Fresh Meadows, N. Y. ; Biblio Press, 1979. Item #35743
Original Wraps. 4to. 53 pages. 28 cm. First edition. Groundbreaking work. Single sided mimeographed. Annotated bibliography on Jewish Women, covering anthologies, history/herstory, religious life and law, in the United States and Canada, in Israel, in the Holocaust and resistance, other countries, children's books, poetry, and reference works. “Aviva Cantor (born 1940) was a co-founder in 1968 of the Jewish Liberation in New York, a Socialist Zionist organization, and served as founding editor of its Jewish Liberation Journal. JLP was among the first Jewish groups to advocate the two-state solution (1968) …. In 1976, she initiated and co-founded Lilith, the independent Jewish Feminist quarterly magazine, which she served as co-founding editor through 1987, and for which she wrote regularly. …Cantor has written five alternative Passover ceremonies…the fifth one, The Egalitarian Hagada…. Is a gender- and generation-inclusive…. She compiled, edited and annotated several editions of The Jewish Woman, 1900-1985: A Bibliography…. Her children's book manuscript, Tamar's Cat: A Story of the Exodus, won first prize in the Sydney Taylor Children's Book Manuscript Contest” (Wikipedia, 2015) . Subjects: Jewish women - Bibliography. Jewish women. Bibliography. Clean and fresh. Very good + condition. (WOMEN-1-32).