Published biannually, AJS Perspectives is the leading forum for exploring methodological and pedagogical issues in Jewish Studies.
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Laura Limonic, SUNY Old Westbury
Federica Schoeman, University of South Carolina
Douglas Rosenberg, University of Wisconsin–Madison
Jason Schulman, New York University
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Olga Gershenson, University of Massachusetts Amherst
Samantha Baskind, Cleveland State University
Christopher Silver, McGill University
Daniela R.P. Weiner, Stanford University
Melissa Weininger, California State University, Northridge
AJS Perspectives (ISSN 1529-6423) is published twice annually by the Association for Jewish Studies.
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PDFs of AJS Perspectives articles from 1999 to 2014 are available on the Berman Jewish Policy Archive, along with PDFs of the magazine's predecessor publication, the Association for Jewish Studies Newsletter, published from 1970 through the mid-1990s.