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  1. Germanica n°67/2020

    Yiddish presence and requalification of urban spaces

    Call for papers

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  2. How Slavic is Yiddish? Advances in Yiddish-Slavic Language Contact

    Over the years the component character of Yiddish has gained common recognition and has been extensively described. The Slavic component, however, is yet to be adequately acknowledged. Yiddish-Slavic language contact still calls for thorough research using the most recent methodology in the field of contact linguistics. Our planned publication is meant to fill this gap in the field of Yiddish Studies.

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  3. The Rothschild Foundation Hanadiv Europe welcomes applications for the Autumn 2018 grant round in three of its  grants programmes. Click on the respective image below to read more about each programme.

     

    Archives and Libraries Grants Programme is open for applications

    Jewish  Education Grants Programme is open for applications

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  4. The Frankel Institute for Advanced Judaic Studies at the University of Michigan provides residential fellowships for scholars to conduct research around an annual theme. We are currently accepting applications for the 2019-2020 theme, “Yiddish Matters.”

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  5. CFP: Yiddish and Ladino Cultures: Between the Local and the Transnational STUDIA JUDAICA - Special issue

    Submission deadline: 1 September 2018

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  6. The Rothschild Foundation Hanadiv Europe aims to ensure that Jewish culture and heritage are actively supported, valued and looked after for generations to come.  Our grants assist universities, museums, libraries, archives and Jewish organisations that understand and appreciate that Jewish culture and heritage have a dynamic role to play in contemporary society.  We offer professional development opportunities and support pan-European organisations that are able to offer collaborative and convening networks.

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  7. This is a call for papers for a volume of essays and translated historical documents (mostly memoirs) tentatively entitled Women on the Yiddish Stage co-edited by Alyssa Quint (YIVO) and Amanda (Miryem-Khaye) Seigel (NYPL).

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  8. POLIN Museum’s Global Educational Outreach Program, supported by the Taube Foundation for Jewish Life and Culture, the William K. Bowes, Jr. Foundation and the Association of the Jewish Historical Institute of Poland, is offering up to four doctoral (three months)  and post-doctoral (five months) fellowships in residence at POLIN Museum and the Emanuel Ringelblum Jewish Historical Institute (ŻIH). The fellowship stipend is $6,000 (for three months) and $10 000 (for five months), payable in Polish Zlotys.

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