5 edition of Gender, Place and Memory in the Modern Jewish Experience found in the catalog.
August 2003 by Mitchell Vallentine & Company .
Written in English
|Contributions||Judith Tydor Baumel (Editor), Tova Cohen (Editor)|
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|Number of Pages||297|
Gender and Timebound Commandments in Judaism The rule that exempts women from rituals that need to be performed at speciﬁc times (so-called timebound, positive commandments) has served for centuries to stabilize Jewish gender. It has provided a rationale for women’s centrality at home and their absence from the synagogue.
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Gender, place, and memory in the modern Jewish experience: re-placing ourselves / editors, Judith Tydor Baumel, Tova Cohen Publication | Library Call Number: DSG36 Series.
: Place and Memory in the Modern Jewish Experience book, Place and Memory in the Modern Jewish Experience: Replacing Ourselves (Parkes-Wiener Series on Jewish Studies) (): Baumel, Judith Tydor, Cohen, Tova: BooksFormat: Paperback.
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Gender and Jewish History considers the impact of gender on Jewish religious practices and political behavior, educational accomplishments and communal structures, acculturation and choice of occupations.
The book stimulates conversations on such topics as Jewish women's creativity and spirituality, violence against women, Jews' reactions to 4/4(1). "A Major Collection of Scholarship that Contains the most up-to-Date, Indeed Cutting-Edge Work on Gender and Jewish History by Several Generations of Top Scholars."Atina Grossmann, the Cooper UnionBy Revealing the Importance of gender in interpreting the Jewish past, this collection of original essays highlights the profound influence that feminist scholarship has had on the study of Jewish Reviews: 1.
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Gender and Judaism is a radical, emerging subfield at the intersection of gender studies and Jewish studies. Gender studies centers on interdisciplinary research on the phenomenon of gender.
It focuses on cultural representations of gender and people's lived experience. Jewish studies is a field that looks at Jews and Judaism, through such. “Gendered Perceptions and Self-Perceptions of Memory and Revenge: Jewish DPs in Occupied Post-War Germany as Victims, Villains and Survivors.” In Gender, Place and Memory in the Modern Jewish Experience, edited by Judith Tydor-Baumel and Tova Cohen, 78– London: ; Lavsky, Hagit.
Gender and Memory, the fourth volume of the International Yearbook of Oral History and Life Stories, explores the issue of the shaping of memory by gender. Are the different ways in which men and women are recalled in public and private memory, and also the differences in men's and women's own memories Place and Memory in the Modern Jewish Experience book similar experiences, simply reflections.
Place and Memory in the Modern Jewish Experience book Hyman explains how Jewish women in Eastern Europe and the United States struggled under the weight of "assimilation" during the age of Jewish This book points toward the universalist possibility, reminding the reader that many patriarchal societies share common elements, particularly high expectations placed upon women and intrinsic bias /5.
Every morning Jewish men offering their prayers to God in the traditional manner Gender the line Gender are you Lord our God, King of the universe who has not made me a woman. Regardless of one's interpretation of this line, Gender is an inescapable fact that traditional Judaism views women and men and their places within Judaism quite differently.
— Jewish Daily Forward “Marion A. Kaplan and Deborah Dash Moore have created a worthy tribute to Hyman's pioneering role in establishing gender as an essential component in the scholarly interpretation of the Jewish experience. ” — H-Judaic “Gender and Jewish History makes an important contribution to our understanding in three ways.
The feminine internal nature can be observed in the enormous weight women place on relationships, which by definition are personal and private. Modern psychology confirms this key distinction. The best-selling book, Men Are from Mars, Women Are from Venus by Dr. John Gray, advances the idea that women are more "relationship-based" than men.
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Journal of Modern Jewish Studies: Vol. 18, Gender, Sexuality and Queer in Modern Jewish Studies, pp. Author: Frederick S. Roden. Gender, Place and Memory in the Modern Jewish This book is an expression of how the different memories of different gendered experiences affected the Jewish attitudes towards modernity.
Focusing on three geographical centers - pre-war and wartime Europe, the United States and Israel, the fifteen articles provide a /5(12). Finalist, National Jewish Book Award for Modern Jewish Thought and Experience, presented by the Jewish Book Council Winner, Jordan Schnitzer Book Award, in the Jewish Literature and Linguistics Category, given by the Association for Jewish Studies.
Paula Hyman's masterful and provocative Gender and Assimilation in Modern Jewish History serves provides a most lucid synthesis of two key issues in modern Jewish history: assimilation and the intimate connection between it and shifts in the meaning of gender for Jews as they confronted modernity.
Hyman, a distinguished historian of the modern Jewish experience is an author (with Sonya Michel. Book Review: The Gender of Memory Febru in Books by Twentieth-Century China Hershatter, Gail. The Gender of Memory: Rural Women and China’s Collective Past. Berkeley: University of California Press,xii, pp.
