Post­ed by Libi Adler

Just came across a cat­a­log we received from Indi­ana Uni­ver­si­ty Press fea­tur­ing the Jour­nals they pub­lish in var­i­ous cat­e­gories. The amount of Jew­ish jour­nals was impres­sive and thought that they should be high­light­ed here.

Aleph: His­tor­i­cal Stud­ies in Sci­ence and Judaism
Edit­ed by Gad Freudenthal

Aleph is devot­ed to the explo­ration of the inter­face between Judaism and sci­ence in his­to­ry. We wel­come con­tri­bu­tions on any chap­ter in the his­to­ry of sci­ence in which Judaism played a sig­nif­i­cant role, or on any chap­ter in the his­to­ry of Judaism in which sci­ence played a sig­nif­i­cant role.”

Bridges: A Jew­ish Fem­i­nist Jour­nal
Edit­ed by Clare Kinberg

Bridges is a show­case for the cre­ative work of Jew­ish fem­i­nists. The jour­nal fea­tures arti­cles, com­men­tary, dis­cus­sions of pol­i­tics and cul­ture, schol­ar­ly essays, archival mate­ri­als (includ­ing oral his­to­ries, inter­views, diaries, and let­ters), fic­tion and poet­ry, and visu­al art, graph­ics, and photography.”

Israel Stud­ies
Edit­ed by S. Ilan Troen

Israel Stud­ies presents mul­ti­dis­ci­pli­nary schol­ar­ship on Israeli his­to­ry, pol­i­tics, soci­ety, and cul­ture. Each issue includes essays on mat­ters of broad inter­est reflect­ing diverse points of view.”

Jew­ish Social Stud­ies: His­to­ry, Cul­ture, and Soci­ety
Edit­ed by Derek Penslar and Steven J. Zipperstein

Jew­ish Social Stud­ies is instru­men­tal in advanc­ing the under­stand­ing of Jew­ish life and the Jew­ish past through the study of his­to­ry and the evo­lu­tion of Jew­ish soci­eties and cul­tures over time.”

Nashim: A Jour­nal of Jew­ish Women’s Stud­ies & Gen­der Isues
Edit­ed by Renée Levine Melammed

Nashim pro­vides an inter­na­tion­al, inter­dis­ci­pli­nary aca­d­e­m­ic forum in Jew­ish women’s and gen­der stud­ies. Each issue is theme-ori­ent­ed, pro­duced in con­sul­ta­tion with a dis­tin­guished fem­i­nist schol­ar, and includes arti­cles on lit­er­a­ture, text stud­ies, anthro­pol­o­gy, arche­ol­o­gy, the­ol­o­gy, con­tem­po­rary thought, soci­ol­o­gy, the arts, and more.”

Proof­texts: A Jour­nal of Jew­ish Lit­er­ary His­to­ry
Edit­ed by Bar­bara Mann and Jere­my Dauber

Proof­texts brings togeth­er the study of mod­ern Jew­ish lit­er­a­tures (in Hebrew, Yid­dish, and Euro­pean lan­guages) and the lit­er­ary study of the Jew­ish clas­si­cal tradition.”

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