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Love, Marriage, and Jewish Families
Paradoxes of a Social Revolution
Sylvia Barack Fishman, ed.

Brandeis University Press



Contents

• Foreword—Shulamit Reinharz
• Acknowledgments
• Introduction: Paradoxes of a Social Revolution—Sylvia Barack Fishman
• PART I LOVE, SEXUALITY, AND PERSONAL CHOICE
• What’s Love Got to Do with It? Marriage and Non-Marriage among Younger American Jews—Daniel Parmer
• Caught in the Middle: Gender, Dating, and Singlehood among Religious Zionist Jews—Ari Engelberg
• “We All Still Have to Potty Train”: Same-Sex Couple Families and the American Jewish Community—Jonathan Krasner
• Gays and Lesbians in Israel: An Overview—Irit Koren
• PART II FAMILY TRANSFORMATIONS
• View from a Different Planet: Fertility Attitudes, Performances, and Policies among Jewish Israelis—Sergio DellaPergola
• Dreams and Realities: American Jewish Young Adults’ Decisions about Fertility—Michelle Shain
• Jewish Single Mothers by Choice—Tehilla Blumenthal
• Judaism as the “Third Shift”: Jewish Families Negotiating Work, Family, and Religious Lives—Rachel S. Bernstein and Sylvia Barack Fishman
• PART III MARRIAGE AND THE LAW
• Behold You Are [Fill in the Blank] to Me: Contemporary Legal and Ritual Approaches to Qiddushin—Gail Labovitz
• Negotiating Divorce at the Intersection of Jewish and Civil Law in North America—Lisa Fishbayn Joffe
• Women, Divorce, and Mamzer Status in the State of Israel—Susan Weiss
• PART IV BACKLASH AND REACTION
• The Secret of Jewish Masculinity: Contemporary Haredi Gender Ideology—Yoel Finkelman
• Between Modesty and Beauty: Reinterpreting Female Piety in the Israeli Haredi Community—Lea Taragin-Zeller
• Notes about the Art
• Contributors
• Index

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