European-Jewish Studies – Contributions

Published by the Moses Mendelssohn Center in Cooperation with the Zentrum Jüdische Studien Berlin-Brandenburg (De Gruyter Publishing House)

The series “Europäisch-Jüdische Studien” (EJS), an academic book series on European-Jewish studies (published by De Gruyter), reflects the interdisciplinary network and competence of the Zentrum Jüdische Studien Berlin-Brandenburg (ZJS) founded in 2011.

The interdisciplinary character of the series places particular emphasis on the way in which history, the humanities and cultural studies approach the subject, as well as on fundamental intellectual, political and religious questions that inspire Jewish life and thinking today, and have influenced it in the past. The series is divided into three areas: CONTRIBUTIONS, CONTROVERSIES, and EDITIONS.

The CONTRIBUTIONS publish excellent monographs and anthologies on the entire spectrum of themes from Jewish Studies. The CONTROVERSIES deal with fundamental sociopolitical debates on Jewish issues that are of contemporary journalistic and academic relevance. The EDITIONS present new editions of works by outstanding Jewish authors. All of the publications are published as books and e-books. The series is peer-reviewed.

Editorial department:     Dr. Werner Treß


Issues of the series European-Jewish Studies