Teaches (T) and/or researches (R) in:
2. History of the Jewish People: R
9: Ancient Near East: R
10: Second Temple period: R
11: Late Antiquity: R
12: Medieval: R
13: Early Modern: R
14: Modern: R
15: Regional and National (i.e. in North Africa, Greece, Eastern Europe, Germany, Middle East, Spain, India, South America, United States, etc): R
3. Religion and Religious Movements: R
22: Jewish religion - general: R
23: Rabbinic Judaism: R
27: Hasidism: R
9. Contemporary Studies: R
68: Jewish identity and assimilation: R
69: Anti-Semitism: R
70: Holocaust Studies: R
73: Sociology (including population studies): R
74: Gender studies (including Women in Judaism, Feminism): R
Jewish Family Welfare: Research
Coping with the Life in the Diasporara: Research
My interest areas concern the Jewish women\'s life and Jewish family welfare from the point of view of socio-historical aspects, also the social well-being and coping processes in hard living conditions in the Diapora.
See: \"Daughters of the Vale of Tears\"
\"Ethnographic Approach with Socio-Historical
and Religious Emphasis to Family Welfare
in the Messianic Jewish Movement
in Ukraine 2000\"
Also: \"Back to Family Welfare A Story of Daughters of the Vale of Tears: Socio-Historical Analysis of Jews in Ukraine\"
See also: Women in Judaism, A Multidiciplinary Journal
\"Jewish Family model\"