On Women and Judaism: A View from Tradition

On Women and Judaism: A View from Tradition; read this when my rabbi assigned it as part of my conversion prep.

Houses of Study: A Jewish Woman Among Books

Ilana Blumberg’s moving memoir begins with her experiences learning at a women’s seminary in Jerusalem after high school, and comes to a close with her reflections on the challenge of raising her daughter to be a committed Jewish woman.

The Torah: A Women's Commentary

“This is not just a Torah commentary for women,” says Dr. Tamara Cohn Eskenazi, Professor of Bible at Hebrew Union College in Los Angeles, “it is a Torah commentary for everyone. And it is not ‘Torah Lite.

A Jewish Feminine Mystique? Jewish Women in Postwar America

Hurray for scholarly Jewish women’s conferences! It was just such a conference that responded to some troubling aspects of the findings that Betty Friedan presented in her 1963 groundbreaking book, The Feminine Mystique.

Feminism Encounters Traditional Judaism: Resistance and Accommodation

Feminism Encounters Traditional Judaism: Resistance and Accommodation

Emma Goldman: Revolution as a Way of Life

Emma Goldman: Revolution as a Way of Life (Jewish Lives) by Vivian Gornick


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