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Traducción al Yiddish en Canadá: Una prueba de fuego para la continuidad

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La traducción al yiddish en Canadá ha evolucionado en dos direcciones: de los idiomas mundiales al yiddish, y del yiddish a otros idiomas, específicamente inglés y francés. Esta doble función del yiddish como lengua...

Identidades Ambivalentes: Sefardíes en la España Contemporánea

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Identidades ambivalentes: Sefardíes en la España contemporánea Maite Ojeda Mata(Madrid: Sefarad Editores, third edition, January 2018) Pp. 399 paperback ISBN: 978-84-87765-32-2Reviewed by Vanessa Paloma Duncan-Elbaz Maite Ojeda Mata’s monograph confronts the complex history of the alleged...

Judezmo in "Languages in Jewish Communities, Past and Present"

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The interaction in medieval Iberia of Jews, Christians, and, from 711, Muslims, led to the rise of Jewish varieties of medieval Ibero-Romance. Since the largest group of Sephardim, or medieval Iberian Jews, was concentrated...

Los judíos de América Latina. Los signos de las tendencias: Juegos y contrajuegos

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En: Haim Avni, Judit Bokser Liwerant, Sergio DellaPergola et al, Pertenencia y Alteridad. Judíos en/de América latina: cuarenta años de cambios, Madrid-Francfurt, Iberoamericana Verveurt, 2011, pp.115-164. A manera de introducción: los vértices de las miradas Si...

David G. Roskies, “Rabbis, Rebbes and Other Humanists: The Search for a Usable Past...

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David G. Roskies, “Rabbis, Rebbes and Other Humanists: The Search for a Usable Past in Modern Yiddish Literature,” Studies in Contemporary Jewry 12 (1996): 55-77. Read full report in PDF, click here.

Patrimonio textual y humanidades digitales

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Fue un honor exponer sobre una parte de mi investigación musicológica en el congreso organizado por La SEMYR durante el año en que se conmemoran los 800 años de la Universidad de Salamanca, cuyos...

Travels to Yiddishlands: Three Centers of Yiddish Responses to the Holocaust

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In an attempt to classify writing on the Holocaust, the United States Library of Congress first recognized “Holocaust literature” in 1968, even though people wrote of the horrors witnessed during the Second World War well...

Jews in Turkey

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In the fourteenth century, when the * Ottoman state was in its early formative stages, Jews were already settled in Anatolia and the *Balkans, where they had lived for many centuries. Most of them were...

In Search of a Soviet Yiddishland: The Poetics of Absence in Shmuel Gordon ’s...

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Soviet Yiddish Literature After Stalin In Soviet Yiddish literature, which resumed its legalised existence in the late 1950s and continued into the 1990s, the post-Stalinist period has often been dismissed by critics of the Soviet...