The publications of the Association for Jewish Studies are leading forums for exploring cutting-edge Jewish studies scholarship and critical issues in Jewish studies methodology and pedagogy. The AJS Review, published biannually by Cambridge University Press, presents contributions from scholars throughout the world on diverse themes and time periods, as well as reviews of recently published books. AJS Perspectives, the biannual magazine of the Association for Jewish Studies, provides news and commentary on issues and events in the profession and field of Jewish studies.
The Association for Jewish Studies, in cooperation with the American Academy for Jewish Research (AAJR), is also pleased to provide a Registry of Dissertations in Progress, where Ph.D. candidates in Jewish studies may list their doctoral research.
The AJS's peer-reviewed, scholarly journal published twice annually by Cambridge University Press. Subscription is a benefit of individual and institutional membership.
The AJS's magazine, published bi-annually by the Association for Jewish Studies. Subscription is a benefit of individual and institutional membership.
AJS News is the e-newsletter of the Association for Jewish Studies. Past issues are archived. Subscription is a benefit of individual and institutional membership, and is also open to non-members.
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