Hebrew Union College - Jewish Institute of Religion Publisher Description
Founded in 1875, Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion is the intellectual center of Reform Judaism, a religious and scholarly learning community devoted to advancing the critical study of Jewish culture with the highest standards of modern academic scholarship. Hebrew Union College Press specializes in scholarly books and journals across the spectrum of Jewish Studies. Our goal is to disseminate cutting edge scholarship in biblical studies, rabbinics, history, liturgy, literature, philology, law, philosophy, religion, and booklore.
Journals Books
Journals in JSTOR from Hebrew Union College - Jewish Institute of Religion
1 Journal in JSTOR Date Range
Hebrew Union College Annual 1924 - 2012
Journal of Jewish Lore and Philosophy 1919
Books in JSTOR from Hebrew Union College - Jewish Institute of Religion
12 Books in JSTOR Copyright Date
After Emancipation: Jewish Religious Responses to Modernity 2004
From Ideology to Liturgy: Reconstructionist Worship and American Liberal Judaism 2002
A Great Voice that Did Not Cease: The Growth of the Rabbinic Canon and Its Interpretation 2009
Hebrew Union College and the Dead Sea Scrolls 2012
Ideals Face Reality: Jewish Law and Life in Poland, 1550-1655 1997
In the Service of the King: Officialdom in Ancient Israel and Judah 2000
A Letter that Has not Been Read: Dreams in the Hebrew Bible 2001
"Loosen the Fetters of They Tongue, Woman": The Poetry and Poetics of Yona Wallach 2003
My Dear Daughter: Rabbi Benjamin Slonik and the Education of Jewish Women in Sixteenth Century Poland 2007
To Worship God Properly: Tensions Between Liturgical Custom and Halakhah in Judaism 1998
A Window on Their World: The Court Diary of Rabbi Hayyim Gundersheim, Frankfurt am Main, 1773-1794 2012
Yannai on Genesis: An Invitation to Piyyut 2010