Welcome to JSN, an affiliate of Hebrew College and Shamash. Our H-Judaic network has been a member of H-Net Humanities & Social Sciences Online since 1993. JSN is one of the oldest Internet projects in the humanities, initially operating as Judaica/He'Asif, starting in February 1989, operating out of Jerusalem using mailing list services at Tel Aviv U. From 1991-93 the network was at the University of Minnesota.

With 3,000 subscribers worldwide, JSN is the premier digital source concerning Judaica and the academic study and discussion of Judaism ancient, mediaeval, and modern. All services of JSN are provided free of charge.



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CFP: Canadian Society for Jewish Studies Conference: Vancouver, June 3-4, 2019

The Canadian Society for Jewish Studies (CSJS) will be holding its 15th Annual Conference from June 3rd through June 4th, 2019 (Monday and Tuesday) at the University of British Columbia in association with the Association for Canadian Jewish Studies. The conference provides a platform for original scholarly research in Jewish Studies. Individuals are invited to send proposals for paper presentations twenty minutes in length. Potential presenters are asked to submit their proposal (approximately 400 words) by Monday, January 7, 2019.

New JSIJ website

JSIJ, the ejournal of Bar-Ilan University's Faculty of Jewish Studies, has just moved to a new website - http://jewish-faculty.biu.ac.il/en/JSIJ for English, and http://jewish-faculty.biu.ac.il/JSIJ for Hebrew.
Please note that all of the internet addresses (URLs) of articles which were already published in JSIJ are still valid, and they will continue to open these articles, albeit in the new website.
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Job: Visiting Professor, Holocaust Studies, Northwestern University

History of the Holocaust. Northwestern University seeks to appoint a visiting professor to the Theodore Zev and Alice R. Weiss — Holocaust Education Foundation Chair in Holocaust Studies. Candidates must have a Ph.D. in History or a related field and have an established record of publication/service in academia and/or public history centered on the Holocaust. The position is a full-time, non-tenure-line, academic appointment for up to five years.