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" How Did Early Modern Jewish Women Accumulate Cultural Capital?" 

When: Mon., Oct. 14, 5:30 p.m. 2013
Moshe Rosman, professor at Bar Ilan University, discusses how, beginning in the 16th century, European women attained higher cultural status by slowly moving from being cultural observers to being cultural actors in terms of synagogue participation, education, ritual behavior & literary habits.
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