Jewish Women’s Bibliography organized by Topic/Subject Historical Studies United States

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Jewish Women’s Bibliography organized by Topic/Subject

Historical Studies - United States:

  • Abrams, Jeanne E. Jewish Women Pioneering the Frontier Trail: A History in the American West. NY: New York University Press, 2006.

  • Antler, Joyce. The Journey Home: How Jewish Women Shaped Modern America. NY: Schocken Books, 1997.

  • Antler, Joyce, ed. Talking Back: Images of Jewish Women in American Popular Culture. Hanover, NH: Brandeis University Press, 1998.

  • Antler, Joyce. You Never Call! You Never Write! A History of the Jewish Mother. NY: Oxford University Press, 2007.

  • Ashton, Dianne. Rebecca Gratz: Women and Judaism in Antebellum America. Detroit: Wayne State University Press, 1996.

  • Baum, Charlotte, Paula Hyman, and Sonya Michel. The Jewish Woman in America. NY: Dial Press, 1976.

  • Diner, Hasia and Benderly, and Beryl Lieff. Her Works Praise Her: A History of Jewish Women in America from Colonial Times to the Present. NY: Basic Books, 2002.

  • Glenn, Susan. Daughters of the Shtetl: Life and Labor in the Immigrant Generation. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 1990.

  • Goldman, Karla. Beyond the Synagogue Gallery: Finding a Place for Women in American Judaism. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 2000.

  • Hyman, Paula E. Gender and Assimilation in Modern Jewish History: The Roles and Representations of Women. Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1995.

  • Igra, Anna R. Wives without Husbands: Marriage, Desertion, and Welfare in New York, 1900-1935. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2007.

  • Kuzmack, Linda Gordon. Woman's Cause: The Jewish Woman's Movement in England and the United States, 1881-1933. Columbus: Ohio State University Press, 1990.

  • Marcus, Jacob R. The American Jewish Woman, 1654-1980. NY: Ktav Publishing, 1981.

  • Marcus, Jacob R. The American Jewish Woman: A Documentary History. NY: Ktav Publishing, 1981.

  • Nadell, Pamela. American Jewish Women's History: A Reader. NY: New York University Press, 2003.

  • Nadell, Pamela and Jonathan D. Sarna, eds. Women and American Judaism: Historical Perspectives. Hanover, NH: Brandeis University Press, 2001.

  • Nadell, Pamela. Women Who Would Be Rabbis: A History of Women's Ordination, 1889-1985. Boston: Beacon Press, 1998.

  • Orleck, Annelise. Common Sense and a Little Fire: Women and Working-Class Politics in the United States, 1900-1965. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1995.

  • Prell, Riv-Ellen. Fighting to Become Americans: Assimilation and the Trouble between Jewish Women and Jewish Men. Boston: Beacon Press, 1999.

  • Prell, Riv-Ellen, ed. Women Remaking American Judaism. Detroit: Wayne State University Press, 2007.

  • Reinharz, Shulamit and Mark A. Raider, eds. American Jewish Women and the Zionist Enterprise. Hanover, NH: Brandeis University Press, 2005.

  • Rogow, Faith. Gone to Another Meeting: The National Council of Jewish Women, 1893-1993. Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press, 1993.

  • Schloff, Linda Mack. And Prairie Dogs Weren't Kosher: Jewish Women in the Upper Midwest Since 1855. Minneapolis: Minnesota Historical Society Press, 1995.

  • Schultz, Debra. Going South: Jewish Women in the Civil Rights Movement. NY: New York University Press, 2001.

  • Schwartz, Shuly Rubin. The Rabbi's Wife: The Rebbetzin in American Jewish Life. NY: New York University Press, 2006.

  • Schor, Esther H. Emma Lazarus. NY: Nextbook: Schocken, 2006.

  • Shargel, Baila Round. Female Leadership in the American Jewish Community: Bessie Gotsfeld and the Mizrachi Women's Organization of America. Landham, MD: University Press of America, 2007.

  • Simmons, Erica B. Hadassah and the Zionist Project. Landham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, 2006.

  • Weinberg, Sydney Stahl. The World of Our Mothers: The Lives of Jewish Immigrant Women. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1988.

Contemporary Approaches and Feminist Theologies

  • Adler, Rachel. Engendering Judaism: An Inclusive Theology and Ethics. Philadelphia: Jewish Publication Society, 1998.

