Israel Studies (Indiana University Press)
Call for Articles:
Founders, Creators and Builders: Women and Gender in Israeli Society
The reshaping of gender relations and the image of Jewish men and women was a central motif in Zionism from its earliest days. The role of women in the Yishuv and, later, the State of Israel has been the focus of important studies, yet much remains to be researched, particularly in terms of women’s roles in the novel social, cultural, and political realities that have shaped the state.
Israel Studies (Indiana University Press) invites scholars to contribute original, innovative, and unpublished articles to a special issue devoted to women, gender, and innovation in all sectors of Israeli society, politics, and culture, including (but by no means limited to) religious practices and perspectives, health, academia, security, commerce, and industry, and more.
We invite contributions
Founders, Creators and Builders: Women and Gender in Israeli Society - by June 1, 2021.
Dr. Natan Aridan – Editor, Israel Studies
Ben-Gurion Research Institute for the Study of Israel & Zionism
Ben-Gurion University of the Negev