by Susan Sapiro

Feminist Scholarship.New

The ways we are

Scholarly exploration has been a hallmark of the Jewish feminist movement. Women (and some Men) of the Book have contributed new critical insights to all disciplines, analyzing the Jewish experience from a feminist perspective. Some are studies in traditional areas—Jewish history, Bible, and so forth. Other work, equally rigorous, pushes the envelope a little, demonstrating how much intriguing analysis Jewish thought is susceptible to. Here, LILITH inaugurates a column which will appear intermittently, offering a sampling of current Jewish feminist scholarship produced by graduate and undergraduate students, [Names of academic advisers are bracketed.]

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