Between feminism and Orthodox Judaism : resistance, identity, and religious change in Israel / / by Yael Israel-Cohen.
In Between Feminism and Orthodox Judaism , Yael Israel-Cohen offers an analysis of the activism and identity of women considered at the forefront of the feminist challenge to Orthodoxy. Through a look at women’s battle over synagogue ritual and the ordination of women rabbis, an intricate and comple...
|Year of Publication:||2012|
|Series:||Jewish Identities in a Changing World
|Physical Description:||1 online resource (161 pages)|
|Notes:||Description based upon print version of record.|
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- Preliminary Material
- Chapter One: Religious Change and Women’s Agency in Conservative Religions
- Chapter Two: Modern Orthodox Judaism and Women’s Standing
- Chapter Three: Methodology
- Chapter Four: The Battle over Women’s Standing in Synagogue Ritual
- Chapter Five: Orthodox Women Rabbis? “It’s Only a Matter of Time”
- Chapter Six: The Cultural Contextualization of Orthodox Feminist Identity
- Chapter Seven: Orthodox Feminists Talk about Feminism in a Wider Perspective
- Chapter Eight: The Trend Towards an Increasingly Hybrid and Pluralistic Orthodoxy
- Chapter Nine: The Present and the Future of Orthodox Feminism