Antler, Joyce,

Jewish radical feminism : voices from the women's liberation movement / Joyce Antler. - 1 online resource (viii, 453 pages) : illustrations - JSTOR eBooks The Goldstein-Goren series in American Jewish history . - Goldstein-Goren series in American Jewish history. .

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Part I. "We never talked about it": Jewishness and women's liberation. "Ready to turn the world upside down": the "Gang of four," feminist pioneers in Chicago -- "Feminist sexual liberationists, rootless cosmopolitan Jews": the New York City movement -- "Conscious radicals": the Jewish story of Boston's Bread and Roses -- Our bodies and our Jewish selves: the Boston Women's Health Book Collective -- Part II. "Feminism enabled me to be a Jew": identified Jewish feminists. "We are well educated Jewishly ... and we are going to press you": Jewish feminists challenge religious patriarchy -- "Jewish women have their noses shortened": Secular feminists fight assimilation -- "For God's sake, comb your hair! You look like a Vilde Chaye": Jewish lesbian feminists explore the politics of identity -- "Rise above the world's nasty squabbles": international dimensions of Jewish feminism.

"Fifty years after the start of the women's liberation movement, a book that at last illuminates the profound impact Jewishness and second-wave feminism had on each other"--Provided by publisher.

9780814707647 0814707645

22573/ctvws263w JSTOR

Women in Judaism.
Jewish women--United States.
Feminism--Religious aspects--Judaism.
Gender identity--Religious aspects--Judaism.
Queer theory.

BM729.W6 / A58 2018