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Title Judith Plaskow : feminism, theology, and justice / edited by Hava Tirosh-Samuelson and Aaron W. Hughes
Published Leiden ; Boston : Brill, 2014
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Description 1 online resource (xv, 148 pages)
Series Library of contemporary Jewish philosophers, 2213-6010 ; volume 6
Library of contemporary Jewish philosophers ; v. 6
Contents The Contributors; Editors' Introduction to Series; Judith Plaskow: An Intellectual Portrait; The Academy as Real Life: New Participants and Paradigms in the Study of Religion; Jewish Theology in Feminist Perspective; Authority, Resistance, and Transformation: Jewish Feminist Reflections on Good Sex; Anti-Judaisim in Feminist Christian Interpretation; Interview with Judith plaskow June 24, 2012; Select Bibliography
Summary "Judith Plaskow, Professor of Religious Studies Emerita at Manhattan College in New York, is a leading Jewish feminist theologian. She has forged a revolutionary vision of Judaism as an egalitarian religion and has argued for the inclusion of sexually marginalized groups in society in general and in Jewish society in particular. Rooted in the experience of women, her feminist Jewish theology reflects the impact of several philosophical strands, including hermeneutics, dialogical philosophy, critical theory, and process philosophy. Most active in the American Academy of Religion, she has shaped the academic discourse on women in religion while critiquing Christian feminism for lingering forms of anti-Judaism"-- Provided by publisher
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
Notes Description based on print version record
Subject Plaskow, Judith -- Philosophy.
Feminism -- Religious aspects -- Judaism.
Judaism -- 21st century.
Women and religion.
Women in Judaism.
Form Electronic book
Author Hughes, Aaron W., 1968- editor
Tirosh-Samuelson, Hava, 1950- editor
ISBN 9004279806 (electronic bk)
9789004279803 (electronic bk)