Tuesday, April 11, 2000

Bibliography of Sources on Sexual and Domestic Violence in the Jewish Community

Bibliography of Sexual and Domestic Violence in the Jewish Community
By Marica Cohn Spiegel
Published: April 11, 2000, Revised January 12, 2004
Copyright © (2004) Minnesota Center Against Violence and Abuse

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Your input is appreciated. If you have information to add, please forward it to: MCSpiegel@aol.com.
  • Organizations working in the field which may be able to provide useful information:
  • The Center for Prevention Sexual/Domestic Violence (www.cpsdv.org) has changed its name to The FaithTrust Institute. Rabbi Cindy Enger is the director of the Jewish program
  • Jewish Women International
  • Israeli mental health
  • L.O. Combat Violence Against Women
  • The Awareness Center/The Jewish Coalition Against Sexual Abuse/Assault

Because of the increased reporting of incidents of abuse in the Jewish and general press, it is no longer possible to maintain a list of such articles. In addition to daily papers in major cities, the following periodicals can be useful in searches:
  • JTA's Jewish News (Daily)
  • JTA (Jewish Telegraphic Agency)
  • Jerusalem Post
  • Jerusalem Report
  • The Journal of Religion and Abuse, Haworth Pastoral Press includes articles about Jewish issues. See www.HaworthPress.com for complete index of articles.

Those articles marked with ** are the most comprehensive. Articles printed in bold are particularly useful resources.

Ackerman, Gwen. "Pride and prejudice." Jerusalem Post, Aug. 30, 1999.

Adelman, Ph.D., Madeline. "Gender, Law, and Nation: The Politics of Domestic Violence in Israel." Duke University, Department of Cultural Anthropology, 1997. This will be published in the near future. No information yet on which journal.

Adler, Rachel, "A Stumbling Block Before the Blind: Sexual Exploitation in Pastoral Counseling," CCAR Journal: A Reform Jewish Quarterly, Spring 1993, pp.13-54. (See responses by H. Kosovkse, in CCARJournal, Summer 1994, pp. 5, and Arthur Gross Schaefer, Summer 1995, pp. 75-79.)

Alexiou, Alice Sperberg, "Waking Up To The Reality Of Abuse," Long Island Jewish World, April 15-21, 1994, pp. 14-16.

Alpert, Rebecca, "Old and New Means to Insight," Sh'ma, Dec. 28, 1990, 21(404): 25.

Anson, Ofra and Shifra Sagy, "Marital Violence: Comparing Women in Violent and Nonviolent Unions," Human Relations, March 1995, Vol. 48(3) p. 285-305.

Antonelli, Judith S., In the Image of God: A Feminist Commentary on the Torah, Northvale, New Jersey: Jason Aronson Inc. 1995. (See sections on child abuse, incest, rape, wife abuse.)

Antonelli, Judith S. "Jewry 'must get real' about spousal abuse: Advocates". Wisconsin Jewish Chronicle, XVIII (48) Dec. 15, 1995, p. 11.

Ari, Ronit Lev, and Dafna Boostan, After the Battering: The Struggle of Battered Women with Violence in the Family, Tel Aviv, Israel: Na'amat Movement of Working Women. (Information for Israeli women.)

Arnold, Michael, "Domestic Violence Coming into Focus in Israel after Official is Accused of Striking His Wife, a New Issue Begins to Surface," Forward, Nov. 29, 1996, p. 1.

Arsone, Sarah, "Battered Wives: Spousal Abuse in Jewish Hones." The Jewish Journal. Los Angeles, October 22, 1993, p. 10.

"Artistic Expressions of Rage and Healing," US/Israel Women to Women Newsletter, Fall 1997, 8(3), pp.1,4-5.

"A Safe Place to Turn," Jewish Family Service of Los Angeles News, Spring 1998, pp. 1,6-7.

Avni, Noga, "Battered Wives: The Home as a Total Institution, (an Israeli study)" Violence and Victims, 1991. 6: 137-149.

Avni, Noga, "Battered Wives: Characteristics of Their Courtship Days, (an Israeli study)" Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 1991, 6: 232-239.

