day to hear from YIVO staff about what is happening at YIVO and please support us this #GivingTuesdayNow!

Donate at: https://yivo.org/GivingTuesdayNow

Thanks to the generosity of our Board of Directors, your gift will have even more impact as part of our matching grant challenge!

Karolina Ziulkoski (Chief Curator, Online Museum) and Olivia Reid (Research and Project Specialist) discuss YIVO's upcoming online museum.

Karolina Ziulkoski (Chief Curator, Online Museum) and Olivia Reid (Research and Project Specialist) discuss YIVO's upcoming online museum.

Check back throughout the day to hear from YIVO staff about what is happening at YIVO and please support us this #GivingTuesdayNow!

Donate at: https://yivo.org/GivingTuesdayNow

Thanks to the generosity of our Board of Directors, your gift will have even more impact as part of our matching grant challenge!

Alex Weiser (Director of Public Programs) and Eddy Portnoy (Academic Advisor & Exhibitions Curator) discuss what they are working on

Alex Weiser (Director of Public Programs) and Eddy Portnoy (Academic Advisor & Exhibitions Curator) discuss what they are working on.

Check back throughout the day to hear from YIVO staff about what is happening at YIVO and please support us this #GivingTuesdayNow!

Donate at: https://yivo.org/GivingTuesdayNow

Thanks to the generosity of our Board of Directors, your gift will have even more impact as part of our matching grant challenge!

Ben Kaplan (Director of Education) discussing YIVO's educational programming

Ben Kaplan joins us to discuss the education programs he is working on.

Check back throughout the day to hear from YIVO staff about what is happening at YIVO and please support us this #GivingTuesdayNow!

Donate at: https://yivo.org/GivingTuesdayNow

Thanks to the generosity of our Board of Directors, your gift will have even more impact as part of our matching grant challenge!

YIVO Executive Director Jonathan Brent Kicks Off #GivingTuesdayNow

YIVO Executive Director Jonathan Brent Kicks Off #GivingTuesdayNow

Check back throughout the day to hear from YIVO staff about what is happening at YIVO and please support us this #GivingTuesdayNow!

Donate at: https://yivo.org/GivingTuesdayNow

Thanks to the generosity of our Board of Directors, your gift will have even more impact as part of our matching grant challenge!

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#GivingTuesdayNow

Today is #GivingTuesday! Join us throughout the day to hear about what's happening to YIVO and remember, if you give today, your gift will go even further, thanks to a matching grant from our board.

yivo.org Maximize your gift by donating today!

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#ColorOurCollections 2020

ICYMI - Earlier this year, YIVO created a coloring book from our collections as part of #colorourcollections. Find the coloring book here and send us your creations so we can share them!

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Ben Kaplan (Director of Education) and Joan Nathan talk about YIVO's newest online course, A Seat at the Table: A Journey into Jewish Food.

Ben Kaplan (Director of Education) and Joan Nathan talk about YIVO's newest online course, A Seat at the Table: A Journey into Jewish Food, which launched Friday, May 1.

Learn more about the class and register at: yivo.org/food

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#GivingTuesdayNow

Every year, on the Tuesday after Thanksgiving, the world comes together for Giving Tuesday, to spread generosity and give back to the people, organizations, and charities you believe in. Together, we are facing a new challenge and it is time, once again, to come together to support and comfort our community.

Join us tomorrow, Tuesday May 5 for #GivingTuesdayNow.

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Here's this week's schedule. We hope you'll join us!

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The Latest Updates from YIVO

Find the latest videos and news from YIVO.

yivo.org Check back regularly.

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YIVO’s 2020 Summer Program to Take Place Online

Conducted via Zoom from June 29-August 7, YIVO’s 2020 Summer Program will provide the same peerless instruction in Yiddish language and culture it has provided for over 50 years. The program will run in full, with a number of innovations and additions to meet the needs of the virtual classroom. Teaching from New York, Montreal, and Israel, our world-class faculty will join students across the globe as an international community in our own digital Yiddishland.

yivo.org Application Deadline Moved to May 29

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Zuni and Yosl’s Lost-and-Found Adventure

"I had no idea what strange surprises Yiddish might reveal when I fell into an odd project as a grad student in the Yiddish program at Columbia about 25 years ago."

tabletmag.com A wonderful Yiddish artifact comes barreling back into view

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2020-2021 Max Weinreich Center Research Fellows

Congratulations to the recipients of YIVO's 2020-2021 faculty and graduate student fellowships!

