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Social Science Jewish Studies

From Memory to Transformation

Jewish Women's Voices

edited by Sarah Silberstein Swartz & Margie Wolfe

Second Story Press
Initial publish date
Jan 1998
Jewish Studies
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    Publish Date
    Nov 1998
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    Jan 1998
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Not satisfied by the established roles assigned to them, Jewish women have begun to uncover their history, religion and culture using tradition and memory to inspire and transform their lives. In From Memory to Transformation, women activists, rabbis, sch

About the authors

Sarah Silberstein Swartz, daughter of Jewish-Polish Holocaust survivors, was born in post-war Berlin, Germany. She is a writer and award-winning editor, specializing in women's studies and Holocaust literature. Research Associate at the Hadassah-Brandeis Institute at Brandeis University, she lives in Boston with her wife and cat, near her three grandsons.


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Margie Wolfe has worked in feminist book publishing for almost forty years. She has co-edited several book collections including Still Ain't Satisfied: Canadian Feminism Today, No Safe Place: Violence Against Women and Children, Found Treasures: Stories by Yiddish Women Writers, and From Memory to Transformation: Jewish Women’s Voices. She and three other women founded Second Story Feminist Press in 1988.

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