  • Greenberg, Blu. On Women and Judaism: A View From Tradition. Philadelphia: Jewish Publication Society, 1981.

  • Heschel, Susannah, ed. On Being a Jewish Feminist: A Reader. NY: Schocken Books, 1983.

  • Plaskow, Judith. The Coming of Lilith: Essays on Feminism, Judaism, and Sexual Ethics, 1972-2003. Boston: Beacon Press, 2005.

  • Plaskow, Judith. Standing Again at Sinai: Judaism from a Feminist Perspective. NY: Harper & Row, 1990.

  • Reimer, Gail Twersky and Judith A. Kates, eds. Beginning Anew: A Woman's Companion to the High Holy Days. NY: Simon & Schuster, 1997.

  • Ruttenberg, Danya, ed. Yentl's Revenge: The Next Wave of Jewish Feminism. Seattle: Seal Press, 2001.

Memoirs/Autobiographies (United States)

  • Antin, Mary. The Promised Land: The Autobiography of a Russian Immigrant. Numerous editions, orig. 1912.

  • Calof, Rachel. Rachel Calof's Story: Jewish Homesteader on the Northern Plains. J. Sanford Rikoon, ed. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1995.

  • Chernin, Kim. In My Mother's House. New Haven: Ticknor & Fields, 1983.

  • Cohen, Rose. Out of the Shadow: A Russian Jewish Girlhood on the Lower East Side. Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1995.

  • Feld, Merle. A Spiritual Life: A Jewish Feminist Journey. Albany: SUNY Press, 1999.

  • Firestone, Tirzah. With Roots in Heaven. NY: Dutton, 1998.

  • Goldman, Emma. Living My Life. NY: Knopf, 1931.

  • Gornick, Vivian. Fierce Attachments: A Memoir. NY: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 1987.

  • Kohut, Rebecca. My Portion (An Autobiography) . NY: T. Seltzer, 1925.

  • Lerner, Gerda. Fireweed: A Political Autobiography. Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 2002.

  • Ner-David, Haviva. Life on the Fringes: A Feminist Journey Toward Traditional Rabbinic Ordination. Needham, MA: JFL Books, 2000.

  • Roiphe, Anne Richardson. 1185 Park Avenue. NY: Free Press, 1999.

  • Simon, Kate. Bronx Primitive: Portraits in a Childhood. NY: Viking Press, 1982.

  • Spewack, Bella. Streets: A Memoir of the Lower East Side. NY: The Feminist Press, 1995.


  • Hyman, Paula and Deborah Dash Moore, eds. Jewish Women in America: An Historical Encyclopedia. NY: Routledge, 1997.

  • Hyman, Paula and Dalia Ofer, eds. Jewish Women: A Comprehensive Historical Encyclopedia (on CD-ROM). Philadelphia: Jewish Publication Society, 2006.

  • Guberman, Jayne K., editor. In Our Own Voices: A Guide to Conducting Life History Interviews with American Jewish Women. Brookline, MA: Jewish Women's Archive, 2005.

  • Umansky, Ellen. M. and Dianne Ashton, eds. Four Centuries of Jewish Women's Spirituality: A Sourcebook. Boston: Beacon Press, 1992.


Life Cycle

  • Adolescence

    • "Religious Development in Adolescence: A Work in Progress," Goldmintz, Jay. Tradition, 37:4, Winter 2003, 50-68.

    • Mystics, Mavericks, and Merrymakers: An Intimate Journey Among Hasidic Girls. Levine, Stephanie Wellen. New York University Press, 2003.

  • Single Women

    • "Life As a Happy Single Person," Jaye, Devora. Jewish Action, Spring 2008, 62-63.

    • "Non-Nuclear Families in a Traditional World," Katz, Joan Sadinoff and Bulow, Shoshana. JOFA 5th International Conference, 2004.

  • Marriage

    • "Improving Chatan/Kallah Education: A Piece of C.A.K.E," Lasson, Dr. Jonathon M.. Jewish Action, Fall, 2000, 4-5.

    • "What's the Truth about ... a Chatan and Kallah Not Seeing Each Other Before the Wedding?," Zivotofsky, Ari. Jewish Action, 65:4, 2005.

