Jewish Culture and History

Jewish Culture and History is an inter-disciplinary journal which brings together the best of current research in Jewish social history with innovative work in Jewish cultural studies. The journal includes cutting-edge research by younger scholars as well as established specialists, reviews of recent publications, and a documents section in each issue reproduces selected primary materials from archives and lesser-known resources for the study of Jewish culture and history. The journal explores previously neglected areas of the Jewish experience from a range of different perspectives including Jewish popular culture, social and political history, literary and cultural representation of Jews, and the global contexts of Jewish culture and history.

Publishes 3 issues a year. 

Publisher: 
Routledge
ISSN (print): 
1462-169X
ISSN (online): 
2167-9428

Latest articles

Volume 16 (3)

Editorial Board
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Odessa time, Odessa space: rethinking cultural space in a cosmopolitan city
Efraim Sicher, vol. 16 (3): 221-241
Wandering Jews: camping culture and Jewish socialist youth in interwar Poland
Magdalena Kozłowska, vol. 16 (3): 242-253
“Of the two the Jew is – (Curtain falls.)” Sammy Gronemann’s dramaturgy of the German–Jewish encounter in Palestine/Israel (1936–1952)
Jan Kühne, vol. 16 (3): 254-274
‘A birthday party, only a little bigger’: a historical anthropology of the Israeli bat mitzvah
Hizky Shoham, vol. 16 (3): 275-292
Playing the Jew: anti-Semitism and football in the twenty-first century
Jon Stratton, vol. 16 (3): 293-311
Anglo-Jewish women writing the holocaust
Peter Lawson, vol. 16 (3): 312-316
French and Jewish: culture and the politics of identity in early twentieth-century France
Tobias Metzler, vol. 16 (3): 316-318
Jewish art: a modern history
Diana I. Popescu, vol. 16 (3): 319-322
Mendelssohn perspectives
Irene Zwiep, vol. 16 (3): 322-325

Volume 16 (2)

The Jews and political discourse
Helen Spurling, vol. 16 (2): 105-108
Discourse of doubt: the testing of apocalyptic figures in Jewish and Christian traditions of Late Antiquity
Helen Spurling, vol. 16 (2): 109-126
‘Rabbis, stay out of politics’: social justice preaching and its opponents, 1848–2014
Marc Saperstein, vol. 16 (2): 127-141
Salis Daiches – towards a portrait of a Scottish rabbi
Hannah Holtschneider, vol. 16 (2): 142-156
Nomadic cosmopolitanism: Jewish prototypes of the cosmopolitan in the writings of Stefan Zweig, Joseph Roth and Lion Feuchtwanger, 1918–1933
Cathy S. Gelbin, vol. 16 (2): 157-177
The politics of food: kashrut, food choices and social justice (tikkun olam)
Maria Diemling, vol. 16 (2): 178-195
Orthodox Judaism in Britain since 1913: an ideology forsaken
Sara Abosch, vol. 16 (2): 196-198
The temple of Jerusalem: past, present, and future
Ralph Hartsock, vol. 16 (2): 199-201
Escape from hell: the true story of the Auschwitz protocol
Laura J. Hilton, vol. 16 (2): 201-204
At the edges of liberalism. Junctions of European, German, and Jewish history
Leena Petersen, vol. 16 (2): 204-206