"Women and Safrut: Can a Woman be a Scribe",
, JOFA Journal , 6 ,1 , 2006 , Winter , 4-6.
R. Singer gives an overview of the halakha on whether or not women can act as scribes, carefully dividing the different categories of writings and detailing under what circumstances it may be possible for women to write each type of scroll.
"Women's Eligibility to Write Sifrei Torah",
, Meorot , 2008 .
The author explores the topic of women writing sifrei Torah, tefillin, and mezuzot, as found in the talmudic and post-talmudic halakhic canon. The question of a woman's eligibility to write a sefer Torah is discussed in detail, and a path of reasoning is described that would permit a woman to write a sefer Torah for use in the public Torah reading.
"Women Writing a Sefer Torah",
, Sh'ma , 2000 .
Gugenheim writes about the benefits of women's participation in the collective, unifying commandment of scribing a Sefer Torah.
"Response to Women's Eligibility to Write Sifrei Torah",
, Meorot , 6 ,2 , 2008 .
R. Linzer presents a critique of Soferet Jen Taylor Friedman's article (referenced on this page).
"Women and Writing the Megillah",
, Edah Journal , 4 ,2 , 2004 .
This paper outlines the theoretical possibilities for women to serve as scribes (sofrot) as presented in the classical talmudic and post-talmudic literature. Particular attention is paid to the literature addressing the validity of women to scribe Megillat Esther. It concludes that the majority of authorities and the weight of halakhic reasoning point towards considering women eligible to write Megillot Esther.