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On Being a Jewish Feminist is an essential work for those readers in demand of an overall view of the challenges encountered by Jewish Feminism and the answers provided to those by it. In an understandable way for those who are non-Jewish, the reader is supplied with the targets of Jewish Feminism: the roles, images,assumptions to be questioned Cited by: On Being a Jewish Feminist is a collection of essays about the conflicts between feminism and traditional--particularly Orthodox--Jewish practice and doctrine.
Some of the essays are quite interesting, but the book was published inwith some of the essays dating back to the 's, and the thirty-five-year-old viewpoints seem quite out-of-date/5.
Twenty-four articles spanning a decade of Jewish feminism—and repeatedly posing the question of whether, given the patriarchal nature of Judaism (the law, the customs), ""it is desirable—even possible—for a feminist to be a Jew."" Introducing the whole, and each of the three sections (""Old Myth and Images,"" ""Forging New Identities,"" ""Creating a Feminist Theology of Judaism.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: On being a Jewish feminist. New York: Schocken Books, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors.
One of the first books on Jewish feminism that I ever read was Danya Ruttenberg’s amazing book Yentl’s Revenge: The Next Wave of Jewish Feminism. An anthology of stories on a variety of topics, including Orthodox women, women who wear kippot, Sephardic Jews, religion and body image, transgender issues and the mikvah, and intermarriage and atheism, this book.
On Being a Jewish Feminist is indispensable for anyone who wishes to understand contemporary Judaism or contemporary Jewish thought. From inside the book. What people are saying - Write a review. We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Contents. Acknowledgments. xi: Introduction. xxxix. Jewish feminist theology. Various versions of feminist theology exist within the Jewish community. Some of these theologies promote the idea that it is important to have a feminine characterization of God, and/or more feminist language in general.
*On Being a Jewish Feminist: A Reader*, ed. Susannah Heschel (New York: Schocken Books, ). Battered Jewish wives / Mimi Scarf --Israeli women: three myths / Lesley Hazleton --Women-identified women in male-identified Judaism / Batya Bauman --Memories of an Orthodox youth / Thena Kendall --Feminist path to Judaism / Gail Shulman --Notes toward finding the right question / Cynthia Ozick --Women and power in the federation / Deborah E.
Judith Plaskow is the first Jewish feminist to identify herself as a theologian. Deeply learned in classical and modern Christian theology yet profoundly committed to her own Judaism, Plaskow created a distinctively Jewish theology acutely conscious of its own structure and categories and in dialogue with the feminist theologies of other religions.
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Being Jewish and Feminist in France 5. From Confrontation to Dialogue: Jewish Women Face Christian Theologies 6. The Feminine Mystique Is the mother of every book by a Jewish feminist or about feminism that has been published since Referring to “the problem that has no name,” Friedan blew open the Author: Adina Bernstein.
The quintessential text of second wave feminism, Friedan’s book became one of the original pieces of feminist theory to become a Occupation: Writer. Identifying early moments of exclusion from Jewish practice or community on the basis of sex–not being allowed to say kaddish (mourner’s prayer) for a parent or get a Jewish education are just two examples–many women embraced feminism as a reaction against patriarchal Jewish values and as an alternative to a model of community based on Author: Dr.
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Antler’s exhilarating new book features dozens of compelling biographical narratives that reveal the struggles and achievements of Jewish radical feminists in Chicago, New York and Boston, as well as those who participated in the later, self-consciously identified Jewish feminist movement that fought gender inequities in Jewish religious and.
Feminist theology and Islam is also used to strengthen the spiritual connection to the women of Islam when they undergo severe trauma, to promote human rights especially those of women. Fatima Mernissi’s book, The Forgotten Queens of Islam, is a crucial piece in feminist theology for Islam and how it relates to a non western state.
In the novel and her diary writings, Wilburn () emerges as a fiercely independent and bold Jewish thinker, an abolitionist and a feminist. Her writing also sheds light from the perspective of a Jewish woman on the early years of Spiritualism, the religious movement popular during the Civil War that encouraged communication with spirits.
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Jewish Radical Feminism: Voices from the Women’s Liberation Movement offers Joyce Antler’s ambitious and illuminating take on the intersecting layers of the origins of the women’s liberation movement and Jewish feminism. In tracing the Jewish identities of forty-some women who were a part of key moments in the development of these movements, Antler takes.
The earliest known American Jewish novel introduces a new feminist voice. By Penny Schwartz Will and Destiny" is being published in book form for the first time thanks to the Jewish historian.
E. Broner, a writer who explored the double marginalization of being Jewish and female, producing a body of fiction and nonfiction that placed her in the vanguard of Jewish feminist letters. Friedan — like Rosin, a Jewish feminist — helped spark a revolution.
Her book is credited with helping to prod unprecedented numbers of women into the workplace. Because in Israel being Jewish is being part of the majority and belonging to something that is today smacking of racism.
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Members of the Amelia Bloomer Project committee are: Kelsey Keyes (co-chair), Albertsons Library, Boise State University (ID); Melissa Nemitz (co-chair), West Windsor Branch of. Despite some pioneering work by scholars, historians still find it hard to listen to the voices of women in the Holocaust.
Learning more about both the women who survived and who did not survive the Nazi genocide—through the testimony of the women themselves—not only increases our understanding of this terrible period in history, but necessarily makes us rethink our Author: Zoë Waxman.
Referring to President Donald Trump’s anti-abortion supporters, the embittered and childless year-old jewish feminist, Gloria Steinem said on NBC’s “Today” Tuesday that pro-life activists were using tactics similar to Adolf Hitler: “Another is why Hitler was actually elected — and he was elected — and he campaigned against abortion.
Rise: A Feminist Book Project For Ages —formerly known as the Amelia Bloomer Project—has released its Top 10 list for The group, which is part of the Feminist Task Force (FTF) of the Social Responsibilities Round Table (SRRT) of the American Library Association, annually releases the best feminist books for young readers.
In Jewish Voices in Feminism, Nelly Las navigates primarily among three cultures (French, Anglo-American, and Israeli) to present a philosophical and historical analysis of the intersection between contemporary Jewish dilemmas and feminism and its impact on Jewish thinking.
She also explains the ambivalent attitude of feminist activists. AMERICA’S JEWISH WOMEN A History From Colonial Times to Today By Pamela S. Nadell.
Considering that the very definition of Judaism and what it means to be a Jew has changed so much over the last Author: Jordana Horn. A quick Wikipedia search for “list of Jewish feminists” brings up an admittedly incomplete list of names. Most of the women listed were born in the 20th century.
The Jewish Women’s Archive website is a comprehensive website dedicated to key Jewish feminists, containing 1, profiles. If one simply searches for “list of feminists” on Wikipedia, the page. This book is designed to demonstrate a range of ways that Jewish feminist work can operate with the full breadth of what intersectionality studies has to offer.
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[a] Feminism incorporates the position that societies prioritize the male point of view, and that. She is a retired professor of Women’s Studies and Jewish Studies at the University of Maryland and an activist for Jewish, lesbian and feminist causes.
Beck is the award-winning author of several important works, including the pioneering Nice Jewish Girls: A Lesbian Anthology and Franz Kafka and the Yiddish Theater: Its Impact on His Work.