New findings in the research of German and European Jewry
Please submit your manuscript to the journal’s editorial office by August 1, 2023: firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Doron Abraham, Bar Ilan University
Co-Editor: Dr. Sharon Livne, University of Haifa and the Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Prof. Galili Shahar, Tel Aviv University
Dr. Aya Elyada, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Prof. Debra Kaplan, Bar Ilan University
Dr. Sagi Schaefer, Tel Aviv University
Prof. Guy Miron, The Open University of Israel
Dr. Irene Aue Ben-David, Leo Baeck Institute
Dr. Iris Idelson-Shein, Ben Gurion University of the Negev
Dr. Dani Schrire, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Dr. Jan Kühne, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Prof. Steven Aschheim, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Prof. Elisheva Baumgarten, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Prof. Amir Eshel, Stanford University
Dr. Stefan Litt, The National Library of Israel
Prof. Joseph Mali, Tel Aviv University
Prof. Amos Morris-Reich, Tel Aviv University
Prof. Paul Mendes-Flohr, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem and the University of Chicago
Prof. David Myers, UCLA
Prof. Iris Rachamimov, Tel Aviv University
Prof. Gideon Reuveni, University of Sussex
Prof. Na’ama Rokem, The University of Chicago
Prof. Miriam Rürup, Moses Mendelssohn Center, Potsdam
Prof. Shulamit Volkov, Tel Aviv University
Chidushim is a peer-reviewed academic journal (included in the VATAT model) published annually in Hebrew by the Leo Baeck Institute Jerusalem.
The journal seeks to promote the discourse on the history of German and German-speaking Jewry. Note that it refers to history in the broad sense, and that articles can deal with various aspects of the historical perspective: culture, philosophy, society, economics, anthropology, sports, and arts. Also welcome are papers on the interaction of Jews from the German-speaking space with both Jews and non-Jews from other places and cultures, in Europe and beyond. Thus, Chidushim seeks to expand the discourse on German Jews to relevant global contexts, and open up the discussion to the transnational perspective as well. Accordingly, the journal serves as a textual home for innovative research discourse.
Senior and younger scholars are invited to send us original articles never before published. In exceptional cases, we will consider publishing articles that had previously appeared in select journal, so long as the manuscript is sent in Hebrew. Papers may not exceed 10,000 words (including footnotes and references). Please enclose an abstract in both Hebrew and English (150-300 words), and make sure the text is written and formatted according to the instructions on the Leo Baeck website.
Please email your paper to Chidushim by August 1, 2023. Papers will be accepted for publication subject to an academic review process.
Chidushim regularly publishes a book review section. Publishing houses, scholars and readers are welcome to send us recently published books on the history of Jews in Germany and the German-speaking space, whether in Hebrew or other languages. Books found suitable, will be reviewed, and the review will be published in the journal.
Moreover, researchers interested in proposing a special issue are welcome to send an abstract (up to 1,000 words), as well as the specific abstracts of the proposed articles. All will be scientifically reviewed.