Eva Lokey Lecture in Yiddish Studies

From left to right: The Eva Chernov Lokey Professor of Jewish Studies Gabriella Safran; the first annual Eva Lokey Lecture Series speaker, Professor Sam Spinner...

The Eva Lokey Lecture in Yiddish Studies  is supported by the Eva Lokey Yiddish Lecture Fund established in 2002. The series is designed to highlight the outstanding work of rising scholars in the field of Yiddish Studies. Our inaugural lecture was delivered by Sam Spinner (Johns Hopkins University) in 2021.

Past Events

Thu March 9th 2023, 5:00pm - 6:30pm
450 Jane Stanford Way, Bldg 360, Stanford
450 Jane Stanford Way, Building 360, Stanford, CA 94305
CCSRE Conference Room

Sunny Yudkoff, Associate Professor of German and Jewish Studies at the University of Wisconsin will deliver this year's Eva Lokey Lecture in Yiddish Studies.

Wed November 3rd 2021, 5:00pm - 6:30pm
DLCL Conference room 260-252

Sam Spinner (Johns Hopkins University) will deliver the inaugural Eva Lokey Lecture in Yiddish Studies on "Jewish Primitivism: Theories of Primitive Art and Der Nister's Stories."