Jewish Women''s Torah Study : (Record no. 847978)

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International Standard Book Number 9781134642908
Terms of availability 217.50 (NL),181.25 (3U)
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System control number (AU-PeEL)1565845
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System control number (OCoLC)864414836
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Classification number BM71 .F83 2014
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Classification number 296.6/8082
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Classification number (OCLC) (R) ; Classification number, CALL (RLIN) (NR) BM71 .F83 2014
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Personal name Fuchs, Ilan.
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Title Jewish Women''s Torah Study :
Remainder of title Orthodox Religious Education and Modernity
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Place of publication, distribution, etc Hoboken :
Name of publisher, distributor, etc Taylor and Francis,
Date of publication, distribution, etc 2013.
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Extent 1 online resource (284 p.)
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Series statement eBooks on Demand
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Series statement Routledge Jewish Studies Series
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Formatted contents note Cover; Jewish Women's Torah Study; Title Page; Copyright Page; Table of Contents; Acknowledgments; List of acronyms; Notes on transliteration; Introduction; The sources; Overview; 1 Women's Torah studies: the halachic infrastructure; The tannaitic and amoraic material; The medieval interpretation of the Mishnah; The talmudic debate and the medieval interpretations; Professor Weiss Halivni's approach; The adjudication of the Rishonim (twelfth-fourteenth centuries); The adjudication of the Halacha in the primary legal codes; Late medieval sources
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Formatted contents note 2 Fighting assimilation: women's education in Eastern European OrthodoxyHistorical role of Beis Yaakov institutions; Women's educational institutions in pre-state Israel; The first rabbinic reactions to changes in women's education; The Rabbinic Conference in Cracow: a public discussion among Eastern European Rabbis; Vayelaket Yosef: a public debate in early twentieth-century Europe; Rabbi Ze'ev Leiter: a call for change; Oẓar Haḥaim: neo-Orthodox opposition to women's Torah study; Torat Yeruḥam: between the wars; Responsa Zkan Aharon: a leading decisor of the interwar period
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Formatted contents note Rabbi Ephraim Biliẓer: support for Beis Yaakov from Hungarian OrthodoxyConclusion; 3 Women's education and the learners' society: women's education in ḥaredi society; The new Beis Yaakov; Or Hameir (1941): debates in the nascent ḥaredi community in Israel; Post-Holocaust responses; Three conservative voices: Rabbis Vozner, Rubin, and Gross; Rabbi Eli'ezer Valdenberg and the Tsanz Rebbe: a debate about the essence of women; Rabbi Joseph Shalom Elyashiv: the "Decisor of the Generation"; Conclusion; 4 Torah study for women in the New World: the American experience; Education in the New World
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Formatted contents note Rabbi Ḥaim Hirshenzon: a call for modern and liberal OrthodoxyR. Hirshenzon's approach to women's status; Women's Torah study in the writings of R. Hirshenzon; Rabbi Moshe Feinstein; Rabbi Feinstein's attitude toward women through the lens of his non-halachic writings; Attitudes to women's Torah study in Igrot Moshe; Letter to R. Meir Fund; Gender-based education; "On Women's Liberation"; Conclusion; 5 "Women shall encircle man": Women's Torah study in the teachings of R. Menaḥem Mendel Schneerson; The shali'aḥ and the sheluḥa; Women and Ḥabad, women in Ḥabad
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Formatted contents note License for women to study Torah in the writings of the Seventh RebbeWomen and the study of Ḥasidism; Study of the works of Maimonides; Igrot Hakodesh; "For the upper and lower world cannot be sustained without the female"; The convergence of messianism and women's Torah study; Conclusion; 6 Satmar and women's education: education as a root cause of promiscuit; Satmar in America; Education of young women; R. Teitelbaum's position concerning women's Torah study; The Satmar community after the days of R. Teitelbaum; Rabbi Samuel Judah Geshtetner: Satmar's views of womanhood
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Formatted contents note The polemics of 1997
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Summary, etc One of the cornerstones of the religious Jewish experience in all its variations is Torah study, and this learning is considered a central criterion for leadership. Jewish Women's Torah Study addresses the question of women''s integration in the halachic-religious system at this pivotal intersection.The contemporary debate regarding women's Torah study first emerged in the second half of the 19th century. As women's status in general society changed, offering increased legal rights and opportunities for education, a debate on the need to change women's participation in Torah study emerged. Orthodoxy was faced with the question: which parts, if any, of modernity should be integrated into Halacha?Exemplifying the entire array of Orthodox responses to modernity, this book is a valuable addition to the scholarship of Judaism in the modern era and will be of interest to students and scholars of Religion, Gender Studies and Jewish Studies.
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Topical term or geographic name as entry element Feminism -- Religious aspects -- Judaism.
650 #4 - SUBJECT ADDED ENTRY--TOPICAL TERM
Topical term or geographic name as entry element Jewish religious education of women.
650 #4 - SUBJECT ADDED ENTRY--TOPICAL TERM
Topical term or geographic name as entry element Jewish women -- Religious life.
650 #4 - SUBJECT ADDED ENTRY--TOPICAL TERM
Topical term or geographic name as entry element Judaism -- 21th century.
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Topical term or geographic name as entry element Orthodox Judaism.
650 #4 - SUBJECT ADDED ENTRY--TOPICAL TERM
Topical term or geographic name as entry element Sex role -- Religious aspects -- Judaism.
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Genre/form data or focus term Electronic books.
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Display text Print version:
Main entry heading Fuchs, Ilan
Title Jewish Women''s Torah Study : Orthodox Religious Education and Modernity
Place, publisher, and date of publication Hoboken : Taylor and Francis,c2013
International Standard Book Number 9780415858472
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Uniform title Routledge Jewish Studies Series
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