Event Archive

“The Yiddish Sentence: Social Meaning Reflected in Grammatical Variation”

A lecture given by Isaac Bleaman (University of California-Berkeley) as part of the Mayrent Graduate Seminar on “The Yiddish Object”

May 2, 2021

"Reading 'Shpinoza': A Heretic in Yiddish and Hebrew" (March 18, 2021)

Warren Zev Harvey (Hebrew University, Jerusalem)

“Jacob Klatzin:
Spinoza’s Heretical Hebrew Translator”

Daniel Schwartz (George Washington University)

“Should the Excommunication of Spinoza Be Lifted? Hebrew and Yiddish Perspectives, 1927-1956″

Allan Nadler (Drew University, emeritus)

“Jacob Shatsky: Spinoza’s Heretical Yiddish Propagator”

Keren Mock (Sciences Po Paris/University of Paris)

“A Reading of the Last Sentence of the Ethics:
From Spinoza to Scholem”

Annette Aronowicz (Franklin & Marshall College, emerita)

“A Jewish Communist Caught Between Loyalty and Betrayal: Spinoza in the Cold War Context”

Sound Salon with Eléonore Biezunski

“Yerushe: Bringing the Archive to Life”
February 28, 2021

A virtual event hosted by the Mayrent Institute for Yiddish Culture at UW-Madison on February 28, 2020, featuring the talent of musician and sound archivist Eléonore Biezunski