Studia Rosenthaliana, Journal of the History, Culture and Heritage of the Jews in the Netherlands is the world’s only scholarly journal on the history of Dutch Jewry.
The Menasseh ben Israel Institute has re-launched Studia Rosenthaliana in 2020 as double-blind peer-reviewed fully “diamond” open access academic journal, published with Amsterdam University Press. The Menasseh ben Israel Institute serves as its editorial office.
Read in this issue about how the Jews of Constantinople assisted in the settlement of Jewish in the Republic, about the political activities of the Jewish community in Dutch Brazil in the 17th century, about a 19th century Dutch Jewish vaccination campaign against smallpox, and the Dutch representation of diplomatic interests of Israel in Poland
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Advisory board: Prof. Shmuel Feiner Bar Ilan University, Israel, Prof. Matt Goldish Ohio State Univesity, USA, Prof. Jonathan Israel Institute of Advanced Studies, Princeton, USA, Prof. Yosef Kaplan Hebrew University Jerusalem, Prof. James Kennedy Universiteit Utrecht, Prof. Vivian Liska Universiteit Antwerpen, Hebrew University, Prof. Dan Michman Bar Ilan University/ Yad Vashem, Israel, Prof. Steven Nadler University of Wisconsin-Madison, Prof. Emile Schrijver University of Amsterdam, director Jewish Historical Museum Amsterdam