Image bientôt disponible


Weinreich, Max

Edité par Vilne: Yidisher Visnshaftlekher Institut, Optsvayg Yugnt-Forshung, 1935
Couverture rigide
Vendeur Dan Wyman Books, LLC (Brooklyn, NY, Etats-Unis)

Vendeur AbeBooks depuis 31 octobre 2011

Quantité : 1

Acheter D'occasion
Prix: EUR 30,68 Autre devise
Livraison : EUR 0 Vers Etats-Unis Destinations, frais et délais
Ajouter au panier

A propos de cet article

(FT) Hardcover, 8vo, 309, viii pages, 35 cm. In Yiddish. "The way to our youth; elements, methods, and problems of Jewish youth research. " Nazi-era imprint, looking at Jewish youth in 1930s Poland. Series: Bibliotek fun Yivo; Nom. 1 (7) ; Variation: Bibliotek fun Yivo. SUBJECT(S) : Jewish youth -- Psychological aspects. Personality and culture -- Methodology. Added title page: The way to our youth; elements, methods, and problems of Jewish youth research. Added title page also in Lithuanian: Keliasimusu javnuomene. Bibliographical footnotes and index. Other Titles: Way to our youth. ; Keliasimusu jaunuomene. Weinreich (1894-1969) was a "Yiddish linguist, historian, editor. Born in Kuldiga (Latvia) , Weinreich made his debut as a Yiddish writer at the age of 13, and became a contributor to various Yiddish, Russian, German, and later English publications. After studying at the universities of St. Petersburg and Berlin, he completed a doctoral thesis on the history of Yiddish philology at the University of Marburg. Early in his career Weinreich became a prominent educator in various capacities, ranging from the teaching of Yiddish literature at the Vilna Yiddish Teachers’ Seminary to serving as leader of a Yiddish scouting movement, Di Bin. He was instrumental in giving Yiddish linguistics a solid, scholarly footing. Co-founder with Nokhem Shtif, Elias Tcherikover, and Zalmen Rejzen of the YIVO Institute, and YIVO’s guiding spirit, he was largely responsible for its achieving a worldwide reputation. As director of YIVO’s Research Training Division and organizer of its graduate school, Weinreich successfully educated young Yiddish scholars, among them, his son, Uriel Weinreich. At the World Congress of Linguistics in Copenhagen, he lectured on "Yiddish as an Object of General Linguistics, " and in 1940, he immigrated with his son Uriel to the U. S. , where he became the country’s first university professor of Yiddish, teaching Yiddish language, literature, and folklore at the College of the City of New York and Columbia University, while serving as the scholarly director of YIVO. Weinreich’s wide array of books and studies include his magnum opus, Geshikhte fun der Yidisher Shprakh, the culmination of a half century of research on Yiddish sociolinguistics, tracing the thousand-year development of Ashkenazi culture and the Yiddish language as integral to the Jewish way of life. He studied the development of Yiddish from its origins in Germany, through Eastern Europe and into the second diaspora, creating the basic concepts and theoretical tools of the linguistic study of Jewish languages. Prominent among his other works are Hitlers Profesorn- probably the best documented indictment of German scholarship during the Nazi regime; Shturemvint, sketches on 17th-century Jewish history; Bilder fun der Yidisher Literatur-Geshikhte; Der Veg tsu Undzer Yugnt, a socio-psychological study of Jewish youth in Eastern Europe; and Di Shvartse Pintelekh, a history of alphabets. Weinreich translated Homer, Freud, and Ernst Toller into Yiddish and edited the periodicals Yidishe Filologye, Filologishe Shriftn, Yivo-Bleter, and the critical edition of S. Ettinger’s works, N. Stutchkoff’s Oytser fun der Yidisher Shprakh, Y. L. Cahan’s Shtudyes vegn Yidisher Folkshafung, and Yidishe Folkslider mit Melodyes" (Schaechter and Baumgarten in EJ, 2007) . OCLC lists 4 copies worldwide (U of Melbourne, Paris-Cujas-Bu Droit, Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin, Bayersiche Staatsbibliothek) . Browning to pages. Bumped cover corners. Otherwise, very good condition. (Holo2-74-6). N° de réf. du libraire 27873

Poser une question au libraire

Détails bibliographiques


Éditeur : Vilne: Yidisher Visnshaftlekher Institut, Optsvayg Yugnt-Forshung

Date d'édition : 1935

Reliure : Hardcover

Description de la librairie

Dan Wyman Books is the largest Jewish Antiquarian bookstore in New York, and a leading dealer worldwide. Please stop by when you are in town. Open by appointment most days, but closed on Jewish Holidays. Please visit our homepage at Please contact us with your needs or if you have books to sell. We consistently out-bid our competitors and we make housecalls to buy books!

Visitez la page d?accueil du vendeur

Conditions de vente :

Receive free of charge our monthly book list of unusual out-of-print Jewish,
titles in your e-mail box--days before they are posted on line. E-mail us for
details (no purchase necessary).

All titles are 100% returnable for any reason. U.S. Shipping is free. We accept
payment by check or major credit card (MC/VISA, AMEX, Discover), PayPal or Cash.
Please call or e-mail to hold an item. We reciprocate standard trade terms.

Dan Wyman Books, LLC.
1250 Metropolitan Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11237

Pour plus d'information
Conditions de livraison :

Shipping costs are based on books weighing 2.2 LB, or 1 KG. If your book order is heavy or oversized, we may contact you to let you know extra shipping is required.

Afficher le catalogue du vendeur

Modes de paiement
acceptés par le vendeur

Visa Mastercard American Express Carte Bleue

Chèque Mandat postal En espèce PayPal Facture Traite bancaire Virement bancaire