  • Fertility and Birth

    • "Giving Birth: The Voices of Orthodox Jewish Women Living in Canada ," Semenic, Sonia E., Callister, Lynn Clark, Feldman, Perle . Journal of Obstetric, Gynecologic, Neonatal Nursing, 33:1 , 2004, 80-87.

    • "Natural Childbirth: May the Husband Attend?," Steinberg, Avraham. JHCS, 2, 1981, 107-122.

    • "Sex Selection and Halakhic Ethics: A Contemporary Discussion," Wolowelsky, Joel B and Grazi, Richard V.; Brander Kenneth; Freundel, Barry; Friedman, Michelle; Goldberg Judah, Greenberger, Ben; Kaplan, Feige; Reichman, Edward; and Zimmerman Deena. Tradition, 40:1, Spring 2007, 45-78.

    • "Tumah: Birth and Sadness," Wein, Esther. OU Radio

    • "Family Planning: a Halakhic-Gender Perspective," Ir-Shay, Ronit. Nashim, 12, Fall, 2006, 95-128.

    • "Postponement of the Mitzvah of Procreation: A Response to Rabbi Dr. Binyamin Lau," Henkin, Yehuda Herzl. Milin Havivin, 3, December, 2007, 68-72.

    • "The Two Objectives of the Institution of Marriage," Lau, Binyamin. Milin Havivin, 3, December, 2007, 52-67.

    • "Family Planning and Halakha: The Postponement of Mitzvat Peru U-Revu," Roness, Yitzchak Avi. Milin Havivin, 3, December, 2007, 73-84.

    • "Contraception in Jewish Law," Rosner, Fred. Tradition, 12:2, 1971, 90-103.

    • "Halachic Aspects of Family Planning," Schachter, Herschel. JHCS, 4, 1982.

    • To Be A Jewish Woman. Aiken, Lisa. Jason Aronson, 1992.

  • Bat Mitzvah

    • "Celebration of the Bat Mitzvah," Cohen, Alfred S.. JHCS, 12, 1996.

    • Putting God on the Guest List: How to Reclaim the Spiritual Meaning of Your Child's Bar or Bat Mitzvah. Salkin, Rabbi Jeffrey K.. Jewish Lights, 1992.

Ritual Practice

  • Prayer

    • "Women And Prayer When Time is Short," Sperling, David. Nishmat

    • Rigshei Lev - Women and Tefillah: Perspectives, laws, and customs. Nissel, Menachem. Targum Press, Inc., 2001.

    • "Women and Prayer," Genack, Menachem. JHCS, LIII, Spring, 2007, 52-64.

    • "Are Women Obligated to Pray Daily?," Kasdan, Menachem M. JHCS, repetition, 1981.

    • "Nusach Feminist: (Review of Daniel Sperber’s "On Changes in Jewish Liturgy")," Student, Gil. Jewish Book Review, Nov. 3, 2010.

    • "Women's Obligation in Tefila and Women & Prayer - Specific Prayers," Frimer, Aryeh.

    • "Who Has Not Made Me A Woman: An Articulate Berakha," Feldman, Emanuel. Tradition, 29:4, 1995, 69-74.

    • "Who Has Not Made Me A Woman: A Quiet Berakha," Wolowelsky, Joel B. Tradition, 29:4, 1995, 61-68.

    • Jewish Women in Jewish Law. Meiselman, Moshe. Ktav, 1978.

    • A Jewish Woman's Prayer Book. Lavie, Aliza, ed.. Spiegel and Grau, 2008.

    • Daughters of the King: Women and the Synagogue. Grossman, Susan and

    • Techinas - A Voice from the Heart. Zakutinsky, Rivka. Aura Printing, Inc., July 1999.

  • Synagogue

    • "Women's Prayer Services - Theory and Practice," Frimer, Aryeh A.. Tradition, 32:2, 1998, 5-118.

    • "Women's Minyanim," Bleich, J. David. Contemporary Halakhic Problems, Vol III, 1995.

    • "The Rav: On Zionism, Universalism and Feminism," Krauss, Simcha. Tradition, 34:2, 2000, 24-39.

    • "The Rav, Feminism and Public Policy: An Insider's Overview," Mieselman, Moshe. Tradition, 33:1, 1998, 5-30.

    • "Halakhic Values and Halakhic Decisions: Rav Soloveitchik's Pesak Regarding Women's Prayer Groups," Twersky, Mayer. Tradition, 32:3, 1998, 5-18.

