The Woman's Voice in Zionism : Disentangling Paula Winkler from Martin Buber

This article calls for a reassessment of the thought of Paula Winkler (1877-1958), paying renewed attention to her contributions to the cultural Zionist movement in her work on the domestic space as a site of Jewish cultural renewal. Criticizing the trend in modern Jewish scholarship of focusing on...

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Main Author: Stair, Rose (Author)
Format: Electronic Article
Language: English
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Published: [2018]
In: Religions
Year: 2018, Volume: 9, Issue: 12, Pages: 1-22
Further subjects: B gender
B Jewish culture
B Judaism
B Zionism
B cultural Zionism
B modern Jewish thought
B Germany
B women in Judaism
B Open access
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