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Post-Communist Jewish Identities: Journals

Annotated bibliographies on several aspects of the subject.

Jewish Women

This section was compiled by
Sarah Kretzmann.


Adelman , Penina V. "A Drink from Miriam's Cup: Invention of Tradition among Jewish Women ." Journal of Feminist Studies in Religion 10.2 (1994): 151-166. Print.

Adelman, Howard. "Rabbis and Reality: Public Activities of Jewish Women in Italy during the Renaissance and Catholic Restoration ." Jewish History 5.1 (1991): 27-40. Print.

Aptheker, Bettina. "Teaching About Anti-Semitism and the Legacy of Jewish Women." Women's Studies Quarterly 21 (1993): 63-68. Print.

Bar-Itzhak, Haya . "Women in the Holocaust. The Story of a Jewish Woman Who Killed a Nazi in a Concentration Camp: A Folkloristic Perspective." Fabula 50 (2009): 67-77. Print.

Baskin, Judith R. "Some Parallels in the Education of Medieval Jewish and Christian Women ." Jewish History 5.1 (1991): 41-51. Print.

Bauman, Mark. "Southern Jewish Women and Their Social Service Organizations ." Journal of American Ethnic History 22.3 (2003): 34-78. Print.

Chajes, Jeffrey Howard. "He Said She Said: Hearing the Voices of Pneumatic Early Modern Jewish Women." Nashim: A Journal of Jewish Women's Studies & Gender Issues 10 (2005): 99-125. Print.

Cotler, Stosh. "Young Jewish Women in Social Justice Leadership: A Conversation with Sarah From, Amy Traub and Haley Grossman." Bridges: A Jewish Feminist Journal 13 (2008): 108-121. Print.

Daoud, Daoud, et al. "What do women gain from volunteering? The experience of lay Arab and Jewish women volunteers in the Women for Women’s Health programme in Israel." Health & Social Care in the Community 18 (2010): 208-218. Print.

Deutsch, Sandra McGee. "Changing the Landscape: The Study of Argentine Jewish Women and new Historical Vistas." Jewish History 18 (2004): 49-73. Print.

Fogiel-Bijaui, Silvie. "Women in the Kibbutz: The "Mixed Blessing" of Neo-Liberalism." Nashim: A Journal of Jewish Women's Studies & Gender Issues 13 (2007): 102-122. Print.

Fuchs, Esther . "Women Remaking American Judaism (review)." Studies in American Jewish Literature 28 (2009): 114-115. Print.

Greniman, Deborah. "Jewish Women: A Comprehensive Historical Encyclopedia (review)." Nashim: A Journal of Jewish Women's Studies & Gender Issues 14 (2000): 244-251. Print.

Hertz, Deborah, Julie H. Rubin, and Jane Arnold. "Jewish Women in Europe, 1750-1932: A Bibliographic Guide ." Jewish History 7.2 (1993): 127-153. Print.

Ilan , Tal. "Jewish Women's Studies in Israel ." Journal of Feminist Studies in Religion 18.2 (2002): 91-95. Print.

Jelen, Sheila E. "Women and Jewish Literature." Nashim: A Journal of Jewish Women's Studies & Gender Issues 16 (2008): 153-173. Print.

Kaplan, Marion A. “Jewish Women in Nazi Germany: Daily Life, Daily Struggles, 1933-1939.” Feminist Studies 16.3 (1990): 579-606. Print.

Kirchen, Anita Mary. "'Finding Their Voice: Jewish Women Artists in the 19th and 20th Centuries'." Dissertation Abstracts International 64.6 (2003): 1-229. Print.

Lewin, Judith. ""Diving into the Wreck": Binding Oneself to Judaism in Contemporary Jewish Women's Fiction." Shofar: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Jewish Studies 26.3 (2008): 48-68. Print.

Marks, Lara. "Careers and Servers of the Jewish Community: The Marginalized Heritage of Jewish Women in Britain." Immigrants & Minorities 10 (1991): 106-127. Print.

Miron, Gai. "From Bourgeois Germany to Palestine: Memoirs of German Jewish Women in Israel." Nashim: A Journal of Jewish Women's Studies & Gender Issues 17 (2009): 116-140. Print.

Nigro, Kathleen. "Rachel Calof and Jewish Immigrant Women: Between a 'land of opportunity' and a 'terrible new world'." Studies in American Jewish Literature 27 (2009): 23-33. Print.

Schwartzmann, Julia. "Constructing a New Type of Jewish Woman - The Power Concept in the Women-Oriented Literature of Rabbi Aviner." Modern Judaism: A Journal of Jewish Ideas & Experience 28 (2008): 64-78 . Print.

Sered, Susan Starr. “Conflict, Complement, and Control: Family Religion among Middle Eastern Jewish Women in Jerusalem.” Gender and Society 5.1 (1991): 10-29. Print.

Spiegel, Marcia Cohn. "Spirituality for Survival: Jewish Women Healing Themselves ." Journal of Feminist Studies in Religion 12.2 (1996): 121-137. Print.

Tsoffar, Ruth. "Book Reviews: The Stains of Culture: An Ethno-Reading of Karaite Jewish Women." American Ethnologist 37 (2010): 174-175. Print.

Umansky, Ellen M.. "Representations of Jewish Women in the Works and Life of Elizabeth Stern." Modern Judaism 13.2 (1993): 165-176. Print.

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