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A Name to Hide. On philo-Semitic Desires, Subjugation and Recognition

Strategies of Shaming It is slightly weird, but a certain institution, that describes itself as educating “Rabbis for Europe,” consistently refers to me as Christine Steuer-Tzuberi, all the time, again and again, determined and systematically. In the beginning, this provoked … Continue reading

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Three Men Walk into a Mikwe

Victimization does not empower me A couple of month ago, Rabbi Freundel, a rabbi from Washington D.C., lost his job. He had clandestinely peered at female converts, while they were preparing for their immersion in the mikwe (a pool for … Continue reading

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