Studia Rosenthaliana is the world's only scholarly journal on the history, culture and heritage of the Jews in the Netherlands. Established in 1967 by the late Dr. L. Fuks and covering a variety of subjects such as the history of the Portuguese Jews in the Low Countries, topics on the local history of Jewish communities and on Jewish art in the Netherlands, Studia Rosenthaliana includes contributions by scholars such as Jonathan Israel, Yosef Kapla, and Herman P. Salomon. Studia Rosenthaliana is abstracted and indexed in the Arts & Humanities Citation Index and Current Contents/Arts & Humanities; Elenchus Bibliographicus (Ephemerides Theologicae Lovanienses); Scopus; CrossRef; ISI Links.
Peeters is an international publishing house based in Leuven/Louvain, Belgium and established in 1857. It has since published some 4000 titles while each year about 150 new titles and 60 journals appear, both in print and online. Peeters was set up to serve the academic world by printing and publishing books in English, French, German and Dutch. Its major publication list contains books in theology, philosophy, ethics, classical studies, archaeology, history of art, medieval studies, oriental studies, linguistics and literature. Peeters publishes original research as well as bibliographic data, reviews and reference material. It is standard practice for each publication to be supervised by an editorial board which ensures high quality standards, based on independent reports.