Welcome to the new Jewish Quarterly. Redesigned and revived in 2021, The Jewish Quarterly returns in May with an issue that will examine rising populism and nativism.
After 68 years as the leading British Jewish journal of ideas and culture, The Jewish Quarterly has been relaunched for an international readership. It will be published in an elegant book format and will be available worldwide.
Our new editor is Jonathan Pearlman, and each issue will feature leading writers and thinkers from around the world, who will address critical subjects in clear and compelling prose.
An independent publication that explores Jewish issues, as well as issues of humanity from a Jewish perspective, JQ’s mission is not to advocate, but to investigate pressing matters of politics, religion, history, literature and culture.
As a part of the new JQ, we are pleased to offer a range of subscription options. Print and Digital subscriptions include access to four print issues, all delivered straight to your door, and 12 months of access to current issues on our website and all past issues of The Jewish Quarterly via Exact Editions. Digital subscriptions include 12 months of access to current issues on our website and all past issues of The Jewish Quarterly via Exact Editions. Our new website and subscriber platform provide you with almost 70 years of significant writing by leading writers and thinkers from around the globe, all at your fingertips.
While our operations have shifted to Australia, The Jewish Quarterly is global in its reach. Subscriptions are available in a range of currencies (British Pounds Sterling, US Dollars and Australian Dollars), and no matter where you are, all subscription costs include free delivery to your door.
If at any time you have a suggestion, some feedback or need help, simply reach out via [email protected]. We’re a small team, but we will get back in touch with you as soon as we can.
We hope you’ll find the new JQ engaging and thought-provoking. Please spread the word.
May 9 2021Plague & Prejudice, 9 MAY, 7PM BST
May 11 2021New populism and old hatreds, 11 MAY, 8PM AEST
August 3 2021The Art of Translation in the State of Israel Today, 3 AUG, 8PM AEST
August 31 2021The Collectors, 31 AUG, 7PM (BST)
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