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Category: Gender

May a Woman Recite Birkat Eirusin?

Rabbi Dov Linzer (Posted on March 6, 2017)
From the Lindenbaum Center for Halakhic Studies

Halakha and Electric Shavers

Rabbi Dov Linzer (Posted on February 8, 2017)
From the Lindenbaum Center for Halakhic Studies

Can A Woman Be A Sandak?

Rabbi Ysoscher Katz (Posted on January 9, 2017)
From the Lindenbaum Center for Halakhic Studies

Women Leading Selichot: A Response to Rabbi Ysoscher Katz

Rabbi Dov Linzer (Posted on October 10, 2016)
From the Lindenbaum Center for Halakhic Studies

May a Woman Lead Selichot and the Recital of God’s Thirteen Attributes of Mercy? (English)

Rabbi Ysoscher Katz (Posted on October 9, 2016)
From the Lindenbaum Center for Halakhic Studies

May a Woman Lead Selichot and the Recital of God’s 13 Principles of Mercy? A Response to Rabbi Dov Linzer in Hebrew

Rabbi Ysoscher Katz (Posted on September 27, 2016)
From the Lindenbaum Center for Halakhic Studies

Women and Kriyat HaTorah: A Response from Rabbi Aryeh Klapper

Rabbi Aryeh Klapper (Posted on September 8, 2016)
From the Lindenbaum Center for Halakhic Studies

Further on Women and Kri’at HaTorah: A Response to Rabbi Aryeh Klapper

Rabbi Ysoscher Katz (Posted on September 6, 2016)
From the Lindenbaum Center for Halakhic Studies

Women and Kri’at Hatorah: Response to Rav Yoni Rosensweig

Rabbi Ysoscher Katz (Posted on September 6, 2016)
From the Lindenbaum Center for Halakhic Studies

Women and Kri’at HaTorah: A Response from Rav Yoni Rosensweig

Yoni Rosensweig (Posted on September 6, 2016)
From the Lindenbaum Center for Halakhic Studies

P’sak Halakhah and Women’s Voices

Rabbi Dov Linzer (Posted on September 5, 2016)
From the Lindenbaum Center for Halakhic Studies

Tzniut, Halakha, and the Male Gaze

by Rabbi Dov Linzer Posted on August 15, 2016

This essay was written in the context of this op ed in the New York Times. This accompanying source sheet provides a closer look at the sources.  Tova Hartman, in her chapter “Modesty and the Religious Male Gaze,” in Feminism Encounters Traditional Judaism, discusses the topic of the male gaze, and how the culture around Continue Reading »