Queer Jewish Languages
Hosted By: HUC-JIR Jewish Language Project
This panel is presented by JQTV Vancouver and the HUC-JIR Jewish Language Project. Speakers include:
Eyal Rivlin – co-creator of Non Binary Hebrew in Boulder
Nesi Altaras – an editor of Turkish Avlaremoz and Ladino revivificationist in Montreal
Faith Jones – a librarian, translator, and researcher of Yiddish culture in Vancouver
Grace Elizabeth Dy and Ellen Perleberg – co-principal investigators of “Yallah Y’all: The Development and Acceptance of Queer Jewish Language in Seattle”
Yosef Jay Nemanpour – a Persian-Iranian research intern at JQ International in Los Angeles
Moderated by Carmel Tanaka – Founder & Executive Director of JQT Vancouver
Participants will enjoy a 40-min panel discussion on how each of our guests are “queering” their respective Jewish languages, followed by a 20-minute mini-lesson with a guest of their choosing to learn a few queer Jewish terms and/or grammar!
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