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American Jewish History

 

American Jewish History

American Jewish History  
Former names
Publications of the American Jewish Historical Society, American Jewish Historical Quarterly
Abbreviated title (ISO 4)
Am. Jewish Hist.
Discipline History, Judaic studies
Language English
Edited by Dianne Ashton
Publication details
Publisher
Publication history
1892–present
Frequency Quarterly
Indexing
ISSN 1086-3141
OCLC no. 51003412
Links
  • Journal homepage
  • Online access
For the history of the Jews in the United States, see History of the Jews in the United States.

American Jewish History is an academic journal and the official publication of the American Jewish Historical Society. The journal was established in 1892 and focuses on all aspects of the history of Jews in the United States. The journal was formerly titled Publications of the American Jewish Historical Society and American Jewish Historical Quarterly. The current editor-in-chief of the journal is Dianne Ashton (Rowan University). Recent former editors include Eric L. Goldstein (Emory University), Eli Faber (John Jay College), Arthur A. Goren (Columbia University), and Marc Lee Raphael (College of William and Mary). The journal is published quarterly by the Johns Hopkins University Press.

External links

  • Official website
  • on the Johns Hopkins University Press websiteAmerican Jewish History
  • American Jewish History at Project MUSE


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