Gender on the Hebrew Bookshelf

Herzog, Hanna
June 2012
Israel Studies Review;Summer2012, Vol. 27 Issue 1, p125
Academic Journal
A review of the essay on gender and feminism in the books and literatures published in Hebrew is presented. It cites the importance of gender issues in the profusion of books and diversity of associated publishing houses. The author focuses on research, philosophy, and teaching literature published in Israel, about Israel, and written in Hebrew.


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