Number 7, Spring 5764/2004

Table of Contents

From: Nashim: A Journal of Jewish Women's Studies & Gender Issues

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Special Issue: Autobiography and Memoir

To Our Readers

pp. 5-6
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Introduction

pp. 7-10
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"She Sees That Her Merchandise Is Good, and Her Lamp Is Not Extinguished at Nighttime": Glikl's Memoir as Historical Source

pp. 11-27
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Kol Ishah: Women and Pauline Wengeroff's Writing of an Age

pp. 28-64
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Piety and Female Aspiration in the Memoirs of Pauline Epstein Wengeroff and Bella Rosenfeld Chagall

pp. 65-96
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Discovering Puah Rakovsky

pp. 97-115
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Self, Other, and Community: Jewish Women's Autobiography

pp. 116-127
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"Not a Suffragist"?: Rachel Yanait Ben-Zvi on Women and Gender

pp. 128-150
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The Memoirs of a Partisan from Salonika

pp. 151-173
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Eva Grlic: Between Silence and Speech

pp. 174-189
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Intimate Engagements: A Holocaust Lesson

pp. 190-205
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Writing Biography as a Relationship

pp. 206-211
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Getting Women to Talk about Themselves: My Role Models of the Previous Generation

pp. 212-216
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A Life in Art (1)

pp. 217-228
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A Life in Art (2)

pp. 229-235
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Taking Up the Timbrel: The Challenge of Creating Ritual for Jewish Women Today (review)

pp. 236-239
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The Status of Women in Jewish Law: Responsa (review)

pp. 240-246
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Women and American Judaism: Historical Perspectives (review)

pp. 247-251
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Gendering the Jewish Past (review)

pp. 252-255
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Jüdische Frauen in Wien 1816-1938: Wohlfahrt-Mädchenbildung-Frauenarbeit (review)

pp. 256-262
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Purity (review)

pp. 263-265
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For My Children (review)

pp. 266-270
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The Fourth Commandment--Remember the Sabbath Day (review)

pp. 271-275
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Three Daughters (review)

pp. 276-280
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The New Hebrew Women: Women in the Yishuv and the Zionist Movement from a Gender Perspective (review)

pp. 281-285
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Contributors to This Issue

pp. 286-289
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