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The Jewish Quarterly Review
A hundred years is a remarkable lifetime for any journal, especially a scholarly one in English focusing exclusively on Jewish civilization. During this impressive time span a dramatic and radical shift in the character and place of academic Jewish studies in the United States and throughout the world took place. JQR is surely a primary historical source for charting the history of higher Jewish learning in North America and its ultimate entrance and integration into the university.
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Ruderman, D. B. (2010). Three Reviewers and the Academic Style of the Jewish Quarterly Review at Midcentury. The Jewish Quarterly Review, 100 (4), 556-571. Retrieved from https://repository.upenn.edu/history_papers/35
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