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Studia Rosenthaliana. Journal of the History, Culture and Heritage of the Jews in the Netherlands

Studia Rosenthaliana. Journal of the History, Culture and Heritage of the Jews in the Netherlands

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.

History
Studia Rosenthaliana was founded in 1967. It appeared with Van Gorcum from 1967 to 1998, Amsterdam University Press from 1999 to 2001 and Peeters from 2002-2014. All previous issues except 2014 have been digitized and can be found here.

From 2020 the journal appears again with Amsterdam University Press. The process of editing and publishing is coordinated from the Menasseh ben Israel Institute for Jewish Social and Cultural Studies in Amsterdam, an academic collaboration between the University of Amsterdam and the Amsterdam Jewish Cultural Quarter.

Aims and scope

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.

Title
Studia Rosenthaliana. Journal of the History, Culture and Heritage of the Jews in the Netherlands
Frequency

The journal will be published online in two issues per year.

ISSN

0039-3347

eISSN

1783-1792

Open Access

Open Access symbol 32 This journal is published in "Diamond Open Access" which means that authors are not required to find funding for publication. The journal is sponsored by the Menasseh ben Israel Institute for Jewish Social and Cultural Studies in Amsterdam, an academic collaboration between the University of Amsterdam and the Amsterdam Jewish Cultural Quarter.

Sponsors
As an open access academic journal Studia Rosenthaliana cannot exist without the support of sponsors. It is currently sponsored by a subsidy from the ‘commissie joodse erfpachttegoeden’. For its long-term existence it is in need of additional sponsors and donations. Those interested in supporting the journal financially can contact mbii@jck.nl

Open Access information
Editors

Editors-in-Chief
Rachel Boertjens Bibliotheca Rosenthaliana
(R.J.Boertjens@uva.nl)
Dr. Bart Wallet University of Amsterdam, Free University of Amsterdam
(b.t.wallet@uva.nl)
Dr. David Wertheim Menasseh ben Israel Insititute
(david.wertheim@jck.nl)
Prof. Irene Zwiep University of Amsterdam
(I.E.Zwiep@uva.nl)

Review Editor
Dr. Alexander van der Haven University of Bergen
(Alexander.Haven@uib.no)

Editorial Office
The Menasseh ben Israel Institute functions as the editorial office of Studia Rosenthaliana.
Manuscripts should be submitted digitally as a word file to mbii@jck.nl.
Authors should carefully read and follow the instructions in the Guide for Authors.

Contact information
Menasseh ben Israel Institute
Postal address: PO Box 16737 NL-1001 RE Amsterdam
Visiting address: Nieuwe Amstelstraat 3-5, Amsterdam
E-mail: mbii@jck.nl
Telephone: +31(0)20 5310324

Book reviews
Studia Rosenthaliana publishes reviews of books on Dutch Jewish History. Review copies can be sent to our review editor Alexander van der Haven

Postal address: Department of Archaeology, History, Cultural Studies and Religion University of Bergen POB 7805, 5020 Bergen, Norway

Editorial Board
Prof. Marion Aptroot Heinrich Heine Universität, Düsseldorf, Germany
(aptroot@phil.hhu.de)
Prof. Avriel Bar-Levav The Open University of Israel
(avribar@openu.ac.il)
Prof. Aviva Ben-Ur University of Massachusetts Amherst
(aben-ur@judnea.umass.edu)
Prof. Wim Klooster Clark University
(wklooster@clarku.edu)
Prof. Karin Hofmeester International Institute of Social History, Netherlands
(kho@iisg.nl)

Advisory Board
Prof. Shmuel Feiner Bar Ilan University, Israel
Prof. Matt Goldish Ohio State Univesity, USA
Prof. Jonathan Israel Institute of Advanced Studies, Princeton, USA
Prof. Yosef Kaplan Hebrew University Jerusalem
Prof. James Kennedy Universiteit Utrecht
Prof. Vivian Liska Universiteit Antwerpen, Hebrew University
Prof. Dan Michman Bar Ilan University/ Yad Vashem, Israel
Prof. Steven Nadler University of Wisconsin-Madison
Prof. Emile Schrijver University of Amsterdam, director Jewish Historical Museum Amsterdam

Publication Ethics & Malpractice Statement

The publishing ethics and malpractice policies follow the Principles of Transparency and Best Practice in Scholarly Publishing (joint statement by COPE, DOAJ, WAME, and OASPA), the NISO Recommended Practices for the Presentation and Identification of E-Journals (PIE-J), and, where relevant, the Recommendations for the Conduct, Reporting, Editing, and Publication of Scholarly Work in Medical Journals from ICMJE.

Peer Review Process

Submitted manuscripts are read by members of the editorial board, who decide whether to accept for peer review. Once accepted for peer review, the anonymized version is read by two external reviewers (double blind peer review), who report to the editorial board. The editorial board decides whether to accept, conditionally accept or reject the manuscript. If the article is conditionally accepted, it will be returned to the author for revision, upon which the editors take the final decision to accept or reject the article for publication. Authors will need to sign a Consent to Publish Agreement prior to publication.

Back issues
Back issues
CrossRef

Articles in this journal have Digital Object Identifiers (DOIs), which are registered with CrossRef. The DOI is a unique number that identifies a published article. The DOI provides a link to current information about that article, including where it can be found online, irrespective of any changes in the journal or publishing company website.

Archiving

For long-term preservation, all issues of this journal as published by AUP are archived at CLOCKSS and Zenodo.

Subscriptions

Print (2020):
Institutions €119.00 per year (excl. VAT)
Individuals €41.00 per year (incl. VAT)

Single print issue: €29.95 (incl. VAT). Postage costs outside of the Netherlands are not included.

Please contact subscriptions@aup.nl for more information or to subscribe.