Does "mamaloshn" exist in academia? Is the line between the personal and the professional too blurry when it comes to Yiddish Studies? Are academics part of the future of spoken Yiddish, or a different story entirely? Why should researchers of Yiddish actually speak Yiddish?
A dank Miriam Trinh for leading the conversation, and Miriam Borden, Yeshua Tolle, Gabriela Scherlis, Tanja Yakovleva, and Anastasiya Krachkovska for putting this together!
Want to add something or react to the "Farvos" episodes? Send us a voice memo, or leave a message on Sosye's google voice number: (347) 927-6160.