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She Who Dwells Within by Lynn Gottlieb

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She Who Dwells Within by Lynn Gottlieb, a book on gender and Judaism.
She Who Dwells Within by Lynn Gottlieb, a book on gender and Judaism.

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E.M. Broner's "The Telling: The Story of a Group of Jewish Women Who Journey to Spirituality Through Community and Ceremony"

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E.M. Broner's The Telling: The Story of a Group of Jewish Women Who Journey to Spirituality Through Community and Ceremony, published March 1, 1993.
E.M. Broner's The Telling: The Story of a Group of Jewish Women Who Journey to Spirituality Through Community and Ceremony, published March 1, 1993.

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"Kosher Nation," by Sue Fishoff

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Sue Fishkoff's Kosher Nation, published in 2010.
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Sue Fishkoff's Kosher Nation, published in 2010.

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From Mashgiachs to the new Jewish food movement: "Kosher Nation" by Sue Fishkoff

When you choose to purchase a jar of peanut butter with a hecksher on it or kosher chicken, you become one of the final elements in the long journey that the particular foodstuff undertook in order to be certified as kosher. It can be easy to take this process for granted when you are receiving these things in their final form, yet Kosher Nation by Sue Fishkoff highlights this process and provides an in depth look at the modern kosher food industry in the United States.

"That Takes Ovaries," edited by Rivkah Solomon

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Cover of That Takes Ovaries, edited by Rivkah Solomon.
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Cover of That Takes Ovaries, edited by Rivkah Solomon.

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Suzanne Keller, 1927 - 2010

Sociologist Suzanne Keller, who conducted pioneering research on elite life and on community in America, and was the first woman to earn a tenured faculty position at Princeton University.

Suzanne Keller, 2004

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Renowned sociologist and professor Suzanne Keller.
Photo: Princeton University, Office of Communications, Denise Applewhite, 2004

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Renowned sociologist and professor Suzanne Keller.
Photo: Princeton University, Office of Communications, Denise Applewhite, 2004

Suzanne Keller, 2004, Cropped

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Renowned sociologist and professor Suzanne Keller.
Photo: Princeton University, Office of Communications, Denise Applewhite, 2004

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Renowned sociologist and professor Suzanne Keller.
Photo: Princeton University, Office of Communications, Denise Applewhite, 2004

Muriel "Mickie" Siebert

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Changing the Rules: Adventures of a Wall Street Maverick, by Muriel "Mickie" Siebert, published in 2002.
Changing the Rules: Adventures of a Wall Street Maverick, by Muriel "Mickie" Siebert, published in 2002.

"An Estate of Memory" by Ilona Karmel

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An Estate of Memory, authored by Holocaust survivor Ilona Karmel, is considered one of the most significant novels in English that addresses the experiences of Jewish women during World War II.

An Estate of Memory, authored by Holocaust survivor Ilona Karmel, is considered one of the most significant novels in English that addresses the experiences of Jewish women during World War II.

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