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Ariella T. Brown <firstname.lastname@example.org>
I am working on forms of identity for Jewish women. I am focused on the emerging identities for Jewish women in 20th century America, particularly for Orthodox women and the question of the rival forces of religion and secular values by which they define themselves. With respect to that question, I wish to examine what girls' schools teach and what aspirations the schools impress on the students. The traditional camp is in a quandary, for it must educate girls in Torah while conveying the message that Torah remains the male domain and thus cannot define the female vocation.
|List Affiliations:||Advisory Board Member for H-Judaic
Religious Studies and Theology
Women, Gender, and Sexuality
English Ph.D. from the Graduate Center of the City University of NY.
BA from Queens College
Teaching certificate from Michlalah Jerusalem College.
Teaching Experience: Thesis Seminar at Columbia University's Liberal Studies MA program
College Composition at Bronx Community College, SUNY Farmingdale, YU, NJIT, Ruttgers, Borough of Manhattan Community College.