    • "Lo Zo haDerekh: A Review of Rabbi Prof. Daniel Sperber's Darkah shel Halakha," Frimer, Aryeh A.. The Seforim Blog, June, 2008.

    • "Partnership Minyanim," Frimer, Aryeh and Frimer, Dov. Text and Texture [blog], April 27, 2010.

    • "Separate Pews in the Synagogue: A Social and Psychological Approach," Lamm, Norman. Tradition, 1:2, 1959, 141-164.

    • "Communications: Women's Aliyyot in Contemporary Synagogues," Henkin, Rabbi Yehuda Herzl; Kanefsky, Rabbi Yosef; Katz, Dr. Ben Tzion; Rosthstein, Rabbi Gidon; Shapiro, Rabbi Mendel. Tradition, 41:1, Spring 2007, 102-121.

  • Table Rituals

    • "What's Right with Women and Zimmun," Zivitofsky, Ari Z. & Naomi. Judaism, 42:4, 1993, 453-464.

    • "'With Your Permission': Zimmun in Cyber-Halakha," Wolowelsky, Joel. Tradition, 41:2, 2008.

    • "The Eating Fellowship: An Exploration," Wolowelsky, Joel. Tradition, 16:3, 1977, 75-82.

    • "What's the Truth About ...Women's Zimun?," Zivotofsky, Ari Z.. Jewish Action, Fall 5760/1999.

  • Daily Practices

    • "The Relevence of Rationalisations: A Response to Chaim Rapoport," Aranoff, Yaffa. Le'ela, 51, June 2001, 59-63.

    • "The Status of Women in Halakhic Judaism," Berman, Saul. Tradition, 14:2, 1973, 5-28.

    • "Women and Judaism," Feldman, Emanuel. Tradition, 21:3, Fall, 1984.

    • "Women and Judaism: A Rejoinder," Meiselman, Moshe. Tradition, 15:3, 1975, 52-68.

    • "Women and the Shofar," Pianko, Arlene. Tradition, 14:4, 1974, 53-62.

    • "Response to Aranoff," Rapoport, Chaim. , 51, June 2001, 64-66.

    • "Why Women are Exempt From Positive Time-bound Commandments: Is There a True Torah View?," Rapoport, Chaim. Le'ela, 50, 2000, 53-64.


    • "Wine from Havdalah, Women and Beards," Zivotofsky, Ari Z.. Ḥakirah, the Flatbush Journal of Jewish Law and Thought, 10, 2010, 175-187.

    • "Hair Covering & Jewish Law: Biblical and Objective (Dat Moshe) or Rabbinic and Subjective (Dat Yehudit)?," Broyde, Michael. Tradition: A Journal of Orthodox Jewish Thought, 42:3, 2009, 97-179.

    • "Further on Women's Hair Covering: An Exchange - Tradition, Modesty and America: Married Women Covering Their Hair," Broyde, Michael J.. Judaism, 40:1, Winter, 1991, 79-94.

    • "A Review of the Recent Sheitel Controversy," Flug, Joshua. Journal of Halacha & Contemporary Society, XLIX, 2005, pp. 5-33.

    • "The Obligation of Married Women to Cover Their Hair," Schiller, Mayer. JHCS, 30, 1995, 81-108.

    • "Hair Covering and Jewish Law: A Response," Shulman,Eli Baruch; Broyde, Michael. Tradition: A Journal of Orthodox Jewish Thought, 43:2, 2010, 73-108.

    • "REVIEW ESSAY: A Lifetime Companion to the Laws of Jewish Family Life, by Deena R. Zimmerman ," Aviad Stollman. Meorot, 6:1, Shevat 5767.

    • "Introduction to the Film Tehora," Barack Fishman, Syliva. , November 2003.

    • "Deena R. Zimmerman A Lifetime Companion to the Laws of Jewish Family Life: Urim Publications, 2005; Eliashiv Knohl Man and Woman: Guidance for Newlyweds Hebrew 2nd Edition Shiluvim Institute 2005," Benovitz, Moshe. Nashim, 12, Fall, 2006, 309-329.

    • "Gynecological Procedures and Their Interface with Halacha," Brander, Kenneth. JHCS?, 42, 2001, 30-45.

    • "Halakhic Issues Presented by Breast Cancer," Englard-Schaffer, Naomi and Zimmerman, Dina. Tradition, 41:4, Winter, 2008, 33-53.

