Teshuvot, III, sec. 48, R. Elyashiv indicates that a woman who understands the reading in the original Hebrew is indeed obligated; see also end of note 89, infra.
77.R. Schachter, supra, note 61, at p. 118.
78.Shulhan Arukh, O.H. sec. 690, no. 18 and Rama, ad loc.
79.Supra, note 44.
80.Supra, note 78.
81.Supra, note 61 at 118-119.
82.See R. Israel Isserlein, Resp. Terumat haDeshen, sec. 109; Magen Avraham, O.H. sec 685. Note also Shulhan Arukh, O.H. sec. 146, no. 12.
83.R. David haLevi, Turei Zahav, O.H. sec 685, no. 2 (end), as understood by R. Joseph Te’omim, Peri Megadim, Mishbetsot Zahav ad. loc., and by R. Zvi Pesah Frank, Mikra’ei Kodesh, Purim, sec. 2. See also R. Haim David Halevi, Asei Lekha Rav, VII, sec. 41 and a more recent elaboration in Resp. Mayyim Hayyim, II, sec. 42.
84.R. Schachter, supra, note 61, at p. 119.
85.R. Jacob Reisha, Resp. Shevut Ya’akov, O.H. III, sec. 54; R. Abraham Hayyim Rodriguez, Resp. Orah laTsadik, sec. 3; Resp. Teshuva meAhava, II, sec. 229; R. Judah Samuel Ashkenazi, Geza Yishai, I, Ma’arekhet Ot Alef, end of sec. 27, s.v. “Ein Ma’avirin al Hamitsvot”; R. Menahem Mendel Schneersohn of Lubavitch, Resp. Tsemah Tsedek, O.H., sec. 19, no. 2; R. Shneur Zalman Fradkin (Ladier) of Lublin, Resp. Torat Hesed, O.H., sec. 4, no. 6; R. Isaac Herzog, Resp. Heikhal Yitshak, O.H., sec. 12, no. 5, par. 9—reprinted in Pesakim uKhtavim I, She’eilot uTshuvot beDinei Orah Hayyim, sec 24; Resp. Tiferet Moshe, part 1, sec. 29; Resp. Tsits Eliezer, IX, sec. 11; R. Isaac Liebes, Resp. Beit Avi, IV, sec. 3; Resp. Sha’arei Moshe II, sec. 3; R. Bezalel Stern, Resp. beTsel haHokhma, IV, sec. 19; R. Moses Sternbuch, Mo’adim uZmanim, I, sec. 9; R. Reuben Margaliot, Margaliyyot haYam, Sanhedrin 74b, sec. 27; R. Isaac Yosef, Yalkut Yosef, II, sec. 151, no. 23, end of note 34 and She’eirit Yosef, part 2, page 348, note 16; R. Yisroel Pesach Feinhandler, Avnei Yashfe—Hilkhot Tefilla, sec. 16, no. 6 and notes 12-13; R. Isaac Oelbaum, Resp. She’eilat Yitshak, sec. 21, s.v. “veHinei.” See also: R. Jacob Isaiah Bloy, Tsedaka uMishpat, sec. 12, no. 63; R. Isaac J. Fuchs, haTefilla beTsibbur, addendum to sec. 3, no. 80; R. Simha Ben-Zion Rabinowitz, Piskei Teshuvot, I, p. 692, note 102. Interestingly, R. Ahron Soloveichik, in conversation with Dov I. Frimer, July 8, 1997, maintains that men and women share the same obligation (or lack thereof) in both tefilla be-tsibbur and keriat haTorah. However, even were women personally