The Journal for the Study of Judaism Supplement Series provides a forum for the publication of scholarly works on all aspects of Judaism from the Persian period through Late Antiquity. The scope of the Supplement Series corresponds to the scope of the journal. Volumes may be devoted to literary, socio-historical, religio-historical or theological themes, and may be written from any methodological perspective. Volumes of essays are welcome, provided that they have a coherent theme. Volumes dealing with the influence of Judaism on early Christianity also fall within the scope of the series.
The series uses the SBL Handbook of Style Second Edition as its formatting and style standard.
The series published an average of 3,5 volumes per year over the last 5 years.
René Bloch, Institut für Judaistik, Universität Bern
Karina Martin Hogan, Department of Theology, Fordham University
Hindy Najman, Theology & Religion Faculty, University of Oxford
Eibert J.C. Tigchelaar, Faculty of Theology and Religious Studies, KU Leuven
Benjamin G. Wright, III, Department of Religion Studies, Lehigh University
A.M. Berlin – K. Berthelot – J.J. Collins – B. Eckhardt – Y. Furstenberg – S. Kattan Gribetz – G. Anthony Keddie – L. Lehmhaus – O. Malka – A. Manekin – S. Mason – F. Mirguet – J.H. Newman – A.K. Petersen – M. Popović – P. Pouchelle – I. Rosen-Zvi – J.T.A.G.M. van Ruiten – M. Segal – J. Sievers – L.T. Stuckenbruck – L. Teugels – J.C. de Vos – Sharon Weisser