Journal of Modern Jewish Studies
Coverage: 2002-18 months ago (Vol. 1)
"The Journal of Modern Jewish Studies is international and interdisciplinary, covering history, social studies, religion, thought, literature and the arts. Individual articles have covered a wide range of topics including early eighteenth-century Jewish-Christian polemics, Jewish-Christian neighborly relations in 19th-century Russia, a Philo-Judaean Society in 19th-century Britain, Mark Rothko and the Holocaust, The 'New Age' of Kabbalah in the United States, Israeli secularism, Spanish Jewish literature, and an ongoing series on Moroccan Jewry."