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Jewish Studies

Anne Lapidus Lerner

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Profeesor, author, and the first woman vice chancellor of the Jewish Theological Seminary, Anne Lapidus Lerner (b. 1942).

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Profeesor, author, and the first woman vice chancellor of the Jewish Theological Seminary, Anne Lapidus Lerner (b. 1942).

Photo courtesy of the Jewish Theological Seminary.

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Bookshelf

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A photograph of a bookshelf holding books about Jewish women.

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Jewish Women's Archive. "Jewish Studies." (Viewed on February 14, 2016) <http://jwa.org/topics/jewish-studies>.

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