Brill's Series in Jewish Studies publishes new research that engages in rich and rigorous ways with Jewish texts, visual cultures, and historical constellations. It invites work that is grounded in philological, historical, literary, and other approaches, and that addresses wider questions in the field and in our world. The series takes particular interest in the ways Jewish experiences, texts, practices and traditions emerged through engagement with other communities, cultures and powers. The Series, which focuses on single-authored books but also publishes well-conceived edited volumes, is not limited to a particular period, method or discipline, offering opportunities to explore any aspect of Jewish life, past and present.
The series published an average of two volumes per year over the last 5 years.
Sasha Goldstein-Sabbah (University of Groningen)
Maoz Kahana (Tel Aviv University)
Katrin Kogman-Appel (University of Münster)
Jessica Marglin (University of Southern California)
Hindy Najman (University of Oxford)
Tzvi Novick (University of Notre Dame)
Claudia Rosenzweig (Bar-Ilan University)
Sacha Stern (University College London)
Paola Tartakoff (Rutgers University)
Yair Wallach (SOAS)
Marcin Wodziński (University of Wrocław)
Oded Zinger (The Hebrew University of Jerusalem)