Jewish History, the sole English language publication devoted exclusively to history and the Jews, expands the horizons of historical writing on the Jews. Not only does the journal publish contributions from the field of history, but also from the intersection of history with art, literature, sociology, and anthropology.
The diverse personal and professional backgrounds of the journal’s contributors represent a truly international meeting of the minds and are reflected in the journal’s innovative essays. Special issues have included women and Jewish inheritance, the Jews of Latin America, and Jewish self-imaging.
- 28 Volumes
- 66 Issues
- 597 Articles
- 7 Open Access
- 1986 - 2014 Available between
“Living off others’ aid”: The Socioeconomic Structure of Salonica’s Jews in the Mid-Nineteenth Century
Dilek Akyalçin Kaya (November 2014)
De-Judaizing a Class, Hellenizing a City: Jewish Merchants and the Future of Salonica in Greek Public Discourse, 1913–1914
Paris Papamichos Chronakis (November 2014)
Fashioning the “Mother of Israel”: The Ottoman Jewish Historical Narrative and the Image of Jewish Salonica
Devin E. Naar (November 2014)
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