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Nashim is an academic journal for the latest interdisciplinary work on Jewish Women's Studies and Gender Issues.
 

Nashim is an academic journal for the latest interdisciplinary work on Jewish women's studies and gender issues.

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Nashim: A Journal of Jewish Women’s Studies and Gender Issues is an international, interdisciplinary, peer-reviewed forum for original scholarly and creative work on Jews and gender. Published jointly by the Schechter Institute of Jewish Studies in Jerusalem, the Hadassah-Brandeis Institute, and Indiana University Press, Nashim publishes research, reviews, essays, poetry, and art.

In accordance with Nashim’s interdisciplinary nature, each issue contains several articles focused on a central theme, usually with a distinguished feminist scholar serving as consulting editor.

Nashim editors:

Managing Editor: Deborah Greniman (nashim@schechter.ac.il)

Academic Editor: Prof. Renée Levine Melammed (rlm@schechter.ac.il)

Art Editor: Judith Margolis (judith@judithmargolis.com)

Poetry Editor: Kathryn Hellerstein (khellers@sas.upenn.edu)

Editorial Board: Elisheva Baumgarten, Marc Brettler, Sylvia Barack-Fishman, David Golinkin, Deborah Greniman, Renée Levine Melammed, Shulamit Reinharz, Alice Shalvi

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Published issues:

No. 26 (Spring 2014): Jewish women in sport and dance - Modesty for Heaven's sake - Dressing and undressing the High Priest - Life stories of women rabbis - Salomé: Woman of valor

No. 25 (Fall 2013): Women, Jews, Venetians (Consulting Editors: Gretchen Starr-Lebeau and Ariella Lang) 

No. 24 (Spring 2013): Feminist Receptions of Biblical Women (Consulting Editor: Lesleigh Cushing Stahlberg) 

No. 23 (Spring–Fall 2012): The Jewish Woman and Her Body (Consulting Editor: Rachel S. Harris) 

No. 22 (Fall 2011): Gender and Jewish Identity (Consulting Editors: Elisheva Baumgarten and Sylvia Barack Fishman) 

No. 21 (Spring 2011): Women in the Responsa Literature (Consulting Editor: David Golinkin) 

No. 20 (Fall 2009): Jewish Women and Philanthropy (Consulting Editor: Brenda E. Brasher) 

No. 19 (Spring 2010): Women and Jewish Poetry (Consulting Editor: Kathryn Hellerstein) 

No. 18 (Fall 2010): Iranian Jewish Women (Consulting Editor: Farideh Dayanim Goldin) 

No. 17 (Spring 2009): Sexuality in Jewish Contexts (Consulting Editor: Tova Hartman) 

No. 16 (Fall 2008): Women and Books, 2 (Consulting Editor: Wendy Zierler) 

No. 15 (Spring 2008): Women and Books (Consulting Editor: Wendy Zierler) 

No. 14 (Fall 2007): Jewish Women and the Visual Arts (Consulting Editor: Judith Margolis) 

No. 13 (Spring 2007): Women in the Economy (Consulting Editor: Sylvie Fogiel-Bijaoui) 

No. 12 (Fall 2006): Women's Health, Reproduction and Body Politics (Consulting Editor: Larissa Remennick) 

No. 11 (Spring 2006): Yemenite Jewish Women (Consulting Editor: Nitza Druyan) 

No. 10 (Fall 2005): Jewish Women’s Spirituality, 2 (Consulting Editor: Vanessa L. Ochs) 

No. 9 (Spring 2005): Jewish Women’s Spirituality (Consulting Editor: Vanessa L. Ochs) 

No. 8 (Fall 2004): Multiculturalism in the World of Jewish Women (with a symposium edited by Marla Brettschneider) 

No. 7 (Spring 2004): Autobiography and Memoir (Consulting Editor: Gershon Bacon) 

No. 6 (Fall 2003): Women, War and Peace in Jewish and Middle East Contexts (Consulting Editor: Alice Shalvi) 

No. 5 (2002): Feeding an Identity: Gender, Food and Survival (Consulting Editor: Norma Baumel Joseph) 

No. 4 (2001): Women in Rabbinic Literature 

No. 3 (2000): Motherhood (Consulting Editor: Susan Sered) 

No. 2 (1999): Crossing into Modernity: Renegotiating Jewish Gender Identities 

No. 1 (1998): Women and the Land of Israel 

 
 
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