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Feminism Encounters Traditional Judaism (Cód: 2171805)

Hartman, Tova

Brandeis University Press

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modern Orthodox synagogue in Jerusalem more inclusive of women, together with other worshippers, set about creating their own own, Shira Hadasha ('a new song').Since it opened in 2002, this new synagogue's mission - to develop a religious community that embraces halakhah (Jewish law), tefillah (prayer), and feminism - has drawn thousands to services. The courageous act of creating the synagogue - against amazing odds - is testimony to Hartman's own deeply felt commitment to both feminism and modern Orthodox Judaism.The story of the creation and on-going development of similar 'partnership minyans' in Jerusalem and elsewhere anchors and ties together this book's five essays, each of which explores a vital contact point between contemporary feminist thought and aspects of Jewish tradition. Hartman discusses three feminist analyses of Freudian psychology for reading Jewish texts; modesty and the religious male gaze; the backlash against feminism by traditional rabbis; the male imagery in liturgy; and Orthodox women and purity rituals. Throughout, Hartman emphasizes the importance of reinterpretation, asking her readers to view as 'creative tensions' what seem like obvious and insurmountable contradictions between traditional and modern beliefs. Such tensions can offer unexpected connections as well as painful compromises. The conclusion revisits the construction of the synagogue as well as discusses its impediments and actualizing these types of social and religious changes.Hartman's book will speak directly to scholars and students of gender, religion, and psychology, as well as anyone interested in the negotiation of feminism and tradition.


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Marca Brandeis University Press
Cód. Barras 9781584656586
Altura 23.24 cm
I.S.B.N. 9781584656586
Profundidade 1.98 cm
Referência 0007296977
Acabamento Capa dura
Ano da edição 2007
Idioma Inglês
Número de Páginas 162
Peso 0.43 Kg
Largura 16.51 cm
AutorHartman, Tova


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