Recorded Lectures

A Conversation with Arun Viswanath
August, 2022
Translator of Harry Potter into Yiddish
Joseph Meyerhoff Professor of Modern Jewish History
July, 2022
Prof. Iris Idelson-Shein
They Please Themselves in the Children of Strangers:
Early Modern Jewish Translation between the Bridge and the Barricade
Paper delivered within the context of Goethe University's online seminar on "Ambivalente Nachbarschaften: Religiöse, kulturelle und politisch-soziale Dynamiken zwischen Judentum, Christentum und Islam
January, 2022
Prof. Naomi Seidman
Department for the Study of Religion and the Centre for Diaspora and Transnational Studies
University of Toronto
A Godless Jew in the Holy Tongue:
Translating Freud into Hebrew
November, 2021
Prof. Zohar Shavit
School of Cultural Studies
Tel-Aviv University
Cultural Translation and the Recruitment of
Translated Texts to Induce Social Change
September, 2021
Prof. Robert Bonfil
Dept. of Jewish History
Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Conversation on Historiography, Translation, and Joseph Ha-Kohen
June, 2021
Dr. Aya Elyada
Dept. of History,
Hebrew Uiversity of Jerusalem
Yiddish in German:
Diachronic Translation Between the Early Modern and the Modern
April, 2021
Dr. Rachel Wamsley
Dr. Oren Roman
Dept. of Foreign Literatures and Linguistics,
Ben-Gurion University of the Negev
The Benefits of Fidelity:
A Case-Study from Early Yiddish Epic
Dislocation in Translation in Early Modern Yiddish Literature
July, 2020
JEWTACT Conversations with Prof. David B. Ruderman