Works on Yiddish Literature

by Dovid Katz


On Yiddish Linguistics; Yiddish Stylistics; Litvak StudiesHolocaust Studies; Ashkenazic HebrewYiddish Fiction; Website


“A Celebration of Yiddish Culture in London” [in Yiddish] in Undzer vort (Paris), 15 March 1977, p. 4.


12 biographical/bibliographic entries in Leksikon fun der nayer yidisher literatur [in Yiddish] (ed. by Berl Kahan [Kagan], Congress for Jewish Culture, N.Y. 1981).


“Menke Katz’s Three Sisters” [in Yiddish] in Yidishe kultur (July-Aug. 1992), pp. 41-49, (Sept.-Oc. 1992), pp. 37-46.


“Stencl of the Spirit: On A.N. Stencl’s 10th yórtsayt” [in Yiddish] in Yidishe kultur 56.3 (May-June 1993): pp. 22-34. Edited English translation by Leonard Prager in Mendele 07.003 (30 March 2003): no. 3.


“The Days of Proletpen in American Yiddish Poetry” = introduction to Amelia Glaser & David Weintraub (eds), Proletpen: America’s Rebel Yiddish Poets (University of Wisconsin Press: Madison & Dora Teitelboim Center for Yiddish Culture: Coral Gables), pp. 3-25.

“Introduction: Yiddish Poet Menke Katz” in Menke:  The Complete Yiddish Poems of Menke Katz. Translated by Benjamin and Berbara Harshav. Edited by Dovid Katz and Harry Smith (The Smith: Brooklyn, New York 2005), pp. xiii-cxxxv.


Selected pages and chapters of Words on Fire: The Unfinished Story of Yiddish (second revised edition), Basic Books: New York 2010.


Selected pages and chapters of Lithuanian Jewish Culture (second revised edition), Baltos Lankos: Vilnius 2010.


Selected pages and chapters of Yiddish and Power (Palgrave Macmillan: Basingstoke 2015).

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