Yiddish at Risk at U. of Maryland

December 29, 2009

Advocates for Yiddish, which is taught regularly at a small number of American colleges, are dismayed that the University of Maryland at College Park is expected to end support for a full-time faculty slot devoted to the language, The Baltimore Sun reported. University officials cite cutbacks across all programs, not any lack of appreciation for Yiddish literature and culture.

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