Focus

Memory and Forgetting among Jews from the Arab-Muslim Countries. Contested Narratives of a Shared Past
edited by Emanuela Trevisan Semi, Piera Rossetto
by Sara Cohen Fournier
by Yolande Cohen, Martin Messika
by Emanuela Trevisan Semi
by Aviad Moreno
by Mechtild Gilzmer
by Piera Rossetto
by Aide Esu
by Sophie Wagenhofer
by Dario Miccoli

Archive

issue9
The Great War. Reflections, Experiences and Memories of German and Habsburg Jews (1914-1918)
issue8
Portrait of Italian Jewish Life (1800s-1930s)
issue7
Miscellanea
issue6
Travels to the "Holy Land": Perceptions, Representations and Narratives
issue5
Israelis and Palestinians Seeking, Building and Representing Peace. A Historical Appraisal
issue3
The Making of Antisemitism as a Political Movement. Political History as Cultural History (1879-1914)
issue2
Modernity and the Cities of the Jews
issue1
Jews in Europe after the Shoah. Studies and Research Perspectives

Call for Papers


The Editors of the online open access journal “Quest. Issues in Contemporary Jewish History”, published by the Fondazione Centro di Documentazione Ebraica of Milan, invite scholars to submit articles on any aspect of Jewish history from the XVIIIth century to the present day (see the description of the journal in http://www.quest-cdecjournal.it/about.php?issue=9).

Starting from 2017 the journal will publish a monographic issue every June and an open, miscellaneous one every December. This call is aimed at gathering articles for the issue to be published in December 2017.

To be considered for inclusion in that issue, you should send your papers by May 2017. Articles received later will be evaluated for publication in the following miscellaneous issues.

Manuscripts proposed for submission should follow the journal’s style guidelines (see http://www.quest-cdecjournal.it/submission.php?issue=9).
The article's length can vary between 30,000 and 60,000 characters (footnotes and spaces included).
 
Articles proposed to the journal should be sent together with a short cv, a 200 word abstract and a statement guaranteeing that it is original and unpublished work, and that it is not being submitted to other journals at the same time. It is imperative that authors remove from their submissions any information that will identify them or their affiliations to reviewers.
 

Submissions must be sent to Dr. Laura Brazzo, Managing Editor of 'Quest. Issues in Contemporary Jewish History: mail@quest-cdecjournal.it


ISSN: 2037-741X

La sezione italiana di Quest sarà online entro breve!

 

The italian section of Quest will be soon online!

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