In this Issue
Jewish Social Studies recognizes the increasingly fluid methodological and disciplinary boundaries within the humanities and is particularly interested both in exploring different approaches to Jewish history and in critical inquiry into the concepts and theoretical stances that underpin its problematics. It publishes specific case studies, engages in theoretical discussion, and advances the understanding of Jewish life as well as the multifaceted narratives that constitute its historiography.
published byIndiana University Press
viewing issueVolume 8, Number 2/3, Winter/Spring 2002 (New Series)
Table of Contents
- Gender and the Shaping of Modern Jewish Identities
- pp. 153-161
- DOI: 10.1353/jss.2002.0008
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