Tova Hartman

Tova Hartman

Tova Hartman is a Professor of Education at The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, specializing in gender studies, and author of books on the role of women in Judaism. She is a founder of Kehillat Shira Hadasha, a congregation organized to increase women's participation and leadership within traditional Jewish prayer and halakha.

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  • Hartman, T., Appropriately Subversive: Modern Mothers in Traditional Religions, Harvard University Press, 2003, ISBN 0-674-00886-3
  • Hartman, T. and Marmon, M., "Lived Regulations, Systemic Attributions Menstrual Separation and Ritual Immersion in the Experience of Orthodox Jewish Women." Gender & Society 18:3, pp. 389-408 (2004)
  • "Orthodox Group Fetes Traditional Roles", Forward, May 11, 2001

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