The Review of Jewish Thought (RJT), a new English language journal of Jewish Philosophy to be published in the USA by Academic Studies Press, is now accepting manuscripts for consideration for the first few issues. This periodical will publish articles dealing with diverse areas of Jewish thought over the ages, including Rabbinic thought and mysticism, Medieval philosophy, Renaissance philosophy, Kabbalah, Hasidism, and Modern and contemporary thought. The journal encourages studies on the repercussions of and interactions with surrounding cultures and schools of thought in Jewish philosophy and mysticism, interfaces of philosophy and other types of thought and literary expression (such as exegesis and poetry), political philosophy, women and gender in Jewish thought, and the Jewish contribution to the sciences. All submissions will be double (blind) peer reviewed.
Please send your manuscripts to: Review of Jewish Thought, Dept. of Philosophy, Bar-Ilan University, Ramat-Gan 52900 Israel. Manuscripts should follow the guidelines of The Chicago Manual of Style (Documentation 1).
Editors: Steven Harvey (Bar-Ilan University) and Dov Schwartz (Bar-Ilan University)
Editorial Board: Resianne Fontaine (The University of Amsterdam), Paul Franks (The University of Toronto), Zeev Gries (Ben-Gurion University of the Negev), Warren Zev Harvey (The Hebrew University of Jerusalem), Diana Lobel (Boston University), James Robinson (The University of Chicago), Bernard Septimus (Harvard University)
Those attending the AJS conference in Washington can contact Steven Harvey or visit the booth of the Academic Studies Press for more information.
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