    • "Tevilah Issues," Friedman, David. JHCS, 18, 1989, 35-46.

    • "Infertility Counselling for Orthodox Jewish couples," Haimov-Kochman, Ronit; Rosenak, Daniel; Orvieto,Raoul; Hurwitz, Arye . Fertility and Sterility, 93:6, 2010, 1816-1819.

    • "Lived Regulations, Systemic Attributions: Menstrual Separation and Ritual Immersion in the Experience of Orthodox Jewish Women," Hartman, Tova and Naomi Marmon. Gender and Society, Vol. 18:3, June 2004, pp. 389-408.

    • "Response to "“The Halachot of Niddah – Reality and Ideal [Ha-halakha ve-hilkhot niddah – matzui ve-ratzui]” ," Responses to Daniel Rosenak. De'ot, 33, August 2007, 34-38.

    • "The Halakhot of Niddah-- The Reality and the Ideal [Ha-halakha ve-hilkhot niddah – matzui ve-ratzui]," Rosenak, Daniel. De'ot , 32, May 2007, 12-20.

    • "Review of: A Lifetime Companion to the Laws of Jewish Family Life, by Deena R. Zimmerman ," Stollman, Aviad. Meorot, 6:1, Jan 2007, 1-9.

    • "A project of Taharas Hamishpacha International".

    • "Mayim Rabim".

    • The Secret of Jewish Femininity: Insights into the Practice of Taharat HamMishpachah. Abramov, Tehilla and Touger, Malka. Targum Press, 1988.

    • Halachos of Niddah. Eider, Shimon. Feldhiem Publishers, 1989.

    • My Dear Daughter: Rabbi Benjamin Slonik and the Education of Jewish Women in Sixteenth-Century Poland. Fram, Edward. Hebrew Union College Press, 2007.

    • Daughter of Israel: Laws of Family Purity. Kahana, Kalman. Philipp Feldheim, Inc., February 2000.

    • Waters of Eden. Kaplan, Aryeh. National Conference of Syangogue Youth/ Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America, 1982.

    • Total Immersion: A Mikvah Anthology. Slonim, Rivkah Ed. Jason Aronson, 2002.

    • Women and Water: Mensturation in Jewish Life and Law. Wasserfall, Rachel R. Ed. Brandeis University Press, 1999.

    • A Lifetime Companion to the Laws of Jewish Family Life. Zimmerman, Deena. Urim, 2005.

    • "Women Vocalists," Bleich, JD. Contemporary Halakhic Problems, Ktav.

    • "Kol Isha," Cherney, Ben. JHCS, 10, 57-75.

    • The Modern Jewish Woman: A Unique Perspective. Handelman, Shayna Sara. Lubavitch Educational Foundation for Jewish Marriage Enrichment, 1981.

    • A Return to Modesty. Shalit, Wendy. Simon & Schuster, 1999.

  • The Jewish Calendar

    • HERitage and HIStory: Resource Book on Jewish Women Issues, Based Around Rosh Chodesh Activities, compiled by WUJS - World Union of Jewish Students.

    • "A Special Mitzvah: Shabbat Candles ," Breger, Jennifer. The Orthodox Jewish Woman and Ritual: Options and Opportunities - Shabbat, JOFA, 2000, 7-8.

    • "Women and Shabbat On A College Campus ," Dauber, Abi. The Orthodox Jewish Woman and Ritual: Options and Opportunities - Shabbat, JOFA, 2000, 16-17.

    • "Jewish Feminism and New Jewish Rituals," Goldstein, Elyse M. Candian Women Studies, 16:4, 1996.

    • "Tchina for Lighting Shabbat Candles," JOFA. The Orthodox Jewish Woman and Ritual: Options and Opportunities - Shabbat, JOFA, 2000, 8.

    • "Day of Rest, Day of Study: Women and Learning on Shabbat ," JOFA. The Orthodox Jewish Woman and Ritual: Options and Opportunities - Shabbat, 2000, 19-21.

    • "A Tchina for Putting Challah in the Oven in Shabbat," JOFA. The Orthodox Jewish Woman and Ritual: Options and Opportunities - Shabbat, JOFA, 2000, 9.

    • JOFA. JOFA Journal, VIII:1, Spring, 2009.

