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Jewish Culture and History

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Jewish Culture and History is an inter-disciplinary journal which brings together the best of current research in Jewish social history with innovative work in Jewish cultural studies. The journal includes cutting-edge research by younger scholars as well as established specialists, as well as reviews of recent publications. The journal explores previously neglected areas of the Jewish experience from a range of different perspectives including Jewish popular culture, social and political history, literary and cultural representation of Jews, and the global contexts of Jewish culture and history. 

We invite you to send in your original research on topics such as 'British-Jewish history, culture, literature', 'Migration, transmigration, refugees', 'Jewish heritage', or 'Jewish/non-Jewish relations from Antiquity to the present day'. We are also interested in original research on Israel and Israel-Diaspora relations.

  • British-Jewish history, culture, and literature
  • Migration, transmigration, and refugees
  • Jewish heritage
  • Jewish/non-Jewish relations from Antiquity to the present day
  • And more timely topics on Jewish culture and history

Jewish Culture and History

Language: en-US

Publisher: tandf

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Submission guidelines

Jewish Culture and History accepts submissions by direct email to the editorial office – please submit your article to Joachim Schlör – or through the journal's ScholarOne site. The journal only publishes manuscripts in English. A typical paper for this journal should be more than 8,000 and no more than 10,000 words.

For further details and to submit a paper, please visit the Instructions for Authors page. We look forward to receiving your manuscript!

Editorial information

  • Editor: Joachim Schlör , University of Southampton, UK