This academic, refereed journal is devoted to scholarly debate on gender-related issues in Judaism. The ultimate aim of the journal is to promote the reconceptualization of the study of Judaism, by acknowledging and incorporating the roles played by women, and by encouraging the development of alternative research paradigms.
Tikkun uplifts Jewish, interfaith, and secular prophetic voices of hope that contribute to universal liberation. A catalyst for long-term social change we empower people and communities to heal the world by embracing revolutionary love, compassion, and empathy. We promote a caring society that protects the life support system of the planet and celebrates the Earth and the universe with awe and radical amazement.
"Zeek is a catalyst for conversations about the Jewish tomorrow. Founded in 2001, Zeek relaunched in late February 2013 as a hub for the domestic Jewish social justice movement, one that showcases the people, ideas and conversations driving an inclusive and diverse progressive Jewish community. At the same time, we’ve reaffirmed our commitment to building on Zeek’s reputation for original, ahead-of-the-curve Jewish writing and arts, culture and spirituality content, incubating emerging voices and artists, as well as established ones."