The Jewish Political Studies Review is the first and only journal dedicated to the study of Jewish political institutions and behavior, Jewish political thought, and Jewish public affairs.
Published by the Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs, the JPSR appears twice a year in the form of two double issues, either of a general nature or thematic, with contributors including outstanding scholars from the United States, Israel, and abroad.
During the past forty years, the Jewish community has become much more conscious of its political dimension, with political concerns now among the foremost mobilizers of Jews. In response, Jewish political studies has emerged as an acknowledged academic discipline, one with important implications for the Jewish people, Israel, and the diaspora Jewish communities. Courses in Jewish political studies are now offered at some 25 universities around the world, and the field has become part and parcel of the teaching of a new generation of Jewish communal professionals.
Editor: Col. (ret.) Dr. Jacques Neriah
Jewish Political Studies Review welcomes articles on historical and contemporary subjects within its range of interest and based on the results of empirical research. Articles of standard journal length are invited, but there is no formal length limitation. Contributors should follow the specifications of the Chicago Manual of Style (University of Chicago Press) for capitalization, punctuation, and endnotes.
Editorial Advisory Board:
Jane S. Gerber
Warren Ze’ev Harvey
Johannes Houwink ten Cate
Eunice G. Pollack
Joseph S. Spoerl
Chaim I. Waxman