    • "Woman as High Priest: A Kabbalistic Prayer in Yiddish for Lighting Sabbath Candles," Weissler, Chava. Jewish History, 5, 1991.

    • "Rosh Hodesh - the Women's Holiday," Puterkovsky, Malka. Traditions and Celebrations for the Bat Mitzvah, URIM Publications, 2003.

    • HERitage and HIStory: Resource Book on Jewish Women Issues, Based Around Rosh Chodesh Activities, compiled by WUJS - World Union of Jewish Students.

    • "Forward to: Celebrating the New Moon: A Rosh Chodesh Anthology," Greenberg, Blu. Celebrating the New Moon: A Rosh Chodesh Anthology, 1996.

    • Rosh Hodesh: It's A Girl Thing!, compiled by Moving Traditions.

    • "To Satisfy Her Spirit: Women and Shofar," Berkovits, Rahel. JOFA Journal, 2003.

    • "The Songs of the Shofar: The Lessons of the Sons of Korah," Hubscher, Malka. Vehigadet Levitekh, 2003.

    • "Gazing Inwards on Rosh Hashanah," Jacobowitz, Tammy. JOFA Journal, 2003.

    • "Shedding Sin: The Scapegoat Ritual on Yom Kippur," Friedman, Rachel. Vehigadet Levitekh, 2004.

    • "Mikveh for Women on Erev Yom Kippur," Rapoport, Gitelle. Le'ela, 46, 1998, 29-38.

    • "Ushpizot," Kustanowitz, Esther. JOFA Journal, 1:4, 1999.

    • "Chart of Ushpizot" by Edell Greenberg, Suri.

    • May Women Touch a Torah Scroll?, compiled by Zlochower, Devorah.

    • "Dancing on the Edge," Gold, Batya. Jewish Actioin, 1999.

    • "Women and Chanukah Lights," Brawer, Dina. Le'ela 48 (53-58) 1999, 48, 1999, 53-58.

    • "Shining Outward: The Lights of Hanukah," Lieber, Julie.. Vehigadet Levitekh, JOFA, 2003.

    • "Hanukkah: The People's Holiday," Lockshin Bob, Channa. Vehigadet Levitekh, JOFA,, 2004.

    • "Women and the Reading of the Megillah," Weiss, Avraham. Torah U-Madda, 8, 1998, 295-317.

    • "Women and the Reading of the Megillah," Cohen, Alfred S. JHCS, 30, 1995, 25-41.

    • "Women's Megilla Readings," Frimer, Aryeh. Traditions and Celebrations for the Bat Mitzvah, 2003, 281-304.

    • "Women and Megillah Reading," Henkin, Rabbi Yehuda. Equality Lost: Essays in Torah Commentary, Halacha and Jewish Thought, Urim Publications, 1999.

    • "Women Reading Megillah: A Halakhic Analysis," Jesselsohn, Noa. JOFA, 2004.

    • "Esther and Mordechai: Partners in Salvation," Miller, Karen. , 2004.

    • "Important Women - A Socio-Halachic Definition," Engelberg Cohen, Yocheved. To Be a Jewish Woman, Proceedings of the Third International Conference: Women and Their Judaism, July 2003, pp. 17-22.

    • "In A Good Time," Goldstein Saks, Illana. Vehigadet Levitekh, JOFA, 2003.

    • "Women and the Fast of the Firstborn," Groner, Samuel. JOFA Journal, V, 1, 2004, 7.

    • "Towards Personal Redemption," Rosenfeld, Jennie. Vehigadet Levitekh, 2004.

    • "The Revelation at Mount Sinai: Creation, Exodus, and Faith," Friedman, Rachel. JOFA Journal, VI, 4, 2007, 2-4.

    • "For Men Only? Gendered Language in the Aseret Ha-Dibrot," Furst, Rachel. JOFA Journal, VI, 4, 2007, 16, 23.

    • "Addressing the Women First," Levine, Dr. Yael. JOFA Journal, VI, 4, 2007, 11.

    • "Hatzadeket Hazu - This Righteous Woman," Miller, Karen. Vehigadet Levitekh, 2005.

    • "Tehinat Hanashim Levinyan Hamikdash - The Supplication of the Mothers for the Rebuilding of the Temple: Excerpts and Commentary," Levine, Yael. Nashim, 9, Spring, 2005, 126-134.

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