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Modern Judaism

Vol. 16 (1996) through current issue

Modern Judaism provides a distinctive, interdisciplinary forum for discussion of the modern Jewish experience since the Haskalah, the Jewish Enlightenment. Its contributors address topics pertinent to the understanding of Jewish life today and the forces that have shaped that experience, including the Zionist movement and the establishment of the State of Israel, the socio-political role assumed by literary works of art, and the rise of modern anti-Semitism and its devastating climax in the Holocaust.

Published by: Oxford University Press

Volume 35, 2015

Volume 34, 2014

Volume 33, 2013

Volume 32, 2012

Volume 31, 2011

Volume 30, 2010

Volume 29, 2009

Volume 28, 2008

Volume 27, 2007

Volume 26, 2006

Volume 25, 2005

Volume 24, 2004

Volume 23, 2003

Volume 22, 2002

Volume 21, 2001

Volume 20, 2000

Volume 19, 1999

Volume 18, 1998

Volume 17, 1997

Volume 16, 1996


E-ISSN: 1086-3273
Print ISSN: 0276-1114

Editorial Board

Volume 35, Number 2, May 2015

Editor

Professor Steven T. Katz
Boston University

Editorial Board

Leora Batnitzky
Princeton University

Michael Brenner
American University

Arnold Eisen
Jewish Theological Seminary of America

Sander Gilman
University of Chicago

Irving Greenberg
New York City

Deborah Lipstadt
Emory University

Paul Mendes-Flohr
University of Chicago

Michael A. Meyer
Hebrew Union College

Samuel Moyn
Columbia University

Jehuda Reinharz
Brandeis University

Volume 35, Number 1, February 2015

Editor

Professor Steven T. Katz
Boston University

Editorial Board

Leora Batnitzky
Princeton University

Michael Brenner
American University

Arnold Eisen
Jewish Theological Seminary of America

Sander Gilman
University of Chicago

Irving Greenberg
New York City

Deborah Lipstadt
Emory University

Paul Mendes-Flohr
University of Chicago

Michael A. Meyer
Hebrew Union College

Samuel Moyn
Columbia University

Jehuda Reinharz
Brandeis University

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