LEARN YIDDISH THIS SUMMER:
for the city mouse:
The Uriel Weinreich Program in Yiddish Language, Literature and, Culture
of Bard College and YIVO Institute
APPLY NOW ONLINE:
The Uriel Weinreich Summer Program of Bard College and YIVO offers peerless instruction in Yiddish language, and an in-depth exploration of the literature and culture of East European/American Jewry.
Dates: June 20-July 29, 2011
Scholarship Application Deadline: March 15
Admission Application Deadline: April 15
"YIVO's summer Yiddish program is a gem, a long-running, splendid institution that has left its imprint on so many of us who rely on Yiddish for work and pleasure."
Steven J. Zipperstein, Daniel E. Koshland Professor in Jewish Culture and History, Stanford University
For more details see our website: www.bard.edu/bard-yivo
YIVO Institute for Jewish Research
15 West 16th Street
New York, New York 10011
for the country mouse
Apologies for the late notice, but I wanted to reach out directly to you. I’m writing to tell you about a terrific opportunity for your best and brightest students, and one that is tuition-free. I’m particularly proud of this year’s program because of the addition of research and publication opportunities for our top students.
We have a few more openings for the Steiner Summer Program at the Yiddish Book Center, a 7-week program running from June 12 through July 29 in Amherst, Massachusetts. The program is intensive, providing 3 hours of Yiddish language instruction every day (beginning or continuing levels), as well as a course in Yiddish culture, advanced research, conference presentations, the Paper Bridge Summer Arts Festival, and a three-day tour of Yiddish New York. Program details, application form and instructions are at: http://www.yiddishbookcenter.org/steiner-summer-program.
We’ll need your students’ applications and materials by March 1. If you have any questions, feel free to contact me at email@example.com or 303-492-7143.
Steiner Summer Program at the Yiddish Book Center
Associate Professor, History
Director, Program in Jewish Studies
University of Colorado at Boulder