Jewish Women

Jewish Women: Selected full-text books and articles

The World of Our Mothers: The Lives of Jewish Immigrant Women By Sydney Stahl Weinberg University of North Carolina Press, 1988
A Jewish Feminine Mystique? Jewish Women in Postwar America By Hasia R. Diner; Shira Kohn; Rachel Kranson Rutgers University Press, 2010
On Women & Judaism: A View from Tradition By Blu Greenberg Jewish Publication Society of America, 1998
Tradition in a Rootless World: Women Turn to Orthodox Judaism By Lynn Davidman University of California Press, 1991
Jews and Gender: The Challenge to Hierarchy By Jonathan Frankel Oxford University Press, 2000
Becoming American: Jewish Women Immigrants 1880-1920 By Schreier, Barbara History Today, Vol. 44, No. 3, March 1994
Different Voices: Women and the Holocaust By Carol Rittner; John K. Roth Paragon House, 1993
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Educated and Ignorant: Ultraorthodox Jewish Women and Their World By Tamar El-Or; Haim Watzman Lynne Rienner Publishers, 1994
The JPS Guide to Jewish Women: 600 B.C.E.To 1900 C.E. By Emily Taitz; Sondra Henry; Cheryl Tallan Jewish Publication Society, 2003
The Maiden of Ludmir: A Jewish Holy Woman and Her World By Nathaniel Deutsch University of California Press, 2003
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