The Jewish Quarterly Review
|The Jewish Quarterly Review|
|Abbreviated title (ISO 4)||JQR|
|Edited by||David N. Myers and Elliott Horowitz|
|Publisher||The University of Pennsylvania Press (United States)|
|Publication history||1889 to present|
- Not to be confused with Jewish Quarterly
The Jewish Quarterly Review is an peer-reviewed academic journal that focuses on Jewish studies. It is published quarterly for the Herbert D. Katz Center for Advanced Judaic Studies at the University of Pennsylvania by the University of Pennsylvania Press. The current editors are Elliott Horowitz and David N. Myers, a professor of Jewish studies at UCLA. It is available online through Project MUSE and JSTOR.
The journal was established in London in 1889 by Israel Abrahams and Claude G. Montefiore as an outgrowth of the Wissenschaft des Judentums movement and is the oldest English-language journal of Judaic scholarship.
Notable contributors include Solomon Schechter, Alexander Altmann, Solomon Zeitlin, Louis Ginzberg, Menachem Kellner, Michael Friedländer, E. N. Adler, W. Bacher, L. Blau, A. Büchler, T.K. Cheyne, D. Kaufmann, A. Neubauer, M. Steinschneider, and I. Zangwill.
- "Jewish Quarterly Review". Jewish Encyclopedia.
- Official website
- JQR on Project MUSE
- JQR on JSTOR
- Herbert D. Katz Center for Advanced Judaic Studies at the University of Pennsylvania
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