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Gender in Jewish Studies


Proceedings of the Sherman Conversations 2017


Volume 13 of Melilah, an interdisciplinary electronic journal concerned with Jewish law, history, literature, religion, culture and thought in the ancient, medieval and modern eras.
Publisher: Gorgias Press LLC
SKU (ISBN): 978-1-4632-4056-1
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Publication Status: In Print

Publication Date: Nov 6,2019
Interior Color: Black
Trim Size: 7 x 10
Page Count: 164
Language: English
ISBN: 978-1-4632-4056-1
$69.00
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Volume 13 of Melilah, an interdisciplinary electronic journal concerned with Jewish law, history, literature, religion, culture and thought in the ancient, medieval and modern eras.

Contents:

Introduction: Five Decades of Gender in Jewish Studies.

  1. Judith R. Baskin and Katja Stuerzenhofecker, The Joy of Wisdom. An Interview with Judith R. Baskin.
  2. Ruth Gilbert, Jewish Gender Studies and Contemporary Literary Criticism.
  3. Tamar S. Drukker, Response to Ruth Gilbert.
  4. Melissa Raphael, The Impact of Gender on Jewish Religious Thought. Exemplar: Jewish Feminist Theology.
  5. Lindsey Taylor-Guthartz, Response to Melissa Raphael.
  6. Lisa Fishbayn Joffe, Gender and Jewish Law.
  7. Laliv Clenman, Response to Lisa Fishbayn Joffe.
  8. Naomi Graetz, Reflections on Feminist Jewish Approaches to the Bible and the Making of a Feminist Jew in Israel.
  9. Tali Artman Partock, Laughing in the Face of Patriarchy: Genesis Rabbah 17.
  10. Cecilia Haendler, Women and Priests in Tractate Hallah. Gender Readings in Rabbinic Literature.
  11. Etka Liebowitz, Women in Antiquity: From Marginalization to Prominence.
  12. Efraim Sicher, Jewish “Bad Girls”: Transgressive Narratives and Rebellious Daughters in Contemporary British Jewish Women’s Writing.
  13. Einat Ramon, Liquid Love, Trans-Humanism and Eugenics: On Paradoxes in Post-Gender Jewish Feminist Thought.

Cover: The Matrona, from the series Ghosts and Shadows: The Women Who Haunt the Talmud © 2012 Jacqueline Nicholls.

Volume 13 of Melilah, an interdisciplinary electronic journal concerned with Jewish law, history, literature, religion, culture and thought in the ancient, medieval and modern eras.

Contents:

Introduction: Five Decades of Gender in Jewish Studies.

  1. Judith R. Baskin and Katja Stuerzenhofecker, The Joy of Wisdom. An Interview with Judith R. Baskin.
  2. Ruth Gilbert, Jewish Gender Studies and Contemporary Literary Criticism.
  3. Tamar S. Drukker, Response to Ruth Gilbert.
  4. Melissa Raphael, The Impact of Gender on Jewish Religious Thought. Exemplar: Jewish Feminist Theology.
  5. Lindsey Taylor-Guthartz, Response to Melissa Raphael.
  6. Lisa Fishbayn Joffe, Gender and Jewish Law.
  7. Laliv Clenman, Response to Lisa Fishbayn Joffe.
  8. Naomi Graetz, Reflections on Feminist Jewish Approaches to the Bible and the Making of a Feminist Jew in Israel.
  9. Tali Artman Partock, Laughing in the Face of Patriarchy: Genesis Rabbah 17.
  10. Cecilia Haendler, Women and Priests in Tractate Hallah. Gender Readings in Rabbinic Literature.
  11. Etka Liebowitz, Women in Antiquity: From Marginalization to Prominence.
  12. Efraim Sicher, Jewish “Bad Girls”: Transgressive Narratives and Rebellious Daughters in Contemporary British Jewish Women’s Writing.
  13. Einat Ramon, Liquid Love, Trans-Humanism and Eugenics: On Paradoxes in Post-Gender Jewish Feminist Thought.

Cover: The Matrona, from the series Ghosts and Shadows: The Women Who Haunt the Talmud © 2012 Jacqueline Nicholls.

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Contributor Biography

Renate Smithuis

Renate Smithuis is Lecturer in Medieval Jewish Studies at the University of Manchester. She has a PhD from the University of Manchester. Her research has focused on medieval science and the Genizah collection of the John Rylands University Library of Manchester.

Katja Stuerzenhofecker

Introduction: Five Decades of Gender in Jewish Studies.
1. Judith R. Baskin and Katja Stuerzenhofecker, The Joy of Wisdom. An Interview with Judith R. Baskin.
2. Ruth Gilbert, Jewish Gender Studies and Contemporary Literary Criticism.
3. Tamar S. Drukker, Response to Ruth Gilbert.
4. Melissa Raphael, The Impact of Gender on Jewish Religious Thought. Exemplar: Jewish Feminist Theology.
5. Lindsey Taylor-Guthartz, Response to Melissa Raphael.
6. Lisa Fishbayn Joffe, Gender and Jewish Law.
7. Laliv Clenman, Response to Lisa Fishbayn Joffe.
8. Naomi Graetz, Reflections on Feminist Jewish Approaches to the Bible and the Making of a Feminist Jew in Israel.
9. Tali Artman Partock, Laughing in the Face of Patriarchy: Genesis Rabbah 17.
10. Cecilia Haendler, Women and Priests in Tractate Hallah. Gender Readings in Rabbinic Literature.
11. Etka Liebowitz, Women in Antiquity: From Marginalization to Prominence.
12. Efraim Sicher, Jewish “Bad Girls”: Transgressive Narratives and Rebellious Daughters in Contemporary British Jewish Women’s Writing.
13. Einat Ramon, Liquid Love, Trans-Humanism and Eugenics: On Paradoxes in Post-Gender Jewish Feminist Thought.

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