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Registration Tutorial for A Seat at the Table: A Journey into Jewish Food

Here's a quick video demo walking you through the registration process and how to access the course.

[05/01/20]   The journey into Jewish food has begun and here's another controversial question for you.

Gefilte fish: sweet or peppery?

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‘A Seat at the Table’: Jewish Chefs, Writers Share Recipes, Stories, History of Ashkenazi Cooking

"Two years in the making, the course provides a history of Ashkenazi food, or the cuisine of Eastern Europe, looking at it from its origin in religion and texts to its spread through diasporas around the world."

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The Violin Channel

Julian Schwarz and Marika Bournaki are performing Stutschewsky's "Legend" which they originally learned for our Stutschewsky portrait concert at YIVO. Take a listen!

VC LIVING ROOM LIVE | We’re coming to you live from Winchester, Virginia this afternoon for a living room livestream with cellist Julian Schwarz and pianist Marika Bournaki | Today’s program featuring: Stutschewsky’s ‘Legend’, Julian’s special new cello arrangements of Korngold’s ‘Much Ado About Nothing’ and Brahms’ ‘Scherzo’ from the ‘FAE Sonata’ - and Schubert’s ‘Du bist die Ruh’

The Violin Channel is committed to reminding people that live art will still exist even in these uncertain times | If you are enjoying this performance and you would like to support Julian and Marika’s preferred charity, The COVID-19 Solidarity Fund, you can donate now at: https://covid19responsefund.org/

Today’s performance is dedicated to the life of cellist Lynn Harrell - with whom Julian studied

#COVID19 #DontStopTheMusic #LivingRoomLivestream #OneCommunity

A Seat at the Table: A Journey into Jewish Food Launches Today!

Ben Kaplan (YIVO Director of Education) discusses our new online class "A Seat at the Table: A Journey into Jewish Food" which launches today and is now available to take at your own pace.

Sign up now at: https://yivo.org/food

Watch this video if you're having trouble registering: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=slbP6eAieCA

Be a part of the story by taking the class, commenting in our discussion boards, and sharing your own family recipes here: http://yivo.convio.net/site/Survey?ACTION_REQUIRED=URI_ACTION_USER_REQUESTS&SURVEY_ID=4063

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A Seat at the Table: A Journey into Jewish Food | REGISTER NOW

Your journey into Jewish food begins today. Unit 1 is now live!

yivo.org Delve into the heart of Jewish food with our newest online course, featuring hundreds of never-before-seen archival objects, lectures by leading scholars, and video demonstrations of your favorite Jewish recipes by renowned chefs.

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The Yiddishists: Folklorist Ruth Rubin

ICYMI: The UK-based Jewish Renaissance column The Yiddishists is written by YIVO staff members and delves into the treasures of the YIVO Archives.

Here's an article looking at folklorist Ruth Rubin.

yivo.org See the fourth article in the Jewish Renaissance column The Yiddishists, delving into the YIVO Archives.

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Łódź Ghetto

The Lodz Ghetto was sealed #onthisday in 1940. The second largest ghetto in the German-occupied areas, there were over 164,000 people inside.

yivoencyclopedia.org Photo: Jews moving their belongings through the streets into the Lodz Ghetto. #fromtheyivoarchives

Where is Our Homeland? Songs from Testimonies in the Fortunoff Video Archive

Join us as we premiere the recording of our Monday evening program here on Facebook!

Where is Our Homeland? Songs from Testimonies in the Fortunoff Video Archive [Live on Zoom, April 27, 2020]

In 2018, the Fortunoff Video Archive for Holocaust Testimonies at Yale University, along with musician-in-residence D. Zisl Slepovitch, began production of an album of songs transcribed from testimonies in the Archive titled Where is Our Homeland? The widely diverse compositions presented on the album form a multidimensional image of the lives of Holocaust survivors and the multiple identities they carried as Jews by faith and roots, and as European citizens. The songs bring to life insights into their experiences both during World War II and in the period preceding the war, all of which are documented in their testimonies. Join us for a live digital discussion with the musicians behind this project including the premiere of new, never-before-heard renditions of songs from the album.

