Pious and Rebellious : Jewish Women in Medieval Europe
By: Grossman, Avraham.Material type: TextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Tauber Institute Series for the Study of European Jewry & HBI Series on Jewish Women: Publisher: Lebanon : Brandeis University Press, 2012Description: 1 online resource (353 p.).ISBN: 9781611683943.Subject(s): Jewish women - Europe - History | Women - Legal status, laws, etc. (Jewish law) | Women in Judaism - Europe - History - To 1500Genre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Pious and Rebellious : Jewish Women in Medieval EuropeDDC classification: 305.488924040902 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
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Title Page; Contents; Preface; Introduction; 1. The Historical Background; 2. Sources; 3. The Chronological and Geographical Framework; 1 | The Image of the Woman: Partner or the "Other"?; 1. The Creation and the Superiority of Man; 2. The Temptation in the Garden of Eden and the Superiority of Man; 3. Characteristics of Woman and the Superiority of Man; 4. Women and Sorcery; 5. The "Medical Inferiority" of Women and the Superiority of Men; 6. The Obligation to Perform Mitzvot and the Superiority of Man; 7. Expressions in Praise of Women and their Perception as "Partner"
8. Between Image and Reality2 | Age at Marriage; 1. The Talmudic Heritage; 2. The Situation in Babylonia in the Eighth and Ninth Centuries; 3. The Situation in Non-Jewish Society; 4. The Situation in Jewish Society during the Tenth through Thirteenth Centuries; 5. Factors Causing the Large Number of Childhood Marriages; 6. Results of Early Marriage; 3 | Engagement, Betrothal, and the Choice of a Marriage Partner; 1. The Ceremonies and their Development; 2. The Ban in Ashkenaz against Cancelling Engagements; 3. Choice of Marriage Partner; 4. Consensual Marriage in Christian Europe
5. The Institution of Matchmaking and Its Place in Jewish Society4 | Monogamy and Polygamy; 1. The Biblical and Talmudic Heritage; 2. The Situation in Ashkenaz; 3. Polygamy in Spain; 4. The Atmosphere in the Polygamous Family; 5. Levirate Marriage and Bigamy; 5 | Feminine Modesty and Women's Role in Supporting the Family; 1. The Talmudic Tradition; 2. Modesty in Muslim Society; 3. Modesty in Jewish Society in Muslim Countries; 4. The "Miqveh Rebellion" in Egypt; 5. The Situation in Jewish Society in Spain; 6. Feminine Modesty and Women's Work in Christian Europe
7. The Situation in Ashkenazic Jewish Society8. Changes in the Legal Status of Women; 6 | Woman as Wife and Mother and Her Economic Status; 1. The Woman within Her Home; 2. Prostitution and Concubinage; 3. The Woman's Economic Status; 7 | Women's Culture and Education; 1. The Talmudic Heritage; 2. The Situation in Muslim Society; 3. The Situation in Christian Society; 4. The Stance of the Jewish Sages in the Middle Ages; 5. Learned Women; 6. Education of Women in Jewish Society; 7. Girls' Education and Erudition in Ashkenaz; 8. The Situation in Spain
9. Education of Jewish Women in Italy and Sicily8 | The Role of Women in Religious Life and in Family Ceremonies; 1. The Biblical and Talmudic Heritage; 2. The Role of Women in Religious Life in Christian Europe; 3. The Performance of Time-Linked Positive Commandments; 4. Women in the Synagogue; 5. Women in the Celebration of Passover; 6. Women Circumcisers; 7. Women as Ritual Slaughterers; 8. Fast Days and Acts of Charity by Women; 9. Refraining from Eating Meat During the Season of Mourning; 10. Women as Bearers of Halakhic Traditions; 11. The Role ofWomen in Family Ceremonies
9 | Women's Role in Jewish Martyrdom in Europe in the Eleventh to Thirteenth Centuries
The first complete look at the social status and daily life of medieval Jewish women.
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