Axelrod, Ira, "When the Problem is our Own," Jewish Homemaker, Dec. 1993, 25(2): 6-7.

Banks, Sandy, "A Killing that Shook a Community to its Core," (4 Jewish girls turn violent), Los Angeles Times, Metro, 1, April 13, 1997. See Naomi Pfefferman, Los Angeles Jewish Journal, April 25, 1997.

Barak, A., Pitterman, Y., & Yitzhaki, R. An empirical test of the role of power differential in originating sexual harassment. Basic and Applied Social Psychology, 1995:17, 497-517.

Barak, A. A cognitive-behavioral educational workshop to combat sexual harassment in the workplace. Journal of Counseling and Development, 1994, 72: 595-602.

Barak, A. Sexual Harassment at the workplace: Science and legend. Human resources, International Journal of Adolescent Medicine & health, 1, 343-356.

Barnard, Anne, Steve Ritea and Ralph Vigoda, "Rabinowitz Admits Killing Wife: A dream urged him to do the right thing," Philadelphia Inquirer, A1, Oct. 31, 1997. Stories on murder of Stefanie Rabinowitz appeared almost daily in this paper since the date of murder, 4-29-97. See also Jim Nolan in the Daily News.

Bar-Natan, Ya'acov, "Sexual Offenses Redefined," Israel Scene, 1988, 10(5):9.

Bart, Pauline, "Why Jewish Women Get Raped," Lilith, Summer, 1986, #15, pp. 8-12.

Bass, Ellen and Laura Davis, The Courage to Heal: A Guide for Women Survivors of Child Sexual Abuse, NY: Harper Row, 1988, pp. 52, 63, 108, 130, 177, 188-190, 359-366.

"Battered Women Urged to Save Their Own Lives," B'nai Brith Messenger, Los Angeles, Nov. 21, 1980, p. 31.

Beck, Evelyn, "Therapy's Double Dilemma: Anti-Semitism and Misogyny," Special Issue: Jewish Women in Therapy: Seen But Not Heard. Women and Therapy, 1990, Vol. 10(4) p. 19-30.

Ben-David, Amith and Yoav Lavee, "Migration and Marital Distress: The Case of Soviet Immigrants," Journal of Divorce and Remarriage 21: 133-1465, 1994.

Ben-Zvi, R. and Horsfall, E., "Adolescent Rape: The Role of Rape Crisis Counseling," International Journal of Adolescent Medicine and Health, 1, pp. 343-356.

Ben Shaul, D'vora, "Today, The Silent Scream," Jerusalem Post, July 1, 1983, p. 9.

Bendet, Billa Tessler, "How to Prevent It" Jewish Homemaker, Dec. 1993, 25(2): 8-11.

Benjamin, Sophia, "God and Abuse: A Survivor Story," in Umansky, Ellen M. and Dianne Ashton, Four Centuries of Jewish Women's Spirituality: A Sourcebook. Boston: Beacon Press, 1992, pp.326-334.

Berger, Joseph, "A Case of Marital Discord Hits a Nerve," New York Times Metro Section, Feb. 15, 1996,B1.

Berger, Joseph, "Hasidic Volunteers Help Find Suspect in Beating," New York Times, Feb. 16, 1996, B5.

Berman, Michele, "Getting Out: A Shocking Look at Spousal Abuse in the Jewish Community," The Observer (of Stern College), April 10, 1995, pp. 8-9.

Berner, Leila Gal, "Our Silent Seasons" a ceremony of healing from sexual abuse, in Lifecycles: Jewish Women on Life Passages and Personal Milestones by Debra Orenstein, editor, Woodstock, Vermont: Jewish Lights, 1994, pp. 121-136.

Bertelson, Christine. "Jewish families not immune to domestic abuse." St. Louis Post- Dispatch. march 16, 1995. p. 01B.

Biale, Rachel, Women and Jewish Law: An Exploration of Women's Issues in Halakhic Sources, New York: Shocken Books, 1984.

Blum-Cogan, L. "Jewish community response to family abuse." Denver, Colorado. Lilith. Winter, 1991, 17(1), p. 7, 33.

Blum, J. Domestic Violence in the North American Jewish Community: Issues and Communal Programs. New York: Council of Jewish Federations, 1992.

