Published by Amsterdam University Press, 2020
Editor: Theodor Dunkelgrün, Religious Diversity and the Secular University project
Amsterdam University Press has relaunched the journal Studia Rosenthaliana as Open Access, with a special double issue edited by Theodor Dunkelgrün: “The Jewish Bookshop of the World: Aspects of Print and Manuscript Culture in Early Modern Amsterdam”
Studia Rosenthaliana is the world’s only scholarly journal on the history, culture and heritage of the Jews in the Netherlands, its colonies and diasporas. It was established by the Bibliotheca Rosenthaliana, University of Amsterdam, in 1967 and covers a wide variety of subjects. Studia Rosenthaliana is a double-blind peer-reviewed fully “diamond” open access English-language journal. It appears twice a year. The journal is open to article submissions on all aspects of on the history, culture and heritage of the Jews in the Netherlands, its colonies and diasporas. It is interested in all disciplines including (but not limited to) the fields of Jewish History, Jewish Studies, Amsterdam, Yiddish, Antisemitism, the Dutch Republic, Religious Studies, Ashkenazic Studies, Sephardic Studies, Booklore, Book History, Judaism, Yiddish Studies, Literature, Art, Philosophy, Economic History, Social History, Linguistics, Holocaust Studies, Political History, Early Modern History and Modern History.
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