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  1. Jewish women [electronic resource] : a comprehensive historical encyclopedia

    Brookline, MA : Jewish Women's Archive,

    "This encyclopedia seeks to make available to all who are interested in Jewish history and culture the varied accomplishments of Jewish women and their many contributions to the Jewish historical experience over the course of the past three millennia. Women have been largely absent from most accounts of the Jewish past, because male experience served as the guide to historical significance. Only recently have women begun to be integrated into Jewish encyclopedias, but not yet in proportion to their demographic and social importance and their public activity. The prize-winning encyclopedia Jewish Women in America, which was published in 1997, marked a major advance but was limited to one geographic location and historical period. In general reference works, Jewish women are most often not noted as Jews because their Jewishness is not considered relevant to their accomplishments. As editors we strove to recover the Jewish women who remained invisible in standard reference works. We were ambitious: our vision embraced the whole Jewish world and all of Jewish culture from the Hebrew Bible to the present. Although we privileged Jewish women as actors in history, we also addressed the representations of Jewish women, particularly in classical biblical and rabbinic texts"--Editor's preface."This initial online edition of Jewish women: a comprehensive historical encyclopedia contains all of the text from the original CD-ROM and all images for which we have been able to secure permission to use on the Web. Over time, more images will be available"--About the online encyclopedia.

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  2. Jewish women : between conformity and agency

    Galor, Katharina
    Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, 2024.

    Online Taylor & Francis eBooks

  3. Jewish women [electronic resource] : a comprehensive historical encyclopedia

    Jerusalem : Shalvi Publishing Ltd., c2006.

    The most extensive source on Jewish women ever from Sarah Aaronsohn to Krystyna Zywulska, this electronic encyclopedia contains 1,698 biographical entries, 330 articles, and over 1,200 photographs and illustrations. Together, they capture the histories and achievements of Jewish women from biblical times to present day and shed light on their changing roles worldwide. Accessible to lay readers and scholars alike, this exceptional work contains such valuable features as: full-text search of all articles and captions, plus category, century, and country searches; extensive cross-references; and, a glossary with pop-up definition links throughout. With contributions from 939 world-famous historians and scholars, this is an unparalleled reference. It is available only on CD-ROM.

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