The Journal of Jewish Studies is an internationally renowned, externally peer-reviewed academic journal for the promotion of research into all aspects of Jewish studies.
Published independently by the Oxford Centre for Hebrew and Jewish Studies, the Journal is one of the leading forums in the world for new findings and discussions of Jewish history, literature and culture from Biblical times to the present day.
A large reviews section and a list of books received keep readers in touch with recent publications.
The Journal appears twice a year in spring and autumn.
Subscription to the Journal of Jewish Studies, both print and online, is available for institutions as well as for individuals.
The fully searchable Contents of all published material are freely available online.
Full text as PDF downloads is accessible to subscribers via login and for non-subscribers for single purchase.
The Journal’s Open Access policy enables some articles to be accessed online for free.
The Journal’s Supplements are dedicated to monographs and edited volumes on specific themes, aiming at a wide academic readership.