by Reena Sigman Friedman

Amsterdam Museum Chronicles 700 Years of Jewish Women’s Experience

A compendium of Jewish law painstakingly copied by a 14th-century Dutch Jewish woman scribe… a special prayer book for Jewish women (Amsterdam, 1882)… a photo of the first woman rabbi ordained by the Conservative movement… a text of a prayer celebrating a Jewish woman’s transition to middle age… an egalitarian Reform marriage contract…

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