Blumenthal, David, Facing the Abusing God: A Theology of Protest, Louisville: Presbyterian Publishing House, 1993.

Blumenthal, D. R. "Who is battering whom?" Conservative Judaism, 1992, 45, 72-89.

Blustain, Rachel, "Mikvah Ladies Looking for Signs of Trouble," Forward , Dec. 29, 1995 pp. 1+.

Blustain, Sarah, "Orthodox at 'Turning Point' on Domestic Violence," Forward, Dec. 29, 1995 pp. 1+.

**Blustain, Sarah, "A Paradoxical Legacy: Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach's Shadow Side," Lilith, Spring 1998, 23(1), pp. 10-17, and "Sex, Power and Our Rabbis: Readers Respond to 'Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach's Shadow Side'," Lilith, Summer 1998, pp. 12-16.

Blustain, Sarah, "Rabbis Demand a 'Public Outcry' on Agunot," Lilith, Summer 1998, 23(2) p. 5.

Bonner, Nadine (1996, May 24). "Rabbis quietly counsel congregants for wife abuse, study finds." Wisconsin Jewish Chronicle XIX: 20, p. 3.

"Borough Park Woman is Sentenced in the Fatal Beating of Her Son," New York Times, V. 141, Jan. 10, 1992, p. B3.

Boxall, Bettina, "1 Accused Rabbi will Stay Jailed for Weekend," Los Angeles Times, Metro 1, June 3, 1995. Follow-up article "Teenager Confronts Rabbi at Molestation Sentencing Hearing," Los Angeles Times, Metro (back page), Jan. 19, 1996. "Rabbi's Aide gets 22 Months," Los Angeles Times, Metro, Jan. 20, 1996, p.2. "Sex Charge Against Rabbi to be Dropped," Los Angeles Times, Metro, Sept. 23, 1997, B2. A related article by Douglas P. Shuit, "Deal to Drop Sex Charge Against Rabbi Unravels," Los Angeles Times, Sept. 123, 1997, A18.

Breitman, Barbara, "Social and Spiritual Reconstruction of Self Within A Feminist Jewish Community." Special Issue: Women's Spirituality, Women's Lives, in Women and Therapy, 1995, Vol. 16 (2-3) p. 73-82.

**Broken Vows: Religious Perspectives on Domestic Violence, videotape and study guide, Seattle: Center for the Prevention of Sexual and Domestic Violence, 1994.

Brooks, Egerton. "3 women accuse rabbi of molestation," Metropolitan Section, The Dallas Morning News. May 16, 1998.

Brown, Cheryl Anne and Miriam Rinn, "The Secret Behind Closed Doors: Domestic Violence in Jewish Homes," Women's American ORT Reporter, Winter 1993, 20-23.

Bulka, Reuven P. "Editor's Perspective." Journal of Psychology and Judaism. Summer 1998; 22(2): 89. Editorial.

Bulkin, Elly, Enter Password: Recovery, Albany, New York: Turtle Books, 1990.

Bulkin, Elly, "Enter Password: Recovery, " Bridges, Spring 1991: 2(1): 138-142.

Burgansky, Michael, "A Comparison Between Battered Women Living at Homes and Residing in a Shelter," Journal of Social Work and Policy in Israel, 2, 1989, 7-29.

Burstyn, Gail, "Jewish Identity, Anti-Semitism and the Battered Women's Movement," NCADV VOICE, Fall 1990 pp. 1-2+.

Cantor, Debra, "One Question is Many Questions," Sh'ma, Dec. 28, 1990, 21(404):26-27.

Carnay, Janet, Ruth Magder, Laura Wine Paster, Marcia Cohn Spiegel, Abigail Weinberg, The Jewish Woman's Awareness Guide, New York: Biblio Press, 1992. See chapters "Shalom Bayit," "Control of Our Bodies," "Taking Action," "From Chance to Choice."

"Carmella Lobby Combats Domestic Violence," Na'amat Woman, March-April 1995, p.24 Also see "Message from the President" (p. 3) on domestic violence.

Cavanagh, Michael E., "The Myths of Relationship Abuse," Journal of Religion and Health, Spring 1994, 33 (1): 45-50.

