East Bay

Professor Kronfeld teaches Hebrew, Yiddish and Comparative Literature at U.C. Berkeley with a special emphasis on modern poetry. She is the author of On the Margins of Modernism: Decentering Literary Dynamics which won the MLA Scaglione Prize in 1996 for Best Book in Comparative Literary Studies. Her co-translation (with Chana...

 Lecturers /  East Bay

Soviet Yiddish literature flourished from the 1920s to the 1940s, at first supported by the Soviet State. In 1952, most of the major Soviet Jewish intellectuals were executed (Night of the Murdered Poets, August 13, 1952). We will read powerful works by avant-garde modernist writers such as the poets Peretz...

 Yiddish Classes in the Bay Area /  East Bay

New (Fall 2019) Yiddish conversation group meets many (but not all) Fridays, noon - 1pm, in Dwinelle 282 on the U.C. Berkeley campus. Hosted by Isaac Bleaman.

 Yiddish Language & Culture – Informal Learning /  East Bay

Bushrod neighborhood favorite, Nick’s Pizza and Bakery, recently launched a new breakfast menu available Fridays and Saturdays from 8-11 a.m. Baker-owner Nick Yapor Cox has quietly rolled out his own take on New York-style bagels, which use the bakery’s signature sourdough starter for its dough, which is then hand-formed, boiled...

 Ashkenazi Food /  East Bay

Howard Rachelson’s multimedia musical voyage through Jewish history, from the time of King David to the current day, is a must-see. Travel through Sephardic, Ladino, Ashkenazi, Klezmer, Yiddish, Chasidic, and Classical music, as well as Yiddish Theater in NYC, Broadway composers, Jewish pop stars, Israeli music stars and world music....

 Yiddish Language & Culture – Informal Learning /  East Bay

Thursdays 10 – 11:30am Turn your morning into dance. Discover the beauty and rejuvenating force of this ancient ecstatic dance as the moves of the ancestors are tailor fit to each individual body and unique expression. Glorious Jewish World Beat and Middle East grooves are our soundtrack as the whole...

 Dance Classes & Dance Leaders /  East Bay

Yiddish conversation group meets Mondays 10:30-11:30am, except holidays. No charge. Kum un redt a bisl Yidish mit unz. Come join us as we shmues.

 Yiddish Language & Culture – Informal Learning /  East Bay

Modern California-Israeli food, and also rugelach and chocolate babka. (Also halva/pistachio babka, but that’s not so Ashkenazi)

 Ashkenazi Food /  East Bay

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