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 65 Issues 586 Articles available from 1986 - 2014Browse Volumes & Issues
Cultural Meanings of Money in Medieval Ashkenaz: On Gift, Profit, and Value in Medieval Judaism and Christianity
Julie L. Mell (April 2014)
“The Religion We Plant in Their Hearts”: A Critical Exploration of the Religiosity of a German Jewish Family at the Beginning of the Twentieth Century
Sarah Wobick-Segev (April 2014)
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