Chabin, Michele, "Child Abuse in Israel -- Focus on Issues: Israeli Programs Help Families Overcome Scourge of Child Abuse,"news release from Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Jan. 7, 1998.

Chira, Susan, "But What About the Children?" New York Times, August 14, 1994, Section 13:1.

Chronis, Peter G. and Alan Snel, "Rabbi's Wife Cites Abuse in Separation File; legal move shocks community of ultraorthodox Lubavitchers," Denver Post, Oct. 24, 1996, p. 1B. Ad announcing Report of Othodox Beth Din on this case, Denver Post, Nov. 18, 1996, 3B. Subsequent article by Howard Pankratz, "Rabbi Must Keep Distance; doctor says Jewish leader made threats on her life," Denver Post, Dec. 5, 1996, p. 2B. Also, "Plea Brings End to Battle Between Rabbi and Doctor," Denver Post, Jan. 30, 1997, B3. See article by Hillel Goldberg.

Clift, Elayne, "Israeli Women Challenge Violence, Oppression, and Patriarchy," New Directions for Women, July-August, 1993, p. 14.

Cohen, Anita, "The World is a Good Place After All," Na'amat Women, Nov./Dec. 1997, pp. 17-19,32.

Cohen, Debra Nussbaum, "Handful of New York Rabbis Apparently Sanctioning Bigamy."(agunot), Jerusalem Report, Oct. 31, 1996, p. 11.

Cohen, Debra Nussbaum, "Critics Push for Stricter Codes for Handling Sexual Misconduct," (Sexual abuse by rabbis), Jewish Telegraphic Agency Daily News Bulletin, 74:178, Sept. 20, 1996, p. 1-3. This also appeared as "Rabbinic Misconduct; Sexual Exploitation by some Spiritual Leaders Raises the Question: Are there really rules or is it an old boys network," Los Angeles Jewish Journal, Oct. 18, 1996, p. 10-12.

Cohen, Debra Nussbaum, "Pushed to the Limit by Abuse: One Woman's Story," Jewish Women International Jewish Woman Magazine, Summer 1998, pp. 8-12.

Cohen, Debra Nussbaum, "Rabbinical Seminaries Offer Scant Training on Sexual Ethics," Jewish Telegraphic Agency Daily News Bulletin, 74:178, Sept. 20, 1996, p. 3.

Cohen, Debra Nussbaum, "Singled out? The Dilemma for Unmarried Rabbis: To Date or not to Date Congregants," Los Angeles Jewish Journal, Oct. 25, 1996, p. 28.

Cohen, Debra Nussbaum, "Get Cracking Means Child Betrothal," Los Angeles Jewish Journal, May 25, 1995.

Cohen, Laura Rosen. "After college -- private lessons in pain." Jerusalem Post. Jan. 13, 1995.

Cohen, Tamara, "Reclaiming Oneself," Sh'ma, Jan. 9, 1996, 26(506) pp. 3-4. (A ritual of healing.)

Cole, Susan J., "From Addiction to Recovery: A Jewish Spiritual Journey," United Synagogue Review, Fall, 1995, 48:1, pp 30-33.

"Community Denial Prevents Recognition: Alcohol Causing Problems for Israelis," B'nai Brith Messenger, Los Angeles, May 8, 1981, p. 9.

Conrad, Gertrude, and Janet Cohen Hurwitz, "Child Abuse," Hadassah, 1988, 69(8): 26.

Cowan, Jennifer R., "Survery Finds 70% of Women Rabbis Sexually Harassed," Moment, Oct. 1993, 18:5, pp. 34-37.

Cramer, Liz, "Recommendations for Working with Jewish Battered Women," NCADV VOICE, Fall 1990 pp. 4-5+. (This issue also includes other articles on addressing issues of battered Jewish women in non-Jewish settings.)

Cwik, Marc Steven, "Couples at Risk? A Feminist Exploration of Why Spousal Abuse May Develop within Orthodox Jewish Marriages," Family Therapy, 1995:22(3), pp. 165-183.

