Item 8735. "WHO HAST NOT MADE ME A MAN": THE MOVEMENT FOR EQUAL RIGHTS FOR WOMEN IN AMERICAN JEWRY

"WHO HAST NOT MADE ME A MAN": THE MOVEMENT FOR EQUAL RIGHTS FOR WOMEN IN AMERICAN JEWRY

New York; American Jewish Committee, Institute Of Human Relations, 1977. Pamphlet. Item #35773

Original Wraps. 8vo. 38 pages. 22 cm. First edition. This report offers a profile of the movement for equal rights for women in American Jewry and examines Jewish feminism. Originally published American Jewish Year Book, vol. 77, 1977: 3-40. “Who Has Not Made Me a Man: The Movement for Equal Rights for Women in American Judaism'” a study of the interaction between second generation feminists and American Judaism, has become a classic of American Jewish feminist history. ” - JWA. The author Anne Lepidus Lerner was the first woman Vice Chancellor of the Jewish Theological Seminary. Subjects: Women in Judaism. Jewish women - United States. Feminism - United States. Feminism. Jewish women. Light wear and soiling to wraps, otherwise clean and fresh. Very good condition. (WOMEN-2-10) xxx.

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