CFY invites you to join scholar and translator Anastasiya Lyubas for an online English-language discussion of her most recent book, Montage: Works by Debora Vogel.


CFY invites you to join scholar and translator ANASTASIYA LYUBAS for an online English-language discussion of her most recent book, Montage: Works by Debora Vogel

Translating Debora Vogel’s (1900-1942) Avant-Garde Montages into English

איבערזעצן דבורה פאָגעלס אַוואַנטגאַרדישע מאָנטאַזשן פון יידיש אויף ענגליש

Anastasiya Lyubas

Sunday, December 3, 2023
2:00pm EST / 11:00am PST on Zoom

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Debora Vogel (1900-1942) wrote her avant garde prose being inspired by the technique of montage in photography and film, and collage in painting. Her experiments demonstrate an impressive range of expression in the Yiddish language and enable readers to engage with Yiddish literature in new ways.

Montage: Works by Debora Vogel, translated by Anastasiya Lyubas, is currently available for purchase from White Goat Press. Information on how to purchase this book from a Canadian bookseller will be coming soon.

Anastasiya Lyubas, who received her Ph.D. from Binghamton University, is the editor and translator of Blooming Spaces: The Collected Poetry, Prose, Critical Writing, and Letters of Debora Vogel (Boston: Academic Studies Press, 2020), which received the MLA Aldo and Jeanne Scaglione Prize honorable mention for the Translation of a Literary Work in 2021. She is also the translator of Montage: Works by Debora Vogel (Amherst, MA: White Goat Press, 2023), and she co-edited Walking with Vogel: New Perspectives on Debora Vogel through Poetry, Visual Art, Translation and Scholarship, a special issue of In Geveb: A Journal of Yiddish Studies (October 2021). She is currently working on an intellectual biography of Debora Vogel.

Presented by:

A Kultura Collective Member

Start Date: December 3, 2023

2:00 PM






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