New Issue: Women in Judaism: A Multidisciplinary e-Journal

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Toronto, November 28, 2022

Women in Judaism: A Multidisciplinary e-Journal

We are delighted to announce the electronic publication of the new issue of Women in Judaism: A Multidisciplinary e-Journal. The journal can be accessed at

Founded in 1997, the journal is the first multidisciplinary refereed e-journal solely dedicated to gender-related issues in Judaism.

Vol. 18 No. 2 (2021):


Does a Male-Dominated Entity Represent the Jewish People? The Claims Conference and Advocacy for a Community

Rachel Blumenthal

Transformations and Emergent Themes in American Jewish Women’s History

Hana G. Green

The Singer Siblings: Different Views of Hassidic Life

Mara W. Cohen Ioannides

Ethnographic Interview

Inferiority with a Wink of the Eye: Jewish-Yemenite Women's “Feminist” Thesis

Tova Gamliel

Biographical Essays

“An Oasis in the Desert:” Dr. Garson Romalis and the Struggle to Maintain Access to Abortion in Canada

R. R. Broter

Book Reviews

Schwartz, Mimi. Good Neighbors, Bad Times Revisited: New Echoes of My Father’s German Village. New edition. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2021.

Reviewed by Anna Marie Anderson

Teller, Matthew. Nine Quarters of Jerusalem: A New Biography of the Old City. New York, NY: Other Press, 2022.

Reviewed by Elaine Margolin

Rothman-Zecher, Moriel. Before All the World: A Novel. New York: Farrar, Straus & Giroux, 2022.

Reviewed by Elaine Margolin

Articles, essays, book and media reviews, short notes, and bibliographies from all disciplines in the Humanities and Social Sciences are welcome. Submissions are concurrently accepted and should be made by e-mail to: Dr. Dina Ripsman Eylon, Editor-in-Chief, Women in Judaism: A Multidisciplinary Journal, Email:

The journal considers re-printing peer-reviewed papers or chapters from books that are not currently available in any digital format. We are also seeking book reviewers. A complete list of books is available on our Books Received section, which is updated periodically.