The AJS is pleased to celebrate the 2023 books of AJS members as part of the AJS Honors Its Authors program.
Books will recognized throughout 2023 in a number of ways, including:
» Listed in a dedicated online catalog, including cover art and brief videos
» Displayed in the Exhibit Hall at the 2023 Annual Conference in San Francisco in December
» Featured in an AJS Honors Its Authors email newsletter
» Shared in a social media post featuring your book only
And, new in 2023:
» Featured in the AJS Honors Its Authors print edition book catalog, which will be distributed at the 2023 Annual Conference in San Francisco in December and mailed to all current AJS members
Please note: You must be a current AJS member to have your book included in the AJS Honors Its Program.
As part of the online registration form, you will be asked to attach your book's cover art (JPG or PNG file format) and a 30-second video about your book (MP4 file format). You will not be able to update this form once it has been submitted, so please have these files ready in advance of submission. Please note: These items are not required, but we do encourage you to include them. The name and photo associated with your Google account will be recorded when you upload files and submit this form.
À la Recherche de l’Intégration: Les marchands juifs séfarades occidentaux à Saint-Esprit-lès-Bayonne face à la société bayonnaise au XVIIIe siècle
Nimrod Mordechai Gaatone
The Posen Library of Jewish Culture and Civilization, Volume 7 National Renaissance and International Horizons, 1880–1918
Deborah Dash Moore, editor-in-chief
Israel Bartal, and Kenneth B. Moss, editors
Yale University Press
Arthur Szyk Preserved: Institutional Collections of Original Art
Irvin Ungar, Samantha Lyons, and Allison Claire Chang, editors
Historicana, Burlingame, California in association with D Giles Limited, Lewes, UK