Women in Judaism

Paula Hyman, 1946-2011.

Deborah Dash Moore and Noam Pianko
Oct. 7 2021 12:01AM

Penitential prayers from Piove di Sacco.

Yori Yalon
Aug. 12 2021 12:01AM

She hopes one day to represent Ḥaredim in the Knesset.

Avital Chizhik-Goldschmidt
July 26 2021 12:01AM

The case of Pauline Wengeroff.

Shulamit Magnus
March 15 2021 12:01AM

Ḥasidic women were patrons, pilgrims, and keepers of traditions.

Glenn Dynner
March 12 2020 12:01AM

The women’s self-recorded experiences are utterly disparate, but both offer a potent antidote to any sentimental nostalgia for life in the age of Sholom Aleichem.

Feb. 25 2020 12:01AM

The memoirs of this 17th-century Jewish woman have long fascinated historians. For the first time, a complete English edition brings her to life for today’s readers.

Feb. 4 2020 12:01AM

Bruriah is the only female cited repeatedly as a religious authority, and rarely shown in the roles the Talmud generally associates with women. Who was she?

Jan. 15 2020 12:01AM

By and for Orthodox women, Mikva, which has affinities with The Vagina Monologues, opens up a once-secretive ritual while staying firmly in line with tradition.

Aug. 13 2019 12:26AM

If you build it, the rabbis will come.

Leslie Ginsparg Klein
Aug. 16 2017 12:01AM

The influence of the Ts’enah Urenah.

Oct. 14 2016 12:01AM

Evolution or revolution?

David Stav and Mosheh Lichtenstein
Feb. 11 2016 12:01AM

Don’t call them feminists.

Julie Mell
Feb. 9 2016 12:01AM