Cwik, Marc Steven. "Peace in the Home? The Response of Rabbis to Wife Abuse within American Jewish Congregations." Journal of Psychology and Judaism, Winter 1996 (20:4) pp. 279-348, and Spring 1997 (21:1) pp. 5-81.

Daniels, Yaffa, "Domestic Violence: Too Close to Home," Kosher Outlook, Rosh Hashana 5754/1993, pp. 10-11.

Danzig, Rivka Ausubel, "The Battered Jewish Family: Social and Clinical Implications," in Crisis and Continuity: The Jewish Family in the 21st Century, edited by Norman Linzer, Irving Levitz, David Schnall, Hoboken, N. J.: KTAV Publishing House, 1995, pp. 39-53.

**Davis, Laura, I Thought We'd Never Speak Again: The Road from Estrangement to Reconciliation, New York: HarperCollins, 2002. While not a "Jewish" book, several cases explore incest and violence in Jewish families, and discuss Jewish perspectives on forgiveness and healing.

deBeer, Elizabeth R., "Wife Abuse, Drugs and Silence," Lilith, Summer 1988, pp. 6-9.

Deutsch, Lauren. "Intrafamily Violence Focus of Parley: Battered Jewish Woman Comes Out of the Closet," Los Angeles J.F.C. Bulletin, Nov. 3, 1980.

Dorff, Elliott, "Family Violence," A Responsum for The Committee on Jewish Law and Standards of The Rabbinical Assembly, September 1995. (This 64-page paper has four sections: The Legal Status of Abuse; Defamatory Speech vs. Saving a Life; The Abused Party; and The Abuser.)

Dorff, Elliott N. "Family Violence: Our Problem Too." United Synagogue Review, Fall 1996, pp. 15-17+.

Dratch, Rabbi Mark, "The Physical, Sexual, and Emotional Abuse of Children," Proposal submitted to "The R.C.A. Roundtable," Nisan 5752.

Druckerman, Pamela. "Domestic Violence Among Jews Gets More Attention Since Simpson Case." Jewish Telegraphic Agency Daily News Bulletin, July 8, 1994.

Dugger, Celia W., "As Mother Killed her Son, Protectors Observed Privacy," New York Times, Feb. 10, 1992, 141, p. A1.

Eaglstein, A. S., & Karniel, Y. (1991). The youth examiner: An Israeli socio-legal experiment. Children & Society, 5, 317-323.

Ebenstein, Ruth, "The Plague of Child Abuse," Jerusalem Report, Nov. 21, 1991, II(5):18.

Edlis, N. 1993). Rape crisis: Development of a center in an Israeli hospital. Special Double Issue: An international perspective on social work in health care. Social Work in Health Care, 18, 169-178.

Eibeshitz, Jehoshua, editor, Women in the Holocaust, Volume 1, N.Y.: December, 1993.

Eilam, Esther, "Rape and Rape Survivors in Israel," translated by Sharon Ne'eman, in Calling the Equality Bluff: Women in Israel, edited by Barbara Swirksi and Marilyn P. Safir, New York: Pergamon Press, 1991, pp. 312-318.

Eilberg-Schwartz, Howard, Savage in Judaism, Bloomington: Univeristy of Indiana Press, 1990, pp. 128-140, 167-173, 179-186.

Egerton, Brooks, "3 Women Accuse Rabbi of Molestation," Metropolitan Section, 5/16/98, The Dallas Morning News.

El Or, Tamar, "The Length of the Slits and the Spread of Luxury: Reconstructing the Subordination of Ultra-Orthodox Jewish Women Through the Patriarchy of Men Scholars," Sex Roles, 1993, November, Vol. 29 (9-10) p. 585-598.

Elliman, Wendy, "Cushioning the Blows," Hadassah, Oct. 1993, 75(2): 30-1.

Ellis, Shmuel, Azy Barak and Adaya Pinto, "Moderating Effects of Personal Cognitions on Experienced and Perceived Sexual Harassment of Women at the Workplace," (an Israeli study). Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 1991, 21: 1320-1337.

Englade, Ken. Everybody's Best Friend, St. Martin's Press, 1999. The story of the murder of Stefanie Rabinowitz by her husband.

