Jewish Women's Scholarly Writings on the Bible
Recent biblical scholarship has been witness to the growing visibility of women scholars, and the profound impact of feminist criticism. Jewish women have participated actively in these trends, and there now exists a corpus of Jewish women's biblical scholarship, some of which also partakes of and contributes to the area of feminist criticism. What follows is a brief survey that outlines its range of subject matter and methodologies, examines its presuppositions, and assesses its place in the field of biblical studies in general and feminist biblical criticism more specifically. The works cited are only a small sample of an ever‐growing library, but they illustrate the diversity of current approaches and interests that are addressed in Jewish women's writing on the Bible.