Studia Judaica (SJ) is the academic journal of the Dr. Moshe Carmilly Institute for Hebrew and Jewish History in Cluj-Napoca, established in 1991. The journal is recognised internationally and welcomes contributions on all aspects of Jewish Studies including history, anthropology, religion, Jewish thought, philosophy, literature and the arts. Submissions are double-blind peer-reviewed. The journal comprises research articles from all areas of Jewish Studies, as well as a section for book reviews.
Subscription to the print journal for institutions as well as for individuals is available through Argonaut Publishing.
Professor Moshe Idel
Professor Alexander Orbach
Maria Radosav, Senior Lecturer
Dr. Lucian Herșcovici
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
University of Pittsburgh
Babeș-Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca
The National Library of Israel
Papers should be submitted electronically to email@example.com, both as DOC/DOCX and PDF documents. Papers in both formats should be submitted to the aforementioned address as e-mail attachments. E-mail submissions should include the following subject line: “Studia Judaica: Call for Papers”. Research articles must be written in English and should comprise 6000 to 7000 words. Please include at the beginning of the submitted research article an abstract of 150 words, 5-7 keywords and an author’s biography of 150 words. Book reviews should be between 2000 and 2500 words. Please include at the beginning of the submitted book review an author’s biography of 150 words. The journal ensures that all published research articles and book reviews are double-blind peer reviewed.
Studia Judaica (SJ) employs a zero-tolerance policy for any violation of publication ethics. The prevention of publication malpractice is one of the main concerns of the editorial board. Any form of plagiarism and unethical behaviour is not acceptable. Authors submitting research articles and reviews to Studia Judaica (SJ) are required to declare that the entire content of their submitted paper is original. Contributors must appropriately cite any material or ideas that do not belong personally to them and give full acknowledgement of their sources. Plagiarism attempts will lead to the rejection of the paper and permanent banning as a future possible contributor to Studia Judaica (SJ). In addition, plagiarism attempts will lead to the official notification of the institution where the author is affiliated and to public exposure of the malpractice in the scholarly community.
Multiple, redundant, or concurrent publications are not allowed. Contributors are expected to submit original papers that have not been sent to any other journal. Moreover, the author is obliged to report to the editor at any moment any significant error or inaccuracy discovered in the submitted paper.
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