**Featherman, Joan. "Jews and Sexual Child Abuse," Sexual Abuse in Nine North American Cultures: Treatment and Prevention, edited by Lisa Fontes. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, 1995.

Fifield, Adam and Michael Lesher, "A Child's at Stake: A Custody Fight Becomes a Political Nightmare," Village Voice, Oct. 1, 1996, pp10+. (Update on story of Sherry Neustein, see Wenzel, Lynn, "Will It Ever End?")

"Fighting Domestic Violence on Many Fronts", US/Israel Women to Women Newsletter, Summer 1997, 8:2,7.

"Fighting Family Violence," Jewish Monthly, Jan. 1989, 103(5):46.

Fine, Arlene, "Shattered Families, Shattered Myths," Cleveland Jewish News, Feb. 7, 1997.

Fink, Ilana, "Book Review of Abraham Twerski, The Shame Borne in Silence: Spouse Abuse in the Jewish Community." Viewpoint (National Council of Young Israel), Summer 1997, p. 48.

Fish, Brynna, "Revealing Family Violence: One Woman's Personal Story," Cleveland Jewish News, March 25, 1988, p. 15.

Fishkoff, Sue, "The Status of Women in Israel," Na'amat Woman, March/April 1998, pp. 8-12,32-33.

Fishman, Tamara. "Kol Ishah: Rooms for Refuge." Lilith. Summer 1998; 23(2):4.

"Forum: Family Violence is a Jewish Issue," Journal of Jewish Communal Service, Winter, 1991, 68:2, pp. 94-139.

"Fourteen Days: Battered Women," The Jerusalem Report, Dec. 21, 1998, p. 8.

"Fourteen Days: Tip of the Iceberg," The Jerusalem Report, April 12, 1999, p. 10.

Fried, Bette, "Responding to Domestic Violence: A Progress Report," United Synagogue Review, Spring, 1995, pp.15+.

Friedman, Ina, "Israel's Battered Women," Los Angeles Jewish Journal, Oct. 28, p. 23.

Friedman, Jeanette, "Our Dirty Little Secret is No More," Sh'ma, Jan. 19, 1996, 26(506) pp.1-2.

Frishtik, Mordechai. "Physical and Sexual Violence by Husbands as a Reason for Imposing a Divorce in Jewish Law." The Jewish Law Annual, 1991, v9, p. 145.

Frishtik, Mordechai. "Physical Violence by Parents against their Children in Jewish History and Jewish Law." The Jewish Law Annual. 1992, v10, p. 79.

Frishtik, Mordechai, "Violence Against Women in Judaism," Journal of Psychology and Judaism, 14, Fall 1990, 131-153.

Frondorf, S., Death of a "Jewish American Princess": The True Story of a Victim on Trial, New York: Villard Books, 1988.

Galst, Liz, "Healing Words," (interview with Laura Davis, child abuse survivor), The Advocate, Oct. 22, 1991, p. 87.

**Gardsbane, Diane, editor, Embracing Justice: A resource guide for rabbis on domestic abuse, Washington, D.C., Jewish Women International, 2002. In addition to a wide range of articles, this book contains an excellent list of resources.

**Gardsbane, Diane, editor, Healing and Wholeness: A resource Guide on Domestic Abuse in the Jewish Community, Washington, D.C., Jewish Women International, 2002. This is a comprehensive exploration of the subject for both professionals and lay people, and includes a list or resources.

Garfinkel, David, "Nice Jewish Boy Who Beat Me Up," Lincoln Independent Tabloid, Dec. 30, 1997, pp. 10-11.

Gerson, Rhonda and Toby Myers, "Abuse in Jewish Families," Lilith, June 1988, 20: 6-9.

Giller, Betsy, "All in the Family: Violence in the Jewish Home," in Jewish Women in Therapy, edited by Rachel Josefowitz Siegel and Ellen Cole, New York: Harrington Park Press, 1991, pp. 101-109. [also found as: Giller, Betsy, "All in the Family: Violence in the Jewish Home," Special Issue: Jewish Women in Therapy: Seen But Not Heard. Women and Therapy, 1990, Vol. 10 (4) p. 101-109.]

