About Southern Jewish History
Southern Jewish History is the annual peer-reviewed journal of the Southern Jewish Historical Society. It has been published regularly each fall since 1998. The journal is a benefit of membership in the Society and is also available by prepaid order.
The editor of Southern Jewish History is seeking scholarly articles for consideration for publication. To discuss a potential article relating to the southern Jewish experience, please contact the editor, Mark K. Bauman, at [email protected] or by phone at 678-428-3622.
The journal is also seeking book, exhibit, website, and film reviewers, as well as contributors to the primary source section. Please contact the appropriate editor.
For general information about the journal, subscriptions, purchases, and advertising, please contact the managing editor, Bryan E. Stone, at [email protected].
Articles appearing in Southern Jewish History are abstracted and/or indexed in Historical Abstracts; America: History and Life; Index to Jewish Periodicals; Journal of Southern History; RAMBI-National Library of Israel; Immigration and Ethnic History Society Newsletter; and the Berman Jewish Policy Archive.
The full contents of the first fourteen volumes of Southern Jewish History (1998–2011) are freely available for download.
- Contents of Southern Jewish History
- Index of Authors
- Glossary of Hebrew, Yiddish, and Sephardic Terms Used in SJH
- Errata Published in Southern Jewish History
- Winners of the Quadrennial Award for Best Article Published in SJH
- Contact Us
Southern Jewish History acknowledges with deep appreciation grants
from the Covenant Foundation, New York, and the
Helen Marie Stern Memorial Fund, Atlanta.