JES 507 Feminist Transformations of Judaism: A Twenty-first Century Perspective

Faculty: Rabbi Sue Levi Elwell (Profile)


In this course, students will read primary works of contemporary Jewish feminist theology and explore how these theories and philosophies have challenged and influenced contemporary Jewish practice, liturgy, and ritual. We will also pay attention to the role of feminists and LGBTQ+ individuals and culture in the transformation of Judaism and Jewish practice.

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