A poster from Littman's People's Theater, Detroit Michigan, c.1930s.
A poster from Littman's People's Theater, Detroit Michigan, c.1930s.
The former location of Littman's People's Theater at 8210 12th Street, Detroit, seen in an undated photo from between 1945 and 1952.
The former location of Littman's People's Theater at 8210 12th Street, Detroit, seen in an undated photo from between 1945 and 1952.
Forverts, Sun­day, August 19, 1945 images depict­ing the ​“new era of atom­ic power.”
Forverts, Sun­day, August 19, 1945 images depict­ing the ​“new era of atom­ic power.”
Front page of the 'Unzer vort' newsletter, published in May 1929 by the Detroit branch of the Yidishn Natsionaler Sotsialistisher Arbeter Farband (Jewish National Socialist Workers Alliance)
Front page of the 'Unzer vort' newsletter, published in May 1929 by the Detroit branch of the Yidishn Natsionaler Sotsialistisher Arbeter Farband (Jewish National Socialist Workers Alliance)
My historical research centers primarily, but not exclusively, on Yiddish culture, art, and literature in 20th century Detroit, Michigan. My work has been published in In geveb, the online journal of Yiddish Studies, and in Michigan Jewish History.
“Littman’s People’s Theater: A Stage in the Wilderness - A New History of Detroit’s Yiddish Theater.”
Michigan Jewish History. 63:1, Winter 2023-24.
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