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YIVO Research Conference on Jewish Participation in Movements Devoted to the Cause of Social Progress
Sep 10-13 1964


THURSDAY 10 SEPTEMBER - SUNDAY 13 SEPTEMBER 1964
CONFERENCE | Presented by the YIVO Institute for Jewish Research (then located at 1048 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY 10028)
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CONFERENCE DOCUMENTS
Proposal, submitted by Max Weinreich, April 12, 1963: A Conference on Jewish Participation in Movements Dedicated to the Cause of Social Progress
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Fundraising letter, October 20, 1963: to Julius Bell (Secretary, Atran Foundation), from Julius Borenstein (Chairman, Executive Board, YIVO)
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Conference program, printed July 1964: YIVO Research Conference on Jewish Participation in Movements Devoted to the Cause of Social Progress
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CONFERENCE AUDIO
Thursday, September 10, 1964: Opening of Conference

1. Dr. Max Weinreich (MP3)

2. Dr. Alexander Erlich introduces Prof. Daniel Bell (MP3)

3. Prof. Daniel Bell (MP3)

4. Dr. Alexander Erlich introduces Prof. Moshe Mishkinsky (MP3)

5. Prof. Moshe Mishkinsky (MP3)

6. Dr. Alexander Erlich introduces Prof. Nathan Reich (MP3)

7. Prof. Nathan Reich (MP3)

8. Thank you for coming to the opening evening (MP3)
Friday, September 11, 1964: 10am Session

1. Jacob Hertz (MP3)

2. Harold Shukman (MP3)

3. Michal Astour (MP3)

4. Audience response to Harold Shukman and Michal Astour (MP3)
Friday, September 11, 1964: 3pm Session

1. Abraham Ascher (MP3)

2. Boris Sapir (MP3)

3. Zosa Szajkowski (MP3)
Saturday, September 12, 1964: Social Poetry on the Threshold of the Twentieth Century, Presentation of Songs and Poems

1. Opening Remarks (MP3)

2. Zamd un Shtern, sung by Maida Feinberg (MP3)

3. In Shap, read by Moishe Perenson (MP3)

4. Di Pyonirn, read by Shoshke Erlich (MP3)

5. Di Tsufkunft, read by Sheftl Zak (MP3)

6. In Kamf, sung by Mariam Eliash, Yudl Borenshteyn, and Kalmen Redler (MP3)

7. Mayn Tsavoe, sung by all present (MP3)

8. Di alte Bundists Shvue (Vi heylik iz di natur), sung by Yosl Mlotek (MP3)

9. Mayn Nit, read by Sheftl Zak (MP3)

10. Tsu Di Arbter Froyen, sung by Mariam Eliash, Yudl Borenshteyn, Kalmen Redler, and Yosl Mlotek (MP3)

11. Dos Lid tsum Bund, Mariam Eliash, Yudl Borenshteyn, and Kalmen Redler (MP3)

12. Di Shvue fun di Poyeley Tsiyen, sung by Fishl Kotko (MP3)

13. A Bezem un a Ker, Moishe Perenson MP3

14. The Song of the Stormy Petrel, read by Sofia Erlich (MP3)

15. Czerwony Sztandar, sung by Kalmen Redler (MP3)

16. You Fell as Victims, sung by di dri zingers; Mariam Eliash, Yudl Borenshteyn, Kalmen Redler, and Yosl Mlotek (MP3)

17. A Viglid, sung by Kalmen Redler (MP3)

18. A Vinterlid, sung by di dri zingers; Mariam Eliash, Yudl Borenshteyn, Kalmen Redler, and Yosl Mlotek (MP3)

19. Der Frayheytsglok, sung by di dri zingers; Mariam Eliash, Yudl Borenshteyn, Kalmen Redler, and Yosl Mlotek (MP3)

20. Brukh Shulman, sung by Magda Feyngold (MP3)

21. Vokht Oyf, sung by all present (MP3)

22. Closing Remarks (MP3)
Saturday, September 12, 1964: Evening Dinner

1. Saturday night dinner (MP3)
Sunday, September 13, 1964: 10am Session

1. Ezra Mendelsohn (MP3)

2. Jonathan Frankel (MP3)

3. Alexander Erlich (MP3)

4. Discussion period (MP3)
Sunday, September 13, 1964: 2:30pm Session

1. Moses Rischin (MP3)

2. Discussion following Moses Rischin's paper (MP3)

3. Prof. Sherman, The Jew Within American Society (MP3)

4. Prof. Berman's paper, Di Amedikanizirung fun der Yidish arbeter-bavegung in di faroynikte shtatn- fun sotsializm tsu pragmatizm (MP3)

5. Questions for Prof. Sherman (MP3)

6. Prof. Max Weinreich's remarks about the conference (MP3)

7. Closing thanks of the conference (MP3)
Sunday, September 13, 1964: 7pm Session

1. Henry Tobias (MP3)

2. Discussion following Henry Tobias's paper (MP3)