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'An important voice' - The Times Higher Education Supplement

The Journal of Jewish Studies, published in Oxford, is an international academic journal founded in 1948 for the promotion of research into all aspects of Jewish studies.

Owned by the Oxford Centre for Hebrew and Jewish Studies since 1976, the Journal has become one of the leading forums in the world for new findings and discussions of Jewish history, literature and religion from Biblical times to the present day. A large reviews section and a list of Books Received keeps readers in touch with recent publications. The Journal appears twice a year in Spring and Autumn.


The Journal of Jewish Studies is now available both in print and additionally in electronic version. The Journal of Jewish Studies Online can be subscribed to by both Institutional and Individual subscribers. For details go to Journal of Jewish Studies Online or Subscribe.

A fully searchable and sortable Table of Contents of all published material is freely available online on this site.


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Journal of Jewish Studies
Oxford Centre for Hebrew and Jewish Studies
Yarnton Manor, Yarnton
Oxford OX5 1PY
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Tel. +44 (0)1865 377946 Fax. +44 (0)1865 735034
E-mail editorial: jjsedi@ochjs.ac.uk
E-mail book reviews: jjsrev@ochjs.ac.uk
E-mail administration: jjsadm@ochjs.ac.uk

Publisher: Oxford Centre for Hebrew and Jewish Studies. A charity registered under the laws of England and Wales, number 309720, and a company limited by guarantee, number 1109384.


Volume to be published: Date of publication:
Volume 64
(Nos. 1 and 2)
No. 1: April 2015
No. 2: October 2015

Professor Geza Vermes Dr Sacha Stern Dr Andrea Schatz
Editor:
Professor Geza Vermes, FBA,
University of Oxford
Editor:
Professor Sacha Stern,
University College London
Book reviews editor:
Dr Andrea Schatz,
Kings College London

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