Standing again at Sinai: Judaism from a feminist perspective

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Harper & Row, 1990 - Religion - 282 pages
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A feminist approach to Judaism offers a critique of the religion as a patriarchal tradition and analyzes potential changes in Jewish thought based on feminist definitions and understanding

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Review: Standing Again at Sinai: Judaism from a Feminist Perspective

User Review  - Lisa Feld - Goodreads

There is something wonderful about a clear, beautifully reasoned argument. Plaskow explores how women have been excluded or marginalized in Jewish law, in the liturgy, and even in our images of God ... Read full review

Review: Standing Again at Sinai: Judaism from a Feminist Perspective

User Review  - Sarah Woodbury - Goodreads

A (the?) classic work of Jewish feminist theology. Clear, grounded, and creative. Definitely worth reading for anyone interested in Judaism or feminism and religion Read full review

Contents

setting the problem laying the ground
1
RESHAPING JEWISH MEMORY
25
TOWARD A NEW CONCEPT OF COMMUNITY
75
Copyright

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About the author (1990)

Judith Plaskow is a professor of religious studies at Manhattan College. She is cofounder and coeditor of the "Journal of Feminist Studies in Religion.

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