The Jona Goldrich Institute for Yiddish Language, Literature, and Culture is dedicated to preserving and expanding knowledge of the Yiddish language through teaching, research and summer immersion programs. Drawing from the rich, boundary-crossing tradition of Yiddish culture, the Institute seeks to advance Yiddish Studies through innovation and interdisciplinary. Since its establishment in 2005, the Institute has become a hub of Yiddish studies nationally and internationally, sponsoring courses, offering scholarships, hosting guest lecturers, and initiating projects in cooperation with other institutions in Israel and abroad. Our flagship programs include an Interuniversity MA Program in Yiddish Studies, in partnership with Hebrew University, and the International Yiddish Summer Program.
The Goldrich Institute is proud to invite submissions for an international conference on "Yiddish and the Holocaust" at TAU campus June 25-26/ 2024