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Spring 2011: CONVERSATIONS
Spring 2010: Fable, Folklore and Legend
For twenty years Bridges has published translations in nearly every issue. This issue's introduction highlights the reasons for doing so. The desire to bring a particular woman writer to light; to make our vision of Jewish life more complex; to engage with painful or important histories; to honor women's knowledge and participate in the transmission of womens knowledge; and to recover what has been dismissed, minimized, or hidden from view are some of the reasons being explored in this issue.
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Bridges illuminates a variety of landscapes: for activists, Jews, feminists, lesbians, it is both bread and roses. In these pages, contemporary Jewish feminist culture and politics come alive in all their tumultuous diversity.
Every issue features essays, fiction, poetry, art and reviews on the cutting edge of feminist Judaism, including translations of literature side-by-side with the Ladino, Spanish and Yiddish originals.
Special issues have focused on poetry, women of color, class, young women, Sephardi and Mizrahi women, and confronting text and tradition. Complete tables of contents for back issues are here.
Bridges celebrates and illustrates Jewish women's identity and social justice activism with articles by and about lesbians, working-class Jews, Jewish women of varied ethnic backgrounds, and reports on Israeli women peace workers.
Bridges is published by Indiana University Press. The Bridges editorial group is responsible for content and editing. Donations keep Bridges' editorial offices running. We are grateful to our readers for their ongoing support and enthusiasm for Jewish, feminist publishing.
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In remembrance of Bridges editorial group member Enid Dame, of blessed memory.
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