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Scholarly paper on Jewish Orthodox Divorce, how the laws are different and the r

Scholarly paper on Jewish Orthodox Divorce, how the laws are different and the role women and men play in the process.
8 Sources, 5 need to be scholarly. And a good thesis, (will tip extra if you include a proposal page with the sources)
Should be well written, has a strong thesis, is well argued, is well organized, uses textual evidence well, shows excellent critical analysis of texts, could not have written before course, has no typological/syntactical errors

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3, include personal reactions to it, and questions.

Based off the reading Levenson Ch 3, 4; Excerpts from the writings of Hirsch and Geiger 1, summary, give main points and discussion of the reading; 2, What is Hirsch’s and Geiger’s view of history, the Jewish people, the Jewish scriptures and the Jewish God? How is it different from the traditional Jewish view? Why is history a significant category of knowledge making in their view? 3, include personal reactions to it, and questions.

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Learning Goal: I’m working on a jewish studies project and need support to help

Learning Goal: I’m working on a jewish studies project and need support to help me learn.This paper is an opportunity for creative expression and should be approx. 4 pages, formatted poetically. Essay topics: 1. Imagine that a city you know well was under siege for months before it was completely destroyed (by an army or by a disease). Following the acrostic model of Lamentations, write a lengthy narrative poem (or series of poems) that describes the events that transpired and mourns the loss of the city, its diverse inhabitants, and its cultures, pastimes, and/or religious identities. Use a variety of biblical poetic devices throughout, especially parallelism. Begin with a 2-paragraph prose discussion of (1) why you chose this city and (2) the poetic devices you intend to use. if you wish, you may use non-standard formatting, elements of graphic design, and illustrations to enhance your presentation. However, ensure that your work would fit the page requirements if these elements were removed. You do not have to reference gods or God in your text if you do not wish to do so. You may base your writing on real life, on your imagination, or on both. I want you to take this assignment seriously, but it can have a comical or ironic tone, if you wish. No research is required beyond the class lectures and your Coogan/Chapman textbook. No footnotes or bibliographies are necessary. However, if you wish to draw my attention to a poetic device you worry I might miss, feel free to include a footnote that explains what you are doing.

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3, include personal reactions to it, and questions.

Learning Goal: I’m working on a jewish studies discussion question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.
Based off the reading Levenson Ch 3, 4; Excerpts from the writings of Hirsch and Geiger 1, summary, give main points and discussion of the reading; 2, What is Hirsch’s and Geiger’s view of history, the Jewish people, the Jewish scriptures and the Jewish God? How is it different from the traditional Jewish view? Why is history a significant category of knowledge making in their view? 3, include personal reactions to it, and questions.