Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Re: Interesting article/book review - 19th Century Jewish Women's Literacy #ukraine


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In a message dated 10/16/05 3:19:18 AM, lulu_brooks@yahoo.com writes:

<< http://www.haaretz.com/hasen/spages/634885.html

Above is the link to an illuminating book review on the ironies of how formal

exclusion >from Hebrew studies led to more open intellectual worlds for many

Jewish women in old Eastern Europe: >>

If as I did, you had trouble finding the book review using the Haaretz URL
supplied by Lulu Brooks, and you want to know more about the book try instead :


http://72.14.207.104/search?q=cache:Q9SSH58i--QJ:www.upne.com/1-58465-366-3.html+%22Iris+Parush%22&hl=en&ie=UTF-8

I have read in other books mention of the phenomenon of that "window of
opportunity" to learn of the secular world, its history, science and literature
that was opened to Jewish women but not so much to orthodox Jewish men, but I
would like someday to read Parush's book on the subject and will try to borrow
it >from Indiana University's main library.


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