Joshua Camp (accordion)
Dmitry Ishenko (contrabass)
Craig Judelman (violin)
Sasha Lurje (vocals)
D. Zisl Slepovitch (composer, arranger, producer, woodwinds)

Learn more about this project here: https://fortunoff.library.yale.edu/resources/audio/homeland/?fbclid=IwAR2hJRBpzW2QjcJiJeyLXod6M9IpgIRQxPqoIkknXaylshFnWtALAstMbVk

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YIVO Archive to Capture ‘This Strange Moment’

"To date, [YIVO has] received responses from the United States, Lithuania, Argentina, Colombia, Belgium, Canada and other countries, from people in their 20s to 80s, and continue to get new responses daily."

jewishweek.timesofisrael.com From Midtown to the Mideast - We Cover Your World

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Ashkenazi Foodways Explored in Online Course

"A new online course from the YIVO Institute for Jewish Research in Chelsea explores the history of Jewish food through the lens of Ashkenazi traditions."

nytimes.com The YIVO Institute for Jewish Research in Manhattan looks at the history of Jewish food through a seven-week course.

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The YIVO Institute for Jewish Research was founded by scholars and intellectuals in Vilna, Poland, in 1925 to document and study Jewish life in all its aspects: language, history, religion, folkways, and material culture. YIVO had a special focus on the Jews of Eastern Europe, but collected books, manuscripts and other artifacts from Jewish communities around the world. It grew to be a beloved communal institution with active members from Buenos Aires to Shanghai. World War II and the Holocaust forced YIVO’s relocation to New York in 1940. Its collections in Vilna were looted by the Nazis. Jews were forced to sort through YIVO's materials and many risked their lives to smuggle some of the rare treasures to hiding places in the Vilna Ghetto. With the help of the U.S. Army, YIVO was able to recover some of the materials that the Nazis seized and begin its work anew in America. After the war, some of the materials hidden in the ghetto were recovered, but needed to be rescued once again, this time from the Soviets. A courageous Lithuanian librarian, Antanas Ulpis, kept them hidden for over 40 years. Rediscovered in 1988, these materials are now held in the Lithuanian Central State Archives and Martynas Mažvydas National Library of Lithuania. Today, YIVO’s collections are the primary source of the documentary history of East European Jewry and the surviving record of millions of lives of Jewish victims of the Holocaust. YIVO brings treasures from its library and archives to broad audiences via a rich array of programs, including lectures, concerts, and exhibitions; adult education and Yiddish-language programs and courses; books and scholarly publications; and fellowships for scholars. In 2015, YIVO launched The Edward Blank YIVO Vilna Collections Project, a landmark digital initiative to reunites YIVO’s divided prewar library and archival collections and remnants of the famed Strashun Library through a dedicated web portal. In 2017, 170,000 pages of previously unknown documents, lost to history for almost 70 years , were discovered in Vilnius, Lithuania. The project is a partnership between the YIVO Institute for Jewish Research, the Lithuanian Central State Archives, the Martynas Mažvydas National Library of Lithuania, and the Wroblewski Library of the Lithuanian Academy of Sciences, and includes the cataloging, conservation, and digitization of documents and books in both New York and Vilnius.

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Discussion with Kadimah Jewish Cultural Centre and National Library in Melbourne, Australia
Stefanie Halpern (Director of the YIVO Archives) Discusses YIVO’s Jewish Life During the Pandemic Collecting
Stefanie Halpern (Director of the YIVO Archives) and Hallel Yadin (Archives Associate) discuss the YIvo Archives
Karolina Ziulkoski (Chief Curator, Online Museum) and Olivia Reid (Research and Project Specialist) discuss YIVO's upcoming online museum.
Alex Weiser (Director of Public Programs) and Eddy Portnoy (Academic Advisor & Exhibitions Curator) discuss what they are working on
Ben Kaplan (Director of Education) discussing YIVO's educational programming
YIVO Executive Director Jonathan Brent Kicks Off #GivingTuesdayNow
Ben Kaplan (Director of Education) and Joan Nathan talk about YIVO's newest online course, A Seat at the Table: A Journey into Jewish Food.
A Seat at the Table: A Journey into Jewish Food Launches Today!
Where is Our Homeland? Songs from Testimonies in the Fortunoff Video Archive
"Kholemen khaloymes" and other updates from Eléonore Biezunski
Registration Tutorial for A Seat at the Table: A Journey into Jewish Food

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