$ (cloth). By Nicole Elizabeth Barnes. Beth S. Wenger is Moritz and Josephine Berg Professor of History at the University of Pennsylvania where she served as Chair of the History Department for six ’s most recent book is a co-edited anthology (with Firoozeh Kashani-Sabet), titled Gender in Judaism and Islam: Common Lives, Uncommon Heritage (New York University Press, ).
Autobiography and memoir. The awards in the Autobiography and memoir category, the Krauss Family Awards in Memory of Simon & Shulamith (Sofi) Goldberg, are presented to authors of a family history, autobiography, personal memoir either of a Jew or family of being significantly related to the Jewish experience.
There was no winner of the National Jewish Book Award in the Autobiography and. Oxford University Press is a department of the University of Oxford. It furthers the University's objective of excellence in research, scholarship, and education by publishing worldwide.
Notions of place have always permeated Jewish life and consciousness. The Babylonian Talmud was pitted against the Jerusalem Talmud; the worlds of Sepharad and Ashkenaz were viewed as two pillars of the Jewish experience; the diaspora was conceived as a wholly different experience from that of Eretz Israel; and Jews from Eastern Europe and “German Jews” were often seen as mirror opposites.
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Author Bio Robert F. Alegre is an assistant professor of history and affiliated faculty in the Women’s and Gender Studies Program at the University of New England.
This book provides a rich and wide-ranging analysis of Jewish history and culture, relating them to theories of modernity and postmodernity and to recent debates on ethnicity and postcolonialism.
Issues addressed include psychoanalysis and gender, literary anti-semitism, (post)modernity and the Jew, and the memory of the Holocaust. A Foreword by Homi Bhabha and an Afterword by Paul Gilroy. Gender, Place, and Memory in the Modern Jewish Experience: Re-Placing) Ourselves, (with Prof.
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Go to. She also received the Richard S. Dunn Award for Distinguished Teaching. Her teaching interests vary widely from broad surveys of modern European and American Jewish history, to courses on Holocaust memory, contemporary Jewish culture, American religious history, gender and Jewish history, as well as many other courses.
The program in Jewish studies at Smith College explores the history, literature, arts, politics, philosophy, culture, religion and languages of the Jewish people from its origins in ancient Israel through contact with major world civilizations over the course of a global diaspora extending more than two millennia.
S ome time this year the Reform movement will issue its new High Holy Day prayerbook, for the first time putting between hard covers a major liturgical work incorporating “gender-sensitive” language. Gender sensitivity is the rubric that for two decades has been used to purge Reform worship of masculine imagery and symbolism and to replace it, gradually, with sexually neutral or (in some.
Many of us who teach Women and Judaism courses have longed for a good book that would serve to introduce students to the many concerns in Israeli feminist scholarship and life.
This book fits the bill.” Lynn Davidman, Robert M. Beren Distinguished Professor of Modern Jewish Studies and Professor of Sociology, University of Kansas. Jewish law does indeed categorize people with mixed physical, sexual traits. A missing penis, or both male and female organs.
It doesn’t recognize a distinction between gender and sex as the transgender movement does. The transgender movement is not defined by missing or ambiguous genitalia like those described Mishna and Talmud. Memoirs have proven to be an increasingly important source for Jewish historians, and particularly for those interested in the impact of modern society on Jewish identity.
This tutorial will consider modern Jewish history by focusing on such individual voices. Gender, Families and Transmission in the Contemporary Jewish Context ix Doctor Martine Gross is a social science research engineer, member of the Centre of National Scientific Research (CNRS) working at CéSor Laboratory (Center for Social Research on Religion – Paris, EHESS/CNRS).
Disraeli's Jewishness by Todd M. Endelman,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.3/5(2). STUDY QUESTIONS. Paula Hyman, "Gender and the Immigrant Jewish Experience in the United States" in Judith Baskin, ed., Jewish Women in Historical Perspective (Detroit, ): When East European Jews migrated to the United States in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries as part of that vast wave labeled the New Immigration, women were an important component of the newcomers.
Its contributors engage with traditional Jewish texts, Jewish and non-Jewish social and religious practices, and anti-Semitic discourses on Jews; at the same time, Jewish Masculinities focuses closely on German and German Jewish cultures and contexts.
the book builds on a growing body of scholarship on gender and Jewish culture and uses the. The partners’ archives comprise the world’s largest and most comprehensive archive of the modern Jewish experience outside of Israel.
The collections span a thousand years, with more than 5 miles of archival documents (in dozens of languages and alphabet systems), more thanvolumes, as well as thousands of artworks, textiles, ritual. Storm from Paradise The Politics of Jewish Memory ”An essay in the richest sense of that term, inspired by and modeled on Walter Benjamin’s essays.
Based on varied, diverse, and abundantly cross-disciplinary readings, it moves and builds, questions and interrogates, and ultimately convinces us that the Jewish experience with being the ‘other’ and, conversely and recently, with.
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Individualization – the essence of modernity – is at work in the Jewish world, as it is elsewhere, and new identities are emerging and question the transmission of Jewish.Indiana University Bloomington.
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