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by Emily D. Biliski and Emily Braun
 
From their debut in Berlin in the 1780s to their emergence in 1930s California, Jewish women's salons served as welcoming havens where all classes and creeds could openly debate art, music, literature and politics. This is the first book to explore the history of these salons, where remarkable women of intellect resolved that neither gender nor religion would impede their ability to bring about social change.
 
Hardcover
266 pages
 


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