Shofar: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Jewish Studies
is a triannual publication that produces original, peer-reviewed scholarly articles, issues on special topics, book forums, review essays, and the occasional forum on Contemporary Critical Jewish Studies. Shofar reaches an international readership with an impressive range of reliably robust offerings primarily in modern history, literature, culture, and the arts. Shofar's special issues have covered a wide range of timely subjects, including Diaspora and exile in modern Jewish culture, the transcultural generation in Israeli literature, race and Jews in America, and Holocaust and genocide cinema. Under the guidance of co-editors Glenn Dynner and Ranen Omer-Sherman and a prestigious international editorial board of multidisciplinary scholars, Shofar enlivens the field of Jewish Studies through rigorously researched and vetted exciting new research, offering an attractive venue for scholars to disseminate their work in an influential and widely cited journal.
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