Judith S. Antonelli is a religious Jew of Italian descent who lives in Boston, Massachusetts. She has has numerous works published by both Jewish and feminist presses. She was associate editor of The Jewish Advocate newspaper and continues as a contributing writer. She was coeditor of Neshama, a quarterly publication on women's spirituality in Judaism. Born in Cincinnati, Ohio, Antonelli has degrees in psychology, journalism, and women's studies, as well as many years of expertise in the study of Western religious tradition.
This is the only feminist book I kept after paring down my library (because my interests lie elsewhere). It reveals a wealth of fascinating ideas and facts. Read morePublished 4 months ago by K. Burroughs
For the student of Judaism this will be quite a turn of events. I find the concept excellent: the views and analogies to be very intriguing.Published on July 5, 2013 by Sunnie Levy