28 février 2010
to Natalia Krynicka, chief librarian at the Medem Library, who was awarded with unanimous distinction her PHD on literature. The theme of her thesis was "Cultural relations between Jews and Poles in the light of literary translations between years 1885 and 1939."
23 décembre 2009
Le hêtre et le bouleau (The beach and the birch): an essay about the European sadness An encounter with the author Camille de Toledo hosted by the novelist Cécile Wajsbrot. Le hêtre et le bouleau is published by the Editions du Seuil, in the collection Librairie du XXIe siècle (Bookstore of the 21st century) Wednesday Jan. 20 at 8:00pm In his new essay, Camille de Toledo wonders how Europe can recover from the 20th century. One of the solutions he proposes is that all Europeans, regardless of their origin, learn to speak... [Lire la suite]
26 octobre 2009
C'est maintenant du passé (éd. Verticales) (It's Now the Past)Encounter with Marianne Rubinstein, on the occasion of the release of her last work. Hosted by Gilles RozierSaturday November 7 at 3pm"It's now the past" is a very personal work about the transmission of memory. In that quest the author attempts to rebuild her childhood recollections and her father's everyday life, outside of the amnesia effect that the traumatic disappearance of the previous generation produced on her father and then on herself. Contribution: 5... [Lire la suite]
30 septembre 2009
Le Roman des Juifs d'Europe de l'Est (éd. L'Harmattan) The Jewish novel in Eastern EuropeEncounter with Irène Wekstein moderated by Yitskhok NiborskiWednesday October 7 at 8:00pm Between the two World Wars modernity takes over tradition in the Jewish society. Yiddish writers describe the passage from one world to the other. Entrance fee: 5€. Members: 3€. Reservations advisable at +33(0)1 47 00 14 00. Cité d'artistes - La Ruche(The City of Artists - La Ruche)by Sylvie Buisson and Martine Fresia Encounter with Sylvie... [Lire la suite]
30 septembre 2009
Entrance free. Mandatory reservation at +33(0)1 47 00 14 00. Two hundred years after the death of Reb Leyvi Yitskhok from Berditchev (1740-1809)Introduction and Yiddish reading by Yitskhok Niborski. Recorded songs. Saturday October 17 at 3pm A legendary figure of the Ukrainian Hassidism, the "Rebe" of Berditchev, who composed many Yiddish songs, is also a hero of literature.
05 août 2009
If you were unable to attend to one of the conferences at the Paris Yiddish Centre, you can still view it on-line at the site Akadem :New releases: Jean-Claude Grumberg & Pierre Assouline (moderator), Le rire comme règlement de comptes (Laughter as a mean for setting accounts) (conference held in March 2009): http://www.akadem.org/sommaire/module_6358.php Yitskhok Niborski, Humour, satire et poésie (Humor, satire and poetry) (conference held in March 2009): http://www.akadem.org/sommaire/themes/liturgie/8/2/module_5662.php... [Lire la suite]
25 février 2009
Jean-Claude GrumbergModerated by Pierre AssoulineFor his play Vers toi terre promise, tragédie dentaire at the Théâtre du Rond-Point March 4 - April 11, 2009Charles and Clara Spodek undergo a dental treatment. They are Jews. During these after-war years, other pains haunt the intimacy of Dr Spodek's dental practice. One of their daughters perished in deportation. The other, somewhere in a monastary, does not give a sign of life. But it's not in religion that they find consolation: "I believe that I do not... [Lire la suite]
25 février 2009
Avrom Reyzen — the embodiment of the Czernowitz spiritSeminar in Yiddish devoted to the Yiddish world at the time of the Czernowitz conference. By YITSKHOK NIBORSKIWith the support of the ROTHSCHILD FOUNDATION (EUROPE)Sunday March 8 at 9h30amThis seminar is held exclusively in Yiddish; It is accessible to those who completed three years of language classes. Hours: 9h30am - 12h30pm and 2:00pm - 4:30pm Fees: 30 €. Members: 24 €. Lunch is taken together: each participant contributes with food and/or beverage.
18 février 2009
Sixty years ago, Zusman SegalovitshConference in YddishSaturday Feb. 7 at 3:00pmOn February 19th, 1949, alone in a New York hotel room, died one of the most read Yiddish writers of Poland between the two world-wars. He also wrote a number of dramatic poems about the genocide of European Jews. Free entrance. Mandatory reservations at +33 (0)1 47 00 14 00