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A Jewish Studies podcast series featuring the research of Frankel Institute fellows at the University of Michigan.

Frankely Judaic: Explorations in Jewish Studies University of Michigan Frankel Center for Judaic Studies

    • Education

A Jewish Studies podcast series featuring the research of Frankel Institute fellows at the University of Michigan.

    Nick Underwood, "Yiddish Paris after the Holocaust"

    Nick Underwood, "Yiddish Paris after the Holocaust"

    2019-20 Frankel Institute Yiddish Matters
    Fellow, Nick Underwood
    Project Title: Yiddish Paris after the Holocaust

    • 12 min
    Saul Zaritt, "Of Trash and Translation: Rethinking Popular Yiddish Fiction"

    Saul Zaritt, "Of Trash and Translation: Rethinking Popular Yiddish Fiction"

    2019-20 Frankel Institute Yiddish Matters
    Fellow, Saul Zaritt
    Project Title: "Of Trash and Translation: Rethinking Popular Yiddish Fiction"

    • 12 min
    Eli Rosenblatt "Black Phrase, Yiddish Gaze: Translating America in Eastern Europe"

    Eli Rosenblatt "Black Phrase, Yiddish Gaze: Translating America in Eastern Europe"

    2019-20 Frankel Institute Yiddish Matters
    Fellow, Eli Rosenblatt
    Project Title: Black Phrase, Yiddish Gaze: Translating America in Eastern Europe

    • 17 min
    Eve Jochnowitz, "Yiddish Reactions to Modern Food"

    Eve Jochnowitz, "Yiddish Reactions to Modern Food"

    2019-20 Frankel Institute "Yiddish Matters"
    Fellow, Eve Jochnowitz
    Project Title: Yiddish Reactions to Modern Food

    • 8 min
    Monica Colominas Aparicio, "Muslim Understandings of Sephardic Exceptionalism in Christian Iberia"

    Monica Colominas Aparicio, "Muslim Understandings of Sephardic Exceptionalism in Christian Iberia"

    2018-19 Frankel Institute: "Sephardic Identites: Medieval and Early Modern"
    Fellow, Monica Colominas Aparicio
    Project Title: Muslim Understandings of Sephardic Exceptionalism in Christian Iberia

    • 11 min
    Moshe Yagur, “Inter-religious Families in Medieval Egypt"

    Moshe Yagur, “Inter-religious Families in Medieval Egypt"

    2018-19 Frankel Institute Sephardic Identities: Medieval and Early Modern
    Fellow, Moshe Yagur
    Project Title: Inter-religious Families in Medieval Egypt

    • 12 min

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