Tuesday, November 18, 2008

Nashim volume 16, special issue on Women and Books

Date: Mon, 17 Nov 2008 16:54:26 -0500
From: "Mendelsohn, Adam D"
Subject: TOC: Nashim, 16, Fall 2008

Subject: TOC for Nashim 16
Sent: Monday, November 17, 2008 12:02 PM

Consulting Editor: Wendy Zierler

Wendy Zierler, Introduction 5

Michael Riegler and Judith R. Baskin, =93May the Writer Be Strong=94:
Medieval Hebrew Manuscripts Copied by and for Women 9

Iris Parush, Gender, Penmanship and the Primacy of Speech
over Writing in the Jewish Society of Galicia and Eastern Europe
in the Second Half of the Nineteenth Century 29

Wendy Zierler, Hava Shapiro=92s Letters to Reuven Brainin 67

Hagit Cohen, The Demands of Integration=97The Challenges of
Ethnicization: Jewish Women=92s Yiddish Reading Circles
in North America between the Two World Wars 98

Eliyana R. Adler, Reading Rayna Batya:
The Rebellious Rebbetzin as Self-Reflection 130
Sheila E. Jelen, Women and Jewish Literature 153


Vincent Vilmain, A Woman within Zionism:
The Path of Myriam Schach (1867=961956) 174


Israeli Women=92s Leadership Today: A Panel Discussion 196

Resident Artist:
Judith Margolis, The Illuminations of Ellen Frank 215

Poems by Dahlia Ravikovitch, translated by Chana Bloch and
Chana Kronfeld 224

The Spectacular Difference: Selected Poems by Zelda,
translated with an Introduction and notes by Marcia Falk,
reviewed by Henny Wenkart 234

Eva Martin Sartori and Madeleine Cottenet-Hage (eds.),
Daughters of Sarah: Anthology of Jewish Women Writing in French,
reviewed by Paula E. Hyman 239

Edward Fram, My Dear Daughter: Rabbi Benjamin Slonik and the
Education of Jewish Women in Sixteenth-Century Poland,
reviewed by Moshe Rosman 242

Anne Lapidus Lerner, Eternally Eve: Images of Eve in the Hebrew Bible,
Midrash, and Modern Poetry, reviewed by Wendy Zierler 248

Ellen Frankel, The Five Books of Miriam:
A Woman=92s Commentary on the Torah,
reviewed by Aaron M. Singer 253

Call for Papers, Nashim no. 19
Women and Jewish Poetry 266

Call for Papers, Nashim no. 20
Jewish Women and Philanthropy 268

Contributors to This Issue 270

(taken from H-Judaic)

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