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TALK | “My Song Ends but My Singing Never Stops: Calls for Justice in the Yiddish Music of the Holocaust in Ukraine,” with Anna Shternshis
Based on recently discovered archival documents, this lecture examines amateur Yiddish music created during the 1940s in Nazi-occupied Ukraine.

The program features songs that document atrocities, as well as the stories of individuals who created the first Jewish eyewitness accounts of the Holocaust in Ukraine through music.

Presented as part of YIDSTOCK 2021 and the Yiddish Book Center’s Decade of Discovery initiative, whose theme for 2021 is Yiddish and Social Justice.

Registration is required.

Made possible with the generous support from the Stanley R. Epstein Memorial Fund For Programs.

Jul 7, 2021 07:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Anna Shternshis
Anna Shternshis is the Al and Malka Green Professor of Yiddish Studies and director of the Anne Tanenbaum Centre for Jewish Studies at the University of Toronto. Together with artist Psoy Korolenko, Shternshis created and directed the Grammy-nominated "Yiddish Glory" project, an initiative that brought back to life forgotten Yiddish music written during the Holocaust in the Soviet Union. A recipient of a 2020 Guggenheim Fellowship, she is currently working on a book tentatively entitled "Last Yiddish Heroes: A Lost and Found Archive of the Holocaust in the Soviet Union" about Yiddish music created in Nazi-occupied Ukraine.