Journal of Sefardic Studies


Journal of Sefardic Studies

Description: The Journal of Sefardic Studies is a peer-reviewed
electronic journal that the Society for Sefardic Studies publishes
annually. The journal includes research papers mostly based on
lectures delivered in its annual international conferences that every
year are dedicated to a specific topic. The papers are in all the
disciplines and are exclusively dedicated to the Jews of Sefarad, that
is the Iberian Peninsula, and their descendants in the Sefardi
Diaspora in the east and in the west until contemporary times.

Another section of the Journal of Sefardic Studies is the Review of
Sefardic Studies which includes articles that have already been
published in peer-reviewed academic journals by members of the

A third section Books on Sefarad presents new books that members of
the society have published on any topic related to the fields of
interest of the society. A brief description accompanies every book.

Language: English, Hebrew, Spanish

Country: Israel

Publisher: Society for Sefardic Studies

Frequency: Annual

Fee information current as of 15 August 2013

Subscription fee or article fee: No

Publication fee for authors: No

Abstracts: Yes

Abstracts language: English


E-ISSN: 2307-9622


Start year: 2013

Keywords: Sefardi Jews, Iberia

Subject: Ethnic Studies

Date posted: 15 August 2013

Original posting date: 
Thursday, August 15, 2013
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