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Czernowitz at 100 : the first Yiddish language conference in historical perspective / edited by Kalman Weiser and Joshua A. Fogel.

Publication | Not Digitized | Library Call Number: PJ5113 .C94 2010

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    Variant Title
    Czernowitz at one hundred
    Format
    Book
    Published
    Lanham, Md. : Lexington Books, c2010
    Locale
    Ukraine
    Chernivt︠s︡i
    Europe, Eastern
    Contents
    The Czernowitz conference: contexts, ironies, and the verdict of Jewish history / Ezra Mendelson
    A tale of two photographs: Nathan Birnbaum, the election of 1907, and the 1908 Yiddish language conference / Jess Olson
    Peretz's commitment to Yiddish in Czernowitz: a national caprice? / Marie Schumacher-Brunhes
    Mother tongue, Mame-loshn, and Kulturshprakh: the tension between populism and elitism in the language ideology of Noah Prylucki / Kalman Weiser
    Y.L. Peretz and the politics of Yiddish / Marc Caplan
    Reclaiming Czernowitz in Aharon Appelfeld's Flowers of darkness / Philip Hollander
    Dem Oyle regls tokhter: the poetic pilgrimage of Beyle Schaechter-Gottesman / Leye Lipsky
    The painter as ethnographer: Maurycy Minkowski and the European Yiddish intelligentsia before World War I / Zachary M. Baker
    The success of the Czernowitz Yiddish conference: setting the agenda for Yiddish language planning in the twentieth century / Rakhmiel Peltz
    From Czernowitz to Paris: the International Yiddish culture congress of 1937 / Matthew Hoffman
    Yiddishism in Canadian garb / Rebecca Margolis
    The Nathan and Solomon Birnbaum Archives, Toronto / David Birnbaum
    Mates Mieses's defense of the Yiddish language / Mordkhe Schaechter (Joshua A. Fogel, translator).
    Other Authors/Editors
    Weiser, Keith Ian, 1973-
    Fogel, Joshua A., 1950-
    Notes
    Includes bibliographical references and index.
    The Czernowitz conference: contexts, ironies, and the verdict of Jewish history / Ezra Mendelson -- A tale of two photographs: Nathan Birnbaum, the election of 1907, and the 1908 Yiddish language conference / Jess Olson -- Peretz's commitment to Yiddish in Czernowitz: a national caprice? / Marie Schumacher-Brunhes -- Mother tongue, Mame-loshn, and Kulturshprakh: the tension between populism and elitism in the language ideology of Noah Prylucki / Kalman Weiser -- Y.L. Peretz and the politics of Yiddish / Marc Caplan -- Reclaiming Czernowitz in Aharon Appelfeld's Flowers of darkness / Philip Hollander -- Dem Oyle regls tokhter: the poetic pilgrimage of Beyle Schaechter-Gottesman / Leye Lipsky -- The painter as ethnographer: Maurycy Minkowski and the European Yiddish intelligentsia before World War I / Zachary M. Baker -- The success of the Czernowitz Yiddish conference: setting the agenda for Yiddish language planning in the twentieth century / Rakhmiel Peltz -- From Czernowitz to Paris: the International Yiddish culture congress of 1937 / Matthew Hoffman -- Yiddishism in Canadian garb / Rebecca Margolis -- The Nathan and Solomon Birnbaum Archives, Toronto / David Birnbaum -- Mates Mieses's defense of the Yiddish language / Mordkhe Schaechter (Joshua A. Fogel, translator).

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    Language
    English Yiddish
    ISBN
    9780739140697
    0739140698
    9780739140710 (electronic)
    073914071X (electronic)
    Physical Description
    vi, 211 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.

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