by Pamela S. Nadell

In Vienna, Jewish Feminists Gather

In February, more than a hundred European Jewish women, joined by a sprinkling of Americans and Israelis, convened in Vienna for the sixth international Bet Debora Conference. More than a decade ago, as German Jewish life surged anew after the Berlin Wall came tumbling down, activists seized the moment, bent on inserting feminism into the emerging Jewish world.

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