The Shalvi/Hyman Encyclopedia of Jewish Women

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Judith Rosenbaum

Judith Rosenbaum is the CEO of the Jewish Women's Archive. She earned a B.A. in History from Yale University and received her Ph.D. in American Civilization, with a specialty in women's history, from Brown University. The recipient of a Fulbright Fellowship to Israel, she is a frequent lecturer on women's studies and Jewish studies. She also serves on the faculty of the Bronfman Fellowship and was awarded a Schusterman Fellowship for Jewish leaders.

Articles by this author

Rose Pastor Stokes

Rose Pastor Stokes was called the “Cinderella of the sweatshops” when, as a young reporter, she met and married millionaire James Graham Phelps Stokes. Stokes became increasingly radical, adopting antiwar and pro-abortion stands, becoming a union organizer, and joining the Communist Party.

Rose Kushner

With a self-described “streak of stubbornness, and a loud voice as well,” Rose Kushner—journalist, activist, and patient advocate—raised American national consciousness on breast cancer and helped create a national movement around the issue.

Jewish Women's Archive

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Jewish Women's Archive. "Judith Rosenbaum." (Viewed on January 18, 2022) <https://jwa.org/encyclopedia/author/rosenbaum-judith>.

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