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Jewish Women & Women in History and Humanities

Jewish Women and the Internet

Baumel-Schwartz, Judith. (2009). Frum surfing : Orthodox Jewish women’s internet forums as a historical and cultural phenomenon. Journal of Jewish Identities, 2(1), 1-30.

Livio, Oren. (2007). Discursive legitimation of a controversial technology : ultra-Orthodox Jewish women in Israel and the internet. Communication Review, 10 (1), 29-56.

Lefkovitz, Lori Hope. (2005). - loading the virtual canon, or, The politics and aesthetics of Jewish women’s spirituality. Nashim, 9, 101-125.

Zimmerman, Deena Rachel. (2007). "So she can be as dear to him as on their wedding day"? : Modern concerns with "hilkhot niddah" as demonstrated by anonymous email questions. Gender Relationships in Marriage and Out, 225-241.

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