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  Volume 14, Number 1, Fall 1995

Table of Contents

Editors' Introduction

Editors' Introduction: Engendering Jewish Knowledges

pp. 1-7

Part One: "Engendering Jewish Knowledges": A Forum

Engendering Jewish Religious History

pp. 8-34

Medievals Are Not Us

pp. 35-44

Finding a Language for Memories of the Future

pp. 45-52

Power/Knowledge/Gender: The Oranges and Grapefruit Debate

pp. 53-57

If Miriam Never Danced . . . A Question for Feminist Midrash

pp. 58-65

Rabbinic Judaism and the Creation of Woman

pp. 66-71

Arguing for Women in Talmudic Literature

pp. 72-79

Justify My Love

pp. 80-87

On Seams and Seamlessness

pp. 88-92

Notes from the Second Generation

pp. 93-100

Not Simple Arithmetic

pp. 101-105
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Jewishness and Gender: Rethinking Social Scientific Constructions

pp. 106-114
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An Interdisciplinary Approach to Engendering Jewish Religious History

pp. 115-119
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Other Tales: Museum Objects and the Engendering of Jewish Knowledge

pp. 120-124
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The Gender of the Angel

pp. 125-130

Embracing, Ambiguities.

pp. 131-134

Part Two: Review Essays

Jewish Studies, Gender, and the Performance of Pedagogy

pp. 135-138

Jewishness as Gender

pp. 138-141
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Feminist Jewish Studies and the Academy

pp. 141-144

Equidistant Between Two Continents: Learning to Navigate Language and Legacies

pp. 145-149

Hearing Voices: The Mame-loshen Lives

pp. 149-152
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Finding a History of/for Women in Ancient Literature

pp. 152-155

Making Space Between the Bible and the Rabbis

pp. 155-158
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Drawing Water from Miriam's Well: Women and Midrash

pp. 158-164

Anthropomorphic Angst

pp. 164-167

Whose Religion, Whose Gender, Whose Culture?

pp. 168-173
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Constructing and Deconstructing Jews' Others

pp. 173-176
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Caught in Webs of Paradox

pp. 176-179

Jewish and Israeli Feminists and Other Complexities

pp. 180-184

Displacements and the Jewish Question

pp. 185-188

Book Notes

Book Notes

pp. 189-214

News and Information

News and Information

pp. 215-228

Research Areas

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