Lilith FeatureVictorious Jewish Moments
Five signal moments wrested from struggle...
In the 2nd century C.E., a widow named Bavta bat Simon, fleeing Roman persecution, hid in a cave in the Judean Desert. She brought a lot of stuff with her... Read more »
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The salonnières, those upper-class women who hosted salons for philosophers and poets in late-eighteenth and early-nineteenth century Europe, offer fertile ground for probing women’s history. Equal parts moderator, mediator, and... Read more »
One gripping film is accomplishing what years of quiet struggle have failed to do: create a storm of outrage over the men-only Jewish religious divorce law. A religious divorce in... Read more »
Celebrated everywhere for her brilliant teaching and her dazzling skill in interpreting Bible narratives, Avivah Gottlieb Zornberg offers masterful midrashic readings of biblical texts. Through psychological insight, Jewish philosophy and... Read more »