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February 14, 2012 by

Women’s Roundtable Podcast: Abortion in Israel

Here’s the latest from the Women’s Roundtable Podcast, with Lilith editor in chief Susan Weidman Schneider, Lilith assistant editor Sonia Isard, and the Forward’s Naomi Zeveloff and Gabrielle Birkner. In this installment, we take a look at abortion in Israel and the ways in which Jewish women are shaping American politics. Plus–the ladies tackle the topic of “what Jewish feminism means to me.”

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April 28, 2011 by

Women's Roundtable Podcast: Fashion and Feminist Rituals

Here’s the latest from the Women’s Roundtable Podcast, with Lilith editor in chief Susan Weidman Schneider, Lilith assistant editor Sonia Isard, and the Forward’s Debra Nussbaum Cohen and Gabrielle Birkner. In this installment, we take a look at the importance of fashion to Jewish women today, and how Passover rituals are connected to feminist consciousness. Join the conversation in the comments section below!

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January 17, 2011 by

Women’s Roundtable Podcast: Wage Gaps and the Pill

Introducing the latest podcast from the Women’s Roundtable, a collaboration between Lilith and the Forward’s Sisterhood blog

This month, Lilith’s editor in chief Susan Weidman Schneider and assistant editor Sonia Isard chat with Gabrielle Birkner and Jane Eisner of the Forward about the latest hot topics, including the ever-present pay gap between men and women–even in the Jewish communal workforce and whether or not oral contraceptives have led to a fertility crisis.

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October 6, 2010 by

New from the Women's Roundtable Podcast

Listen in on the latest conversation with Lilith’s editor in chief Susan Weidman Schneider and assistant editor Sonia Isard. This time, we’re chatting with Gabrielle Birkner and Jane Eisner of the Forward about:

* Feminists reframing the joys of cooking,
* Jane Eisner’s first-hand report on violence against women in Haiti now,
* The memorable $#*! our moms say.

Enjoy!

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July 13, 2010 by

New Podcast: The Jewish Women's Roundtable!

New podcast from the Jewish Women’s Roundtable, a collaboration between Lilith and the Forward’s Sisterhood blog.

Here, the Forward’s web editor Gabrielle Birkner talks with Lilith editor in chief Susan Weidman Schneider, Lilith assistant editor Sonia Isard, and the Forward’s editor, Jane Eisner. Listen in on our conversation on everything from Jewish anti-choice organizations, to a new pitch for a reality television show, to our own “click” moments.

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Enjoy! And join in the conversation in the comments section below.

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May 24, 2010 by

Podcasts: Exclusive Lectures! Three Scholars on Jewish American Women in History

On April 12, 2010, Lilith Magazine and the American Jewish Historical Society held an exclusive event at the Society’s archives, bringing in three noted scholars to teach about American Jewish women’s history. Now, Lilith brings these amazing talks to you! Listen to Dr. Annie Polland, Prof. Hasia Diner and Prof. Deborah Dash Moore as they bring three generations of Jewish American history to life.

Dr. Annie Polland unveils 19th-century Jewish American history as encapsulated in the stories behind two sets of candle sticks. Don’t miss Prof. Hasia Diner telling the unknown history of Jewish women in colonial times. And enjoy Prof. Deborah Dash Moore teaching about the value of documents as she weaves a mosaic of Jewish women in the 20th century based on the prompts of actual archival items in the possession of the American Jewish Historical Society.

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Thanks to all of these writers, thinkers and artists for making the event such a smashing success:

Ilene Beckerman, Frances Brandt, Leela Corman, Naomi Danis, Deborah Dash Moore, Suzi Dessel, Hasia Diner, Susan Dworkin, Lynne Feldman, Harriet Finck, Johanna Hurwitz, Rachel Kadish, Deborah Kass, Lauren Katzowitz Shenfield, Evan Kingsley, Irena Klepfisz, Laura Kruger, Elizabeth Langer, Cynthia Leder, Nechama Liss-Levinson, Anat Litwin, Susan Malbin, Faye Moskowitz, Marian Nash, Annie Polland, Lilly Rivlin, Flash Rosenberg, Joan Roth, Diane Samuels, Susan Weidman Schneider, Leslie Sewell, Myra Shapiro, Ronda Small, Amy Stone, Betsy Teutsch, Sylvie Weil, Melanie Weiss, Henriette Wenkart, Toni Young, and Yona Zeldis McDonough.

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April 27, 2010 by

The Inaugural Lilith Sisterhood Podcast

Listen in to the Forward’s web editor Gabrielle Birkner in conversation with Lilith editor in chief Susan Weidman Schneider, Lilith associate editor Melanie Weiss, and the Forward’s editor, Jane Eisner.

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March 16, 2010 by

A Reading from Naomi Replansky

Bronx-born poet Naomi Replansky, now 91 years old, reads her poems in this exclusive Lilith podcast.



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She has published the collections Ring Song (Scribners, 1952; a National Book Award finalist), Twenty-One Poems, Old and New (Gingko Press, 1988), and The Dangerous World: New and Selected Poems, 1934-1994 (Another Chicago Press, 1994), with more work being brought out by David Godine in the coming year. Grace Paley described Replansky’s poems as “a music for which readers of poetry have been lonesome for years.”

Replansky puts her oral poetry influences in chronological order: “Mother Goose to begin with. I once wrote, ‘Mother Goose/ Was my metrical muse.’ When I was 10 or 11, it was Kipling’s ballads (‘For they’re hanging Danny Deever in the morning’). At 13 or 14, it was the profound experience of hearing Marian Anderson singing spirituals on the radio, in particular, ‘Sometimes I Feel Like a Motherless Child’. From age 15-17, it was reading the English and Scottish ballads. All this was of course in addition to other poetic influences, with different kinds of verbal music.”

Replansky’s deep, rich voice faithfully conveys the colors and nuances of her poems, whether those poems are her most intensely sorrowful or
mischievous and ironic. The seven poems read here showcase her impressive range, and the tones she strikes—verbal, emotional, and intellectual—are remarkably full and varied, particularly in such a short reading.

–Patricia Grossman

Patricia Grossman’s new novel, Radiant Daughter, is forthcoming from Northwestern University Press.

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January 21, 2010 by

Interview with Senior Editor Susan Schnur

Associate Editor Melanie Weiss had an opportunity to sit down with Senior Editor Susan Schnur to discuss the Winter 2009-10 issue and its compelling theme, Our Bodies: It’s Complicated.

Listen in on Susan Schnur’s thoughts and meditations about the articles in this issue and how it came together as a whole.

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Don’t forget–you can find Lilith podcasts in the iTunes store, as well–download them for free!

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December 16, 2009 by

“Zhid”-The Lilith Fiction Podcast Series

The next installment of the Lilith Fiction Podcast series is here!

In “Zhid,” rose-petal jam and stolen furs lure a young immigrant mother in 1940s America. The story, which first ran in the Spring 2002 issue of Lilith, is read by its author, writer and Lilith fiction editor Yona Zeldis McDonough.

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Plus, don’t forget: the Lilith podcasts are available through iTunes (just click here to launch it), where you can sign up to receive each new podcast automatically! If you’re playing this on your browser window, don’t worry if it takes a few moments to load.

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