Our LocationsBeginning this summer, Weinreich Program summer classes will be held at Brooklyn College, New York. Some programs, events, and research seminars will take place at YIVO’s home institution, the Center for Jewish History (15 West 16th Street, Manhattan)—where students may take advantage of YIVO’s extensive library—one of the world’s major collections of East European and American Yiddish culture.
Our FacultyThe faculty and staff that bring the Yiddish program to life each summer comprise an impressive array of scholars, writers, and artists. This year the first-rate faculty includes Khane Gonshor, Itay Zutra, Sheva Zucker, and Perl Teitelbaum. MORE >>
Campus LivingStudents may choose to live in Brooklyn College’s Kenilworth Hall, which offers a number of options for shared rooms or individual suites. Students living at Kenilworth may choose to speak only Yiddish within the residence hall. MORE >>
Applying to the ProgramThe program dates for 2013 are
June 17 – July 26
All applicants must complete
the 2013 General Application.
The application deadline is
March 15 (scholarships and international students) and
June 1 (general admission) MORE >>