Hana Wirth-NesherHana Wirth-Nesher (born 2 March 1948) is an American-Israeli literary scholar and university professor. She is Professor of English and American Studies at Tel Aviv University, where she is also the Samuel L. and Perry Haber Chair on the Study of the Jewish Experience in the United States, and director of the Goldreich Family Institute for Yiddish Language, Literature, and Culture. Specializing in the role of language, especially Yiddish, in expressing personal identity in Jewish American literature, she has written two books and many essays on American, English, and Jewish American writers. She is the editor of ''The Cambridge History of Jewish American Literature'' (2015) and the co-editor (with Michael P. Kramer) of ''The Cambridge Companion to Jewish American Literature'' (2003). She is the co-creator and academic co-director of the annual Yiddish summer program at Tel Aviv University. Provided by Wikipedia
Sabbath Josef Erlich ; edited and with introduction by Hana Wirth-Nesher ; foreword by Dov Sadan ; translated from the Yiddish by Schmuel Himelstein.
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The Cambridge Companion to Jewish American literature edited by Hana Wirth-Nesher, Michael P. Kramer.
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