A collection of fully-revised and new essays that explore the richness of Jewish women's history.
ISBN10 : 9780814327135 , ISBN13 : 0814327133
Page Number : 384
Jewish women writers of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries lived with a sense of painful connection to a culture that rejected their aspirations. Raised in a Jewish environment wary of
ISBN10 : 9780814324233 , ISBN13 : 0814324231
Page Number : 382
New portrayals of the religious lives of American Jewish women from colonial times to the present.
ISBN10 : 9781584651246 , ISBN13 : 1584651245
Page Number : 322
"Our schools suck." This is how many young people of color call attention to the kind of public education they are receiving. In cities across the nation, many students are trapped in under-funded, mi
ISBN10 : 081475807X , ISBN13 : 9780814758076
Page Number : 326
In 1391 many of the Jews of Spain were forced to convert to Christianity, creating a new group whose members would be continually seeking a niche for themselves in society. The question of identity wa
ISBN10 : 9780198038146 , ISBN13 : 0198038143
Page Number : 252
Provides a comprehensive and accessible overview of the Jewish experience, from its ancient origins to its impact on contemporary popular culture.
ISBN10 : 0521869609 , ISBN13 : 9780521869607
Page Number : 539
"A valuable resource for scholars and students of Judaic, Israel, Middle Eastern, and women's studies. There is no single volume currently available that represents such a broad range of historical, p
ISBN10 : 9780813536163 , ISBN13 : 0813536162
Page Number : 342
The first complete look at the social status and daily life of medieval Jewish women.
ISBN10 : 1611683947 , ISBN13 : 9781611683943
Page Number : 351
Beyond the Synagogue Gallery recounts the emergence of new roles for American Jewish women in public worship and synagogue life. Karla Goldman's study of changing patterns of female religiosity is a s
ISBN10 : , ISBN13 : UOM:39015050285223
Page Number : 287
Jewish women's exclusion from the public domains of religious and civil life has been reflected in their near absence in the master narratives of the East European Jewish past. As a result, the study
ISBN10 : , ISBN13 : UOM:39015061943653
Page Number : 470