Blu Greenberg is the founding president of JOFA, the Jewish Orthodox Feminist Alliance. She was also the Conference Chair of both the first and second International Conference on Feminism and Orthodoxy. She is the author of <i>Black Bread: Poems After the Holocaust, How to Run a Traditional Jewish Household, and On Women and Judaism: A View From Tradition. </i>
Articles by Blu Greenberg
Turning Our Attention Outward
This commentary is provided by special arrangement with American Jewish World Service. To learn more, visit www.ajws.org.At one level, the three ...
Why Jews Hang a Mezuzah on the Doorpost
A mezuzah declares: The people who dwell here live Jewish lives.
Eruv & Women
The construction of an eruv in most traditional communities may be a response to the needs of women.
Halakhah and Feminism
Traditional Judaism can--and should--embrace feminism to allow for greater equality in Jewish religious life.
Rabbinic and Post-Rabbinic Divorce
Over time the rabbis increased the wife's power in a marriage, yet maintained the absolute right of the husband to grant a divorce.
Divorce in the Bible
Biblical divorce law provided some protection for women by setting limits on a man's absolute power to divorce.
Writing & Delivering the Get
Writing and delivering the get (bill of divorce) is a complicated process requiring experts in Jewish divorce law.