Giller, Betsy and Ellen Goldsmith, All in the Family: A study of Intra-familial Violence in the Los Angeles Jewish Community, unpublished master's thesis, Hebrew Union College and University of Southern California, Los Angeles, 1979.

Gilman, Sander L. "Sibling Incest, Madness and the 'Jews'." Jewish Social Studies. Winter 1998, 4(2): 157-179.

Ginsburg, Ruth, "Visualizing the Future without Domestic Violence," Neshama, Spring 1996, 8:2, p. 1.

Gluck, Bob, "Domestic Violence: No More Silence," Reconstruction, March 1989, 54:5, p. 6.

Goldberg, Bert J., "Has the Jewish Family Really Changed?" Sh'ma, May 3, 1991, 21:413, pp.101-102.

Goldberg, Hillel and Chris Lepper, "Week of Dismay, tragedy," Intermountain jewish News, Jan. 31, 1997, 1+. See Peter Chronis articles in Denver Post that detail story of abuse by Rabbi Yisroel Popack.

Goldberg, Lilith, "Surviving Incest in a Holocaust Family," Lilith, Winter 1993, 18:1, pp.20-23.

Goldman, Nathaniel E. "Male Mail." Amit. Winter 1998, LXX(1): 8. Letter.

Goldsmith, Ellen, "Violence in the Jewish Family," Reform Judaism, Winter, 1983/4, 12:20.

Gottlieb, Lynn, "A Public Recovery Ceremony for Women," and "A Public Recovery Ceremony for Men," in She Who Dwells Within: A Feminist Vision of a Renewed Judaism, Harper/San Francisco: 1995, pp. 221-223.

Gozansky, Tamar, "Rape on Kibbutz," Lilith, Spring 1993, 18(1): 16-17.

Graetz, Naomi, "God, the Abusive Husband" The Jerusalem Report, June 12, 1997, p. 31.

Graetz, Naomi, "God is to Israel as Husband is to Wife: The Metaphoric Battering of Hosea's Wife," in A. Brenner, editor The Feminist Companion to the Bible: Volume 8, Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press, 1995, pp 126-145.

Graetz, Naomi, "Judaism Confronts Wife-Beating," Women in Judaism: A Multidisciplinary Journal, 1 (1998).

Graetz, Naomi, Jewish Tradition and Spouse Abuse, Northvale, New Jersey: Jason Aronson, forthcoming.

Graetz, Naomi, "Rejection: A Rabbinic Response to Wife-Beating," in Gender and Judaism: The Transformation of Tradition, edited by T.M. Rudavsky, New York University Press: New York and London, 1995, pp 13-23.

**Naomi Graetz, Silence is Deadly: Judaism Confronts Wifebeating, Jason Aronson, 1998

Graetz, Naomi, "The Haftorah Tradition and the Metaphoric Battering of Hosea's Wife," Conservative judaism, Fall, 1992, 45:1, 29-42. Also see responses to this article by Benjamin Scolnic, "Bible-Battering" in the same issue, 43-52, and David Blumenthal, "Who is Battering Whom", Conservative Judaism,Spring 1993, 45:3, 72-89.

"Grandpa Asher" and "Yossi's Story", Update: Jerusalem Shelter for Battered Women, Women to Women, Jan.-June, 1998, P. 2.

Gregor, Carol, "Rabbi David Senter: The Violence Factor," Lifestyles, Winter 1994, vol. 24 #133, p. 41.

Greenberg, Blu, "A Crime Against God, Too," Los Angeles Jewish Journal, July 15, 1994, p. 19.

Greenberg, Paul, "Yizkor," Sh'ma, May 3, 1991, 21:(413), p. 97.

Greenberg, Yitzchak, "Rabbis Can Help by Speaking Out," Moment, April, 1990, p. 49.

Gross, Netty C., "The Bellydancer's Tale," The Jerusalem Report, Feb. 1, 1999, 9(20), pp. 16-18.

Gross, Netty C., "Chained and in Chains," Jerusalem Report, August 31, 1998, p. 12.

Gross, Netty C., "Conspiracy of Silence," The Jerusalem Report, May 24, 1999, pp. 28-29.

