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Fertility and Jewish Law: Feminist Perspectives on Orthodox Response Literature

Research Fellow Ronit Irshai spoke about fertility and Jewish law at Harvard Divinity School, December 11, 2013
Ronit Irshai is Associate Professor and the head of the gender studies department at Bar Ilan University; a research fellow at the Shalom Hartman institute in Jerusalem (For pluralistic Judaism), a member in the board of the Reckman center at Bar Ilan University (For women’s rights) and a member of “Kolech” – A religious feminist forum. She published a series of articles on halakhah (Jewish Law), theology and gender, Jewish sexual ethics, Jewish religious feminism

Research Fellow Ronit Irshai
Harvard Divinity School
December 11, 2013
Talk jointly sponsored by
Harvard Center for Studies in World Religion
and Harvard Women’s Studies in Religion Program

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