Yiddish Language and Literature Resources

Yiddish Language
Jewish Language Research Website: Yiddish.
Yiddish is the historical language of the Ashkenazi Jews.
Klezmer and Yiddish Music
The KlezmerShack is the online home of 'world music from a Jewish slant.
Forum for Yiddish Language and Literature.
Virtual Shtetl, Yiddish Language and Culture
Shtetl, Yiddish Language and Culture.
Yiddish literature
The history of Yiddish literature in the nineteenth century by Wiener, Leo, 1862-1939.
Harry Leichter's Yiddish Stuff Pag
Welcome to Harry Leichter's Yiddish Stuff Page the home of some great links of the Yiddish Culture.
American Yiddish Poetry (Google eBook)
A Bilingual Anthology.
Yiddish Language
Yiddish is the historic language of Ashkenazic (Central and East European) Jewry, and is the third principal literary language in Jewish history, after classical Hebrew and (Jewish) Aramaic.
Dialects of the Yiddish language
Winter Studies in Yiddish Volume.
The Meaning of Yiddish (Google eBook)
Yiddish, the Language shared for a thousand years by Jews in Europe ...
The Yiddish Voice
A Yiddish-language radio show serving Boston's Yiddish-speaking community. - a Yiddish Internet resource serving the world.
The Tanakh
The Tanakh (The Hebrew Scriptures) In Yiddish
Sheva Zucker Yiddish
Sheva Zucker Yiddish an Introduction to the Language, Literature and Culture a Textbook for Beginners Volume I 1995.
The Society for Preservation of Hebrew Books.
Evidence of Yiddish
What is the Language and Culture Atlas of Ashkenazic Jewry.

Yiddish Linguistics
Works in Yiddish Linguistics, Sociolinguistics, Stylistics, History of Yiddish Studies .
History of Yiddish Language
Reapplying the Language Tree Model to the History of Yiddish.
Yiddish - Yiddish II - Yiddish III - Yiddish IV
Groyser ṿerṭerbukh fun der Yidisher shprakh by Joffe, Judah Achilles, 1873-1966; Mark, Yudel, 1897-1975
The World of Yiddish
The World of Yiddish / Di velt fun yidish / haOlam haYidi is devoted to Yiddish language, literature and folklore.
Yiddish Page
Avivale's Yiddish Page.
Yiddish Studies Today
Leket: yidishe shtudyes haynt.
Yiddish and German
Yiddish proto-vowels and German dialects.
Yiddish ethical
Yiddish ethical texts and the diffusion of the Kabbalah in the 17th and 18th centuries.
Yiddish Vowels
Yiddish proto-vowels and German dialects.
Yiddish Language
Shtetl, Yiddish Language and Culture.
Yiddish and German
Unity of the German component of Yiddish: myth or reality.
Hebrew Books Org 43653
Hebrew Books.
Contentions with God
Contentions with God: a study in Jewish folklore von Olsvanger, Immanuel.
An Atlas of Northeastern Yiddish New
by Dovid Katz Cartography by Giedre Beconyte.
Yiddish and Romance
Romance Elements in Yiddish.
Yiddish Sources
Yiddish Sources is a portal for anyone who is interested in Yiddish and Yiddish Studies. It is part of the WWW Virtual Library History Central Catalogue.

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