Gross, Netty C. "Machismo Gone Mad?" Jerusalem Report, Dec. 6, 1999, p. 20-25. 21 Israeli women murdered in the 18 months by the men who loved them.

Gross, Netty C., "A Prayer for Mercy." Jerusalem Report, Feb. 14, 2000, p.1.

Gross, Netty C., "PR or Priority", Netanyus stance on domestic violence, Jerusalem Report, July 10, 1997, p. 24.

Gross, Susan, "Lot's Daughters Reveal it was Child Abuse," a poem, Lilith, Fall, 1997, p. 22.

Grossman, Avraham, "Medieval Rabbinic Views on Wife Beating, 800-1300," Jewish History, 5, 1992, 53-62.

Grossman, Naomi, "Domestic Violence in the Jewish Community, " Na'amat Woman, Nov-Dec., 1994, pp.4-6+.

Grunwald, Michael and Tom Moroney, "Executive Held in Grisly Slaying," Boston Globe, Aug. 30, 1995, p.1. +, "Rosenthal Had Turned to Religion: Synagogue Members Detail Strange Behavior," Boston Globe, Sept. 1, 1995, P. 33 (Metro). See Judy Rakowsky story, "Jury convicts," Nov. 8, 1996.

Guenther, Alan. "Neulander Gets Grant for Crime Victims," May 31, 1998. New Jersey News articles could be viewed by visiting their site and searching the archives for "Neulander." http://www.courierpostonline.com/. Rabbi Neulander is accused of murdering his wife.

Guterman, Neil B., "Confronting the Unknowns in Jewish Family Violence," Journal of Jewish Communal Service, Fall, 1993, 70(1): 26-33.

Haas, Danielle, "No Second Chance: Israel Debates Ways to Prevent Repeat Sex Crimes," The Jerusalem Report, April 2, 1998, p.20.

Harris, Barbara, "Helping the Abused Jewish Wife or Child," Sh'ma, Oct 16, 1981, 11(219):145.

Harris, B. (1988). Needs of the Jewish abuse victim. In A.L. Horton & J. A. Williamson (Eds.), Abuse and religion: When praying isn't enough. Lexington, MA: Lexington Books/Heath.

Harris, Barbara, "Silent Victims," Women's League Outlook, Winter 1985, 56(2): p. 8

Halevi, Yossi Klein, "Sexual Harassment Calls to Reform,"Jerusalem Report, Oct. 31, 1996, p. 11.

Hecht, Esther. "Hunted Down." Jerusalem Post. Dec. 5, 1979, p. 8.

Heiman, Andrea, "Jews Begin to Address Allegations of Sexual Misconduct by Rabbis," Los Angeles Times, June 19, 1993, B4.

Heinemann, Susan, "Ohel Bridges the Gap," Jewish Homemaker, Dec. 1993, 25(2): 13-18.

Heinemann, Susan, "Special Families," Jewish Homemaker, Dec. 1993, 25(2): 14-15.

Hersh, Amy, "Milestones," Reform Judaism, Spring 1997, 25(3), p. 95.

Hirschberg, Peter, "A Blind Eye to Sexual Harassment," The Jerusalem Report, Jan. 26, 1995:12-14.

Hochman, Anndee. "When Jews abuse: Breaking the myths about Jewish men." Inside. v. 16, no. 1, p. 66.

Hoffman, Charles, "Child Abuse Said Worsening," Jerusalem Post, Nov. 29, 1981.

Horowitz, Sara, "The Context of the Duty to Honor," Sh'ma, May 3, 1991, 21(413): 97-99.

Horsburgh, Beverly, "Lifting the Veil of Secrecy: Domestic Violence in the Jewish Community," Harvard Women's Law Journal, 1995: vol. 18.

"Hostile Hostel," hostel for violent men opens, Jerusalem Report, May 20, 1997, p.8.

Howards, Susan K., "Piercing the Veil of Silence," Neshama, Winter, 1993, 5(4):1.

Humphries, A., "Battered Jewish Women: Shedding Light on a Hidden Problem," J.U.F. News, August, 1986, pp.34-36.

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**Twerski, Abraham, The Shame Borne In Silence: Spouse Abuse In The Jewish Community. Pittsburgh: Mirkov, 1997.

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