Shofar, an Interdisciplinary Journal of Jewish Studies publishes original, scholarly work and reviews a wide range of recent books in Judaica. Founded in 1981, Shofar is published quarterly by Purdue University Press on behalf of the University's Jewish Studies Program. It is the official journal of the Western and Midwest Jewish Studies Associations.
Shofar Table of Contents
Volume 33, Number 2
Kol Isha: Malka Zipora’s Lekhaim as the Voice of the Hasidic Woman in Quebec
Karen E. H. Skinazi
Honest to One’s Self: Censorship and Variants in American Editions of Meyer Levin’s In Search
Drowning Ulysses: Saving Levi from Agamben’s Remnant
Playing the Whore: Illicit Union and the Biblical Typology of Promiscuity in the Toledot Yeshu Tradition
Natalie E. Latteri
Sexual Violence during the Holocaust: The Case of Forced Prostitution in the Warsaw Ghetto
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