Women in Judaism: A Multidisciplinary e-Journal (Web)
Founded in 1997, Women in Judaism is the first multidisciplinary refereed e-journal solely dedicated to gender-related issues in Judaism.
The editors are delighted to announce the electronic publication of the new issue (Vol. 17, No. 1, 2020). The issue has a historical focus on the time around 1900. It can be accessed online (PDF) for free (Web).
- Edward Bristow: British Jewry and the Fight Against the International White Slave Traffic, 1885–1914.
- Mir Yarfitz: Marriage as Ruse or Migration Route: Jewish Women’s Mobility and Sex Trafficking to Argentina, 1890s–1930s.
- Laura Barberan Reinares: „In a distant unknown country:“ A New Historicist Look at James Joyce’s „Eveline,“ Argentina, and the Zwi Migdal in the Early 1900s.
- REVIEW ESSAY: Elaine Adler Goodfriend: The „Killer Wife“ (Qatlanit) in Jewish Law: A Survey of Sources.
- ESSAY: Jennifer Creese: Schmoozing with My Sisters: At-Home Ethnography in Brisbane’s Jewish Community.
- NOTE and bookreviews
Call for papers
Articles, essays, book 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 editor-in-chief Dina Ripsman Eylon via Email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The journal will consider re-printing peer-reviewed papers or chapters from books that are not currently available in any digital format.
The editors are also seeking book reviewers. For further information and guidelines for contributors, please consult the web site and/or write to the Editor-in-Chief.
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