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Blu Greenberg (born 1936) is an American writer specializing in Modern Orthodox Judaism and women's issues. She is the author of On Women and Judaism: A View from Tradition (1981) and Black Bread: Poems, After the Holocaust (1994).
Greenberg is active in the movement to bridge the gulf between Orthodox Judaism and feminism. In 1997 and 1998, she chaired the first and second International Conference on Feminism and Orthodoxy, and is co-founder and first president of the Jewish Orthodox Feminist Alliance. She has also tried to build bridges between women of different faiths by helping to set up "Women of Faith," and by her involvement in the "Dialogue Project," which seeks to unite Jewish and Palestinian women. She lectures widely at universities and to Jewish communities in the United States and elsewhere.
Greenberg has an MA in clinical psychology from the City University of New York, and an MS in Jewish history from Yeshiva University. She is married to Rabbi Irving Greenberg, who is also a well-known author and professor.
- (1998) King Solomon and Queen of Sheba. Pitspopany Press; Book & Toy edition: ISBN 0-943706-76-9
- (1994) Black Bread: Poems, After the Holocaust. Ktav Publishing House. ISBN 0-88125-490-8
- (1985) How to Run a Traditional Jewish Household. Fireside. ISBN 0-671-60270-5
- (1981) On Women and Judaism: A View from Tradition. Jewish Publication Society of America. ISBN 0-8276-0226-X
- "Will There Be Orthodox Women Rabbis?". Judaism 33.1 (Winter 1984): 23-33.
- "Is Now the Time for Orthodox Women Rabbis?". Moment Dec. 1992: 50-53, 74.
- Jewish Women and the Feminist Revolution from the Jewish Women's Archive
- "Orthodox, Feminist, and Proud of it", Belief.net, undated, retrieved January 27, 2006
- Website of the Jewish Orthodox Feminist Alliance
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