Jewish History is the sole English-language publication devoted exclusively to historical research on the Jews. It also aims to extend the disciplinary boundaries of Jewish historical writing by encouraging scholars of anthropology, art, law, literature, and sociology to share their research when it crosses paths with history. Thanks to the diverse personal backgrounds and professional training of Jewish History’s contributors, the journal is able to publish innovative essays, often within the framework of special issues on subjects of broad interest. Topics of previous issues have included women and inheritance, the Jews of Latin America, Jewish self-imaging, new historical approaches to Hasidism, and the legacy of Yosef Hayim Yerushalmi, to name but a few.
- 29 Volumes
- 68 Issues
- 611 Articles
- 7 Open Access
- 1986 - 2015 Available between
Mediterranean Enlightenment: Livornese Jews, Tuscan Culture, and Eighteenth-Century Reform. By Francesca Bregoli.
Kenneth Stow (May 2015)
Barricades and Banners: The Revolution of 1905 and the Transformation of Warsaw Jewry. By Scott Ury.
Karen Auerbach (May 2015)
Phillip I. Ackerman-Lieberman (May 2015)
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