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LAJP stands for L A Jewish Publications


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As the first organization promoting an understanding of the unique contributions of Jews to American culture, the American Jewish Historical Society has long served a public educational and interpretive function by publishing works on the American Jewish experience, including Heritage magazine and the American Jewish History journal. Heritage Heritage is the popular magazine that is published annually by the American Jewish Historical Society. Each issue rotates around a different subject, and includes material from the remarkable holdings in the AJHS collection. In an effort to go green, and conserve paper, AJHS is proud to announce that Heritage is moving away from its traditional published format, and into the digital realm. Each edition will be digital, available on our website for members, and highly interactive. For more information on Heritage, please contact our office.   Read the latest issue online: Winter 2015 Past issues: Winter 2014Winter 2013 (PDF format, 23.2 MB)Winter 2012 (PDF format, 4.2 MB)Fall 2010 (PDF format, 1.1 MB)Spring 2009 (PDF format, 4.8 MB)Fall 2008 (PDF format, 2.0 MB)Fall 2007 (PDF format, 2.0 MB)Fall 2006 (PDF format, 4.9 MB)Fall 2005 (PDF format, 5.2MB)May 2005 (PDF format, 3.4 MB)Fall 2004/Winter 2005 (PDF format, 2.7 MB)Spring 2004 (PDF format, 2.7 MB)Fall/Winter 2003 (PDF format, 3.8 MB)Spring 2003 (PDF format, 3.3 MB)Fall 2001 (PDF format, 6.2 MB) American Jewish History American Jewish History is the official publication of the American Jewish Historical Society, the oldest national ethnic historical organization in the United States. The most widely recognized journal in its field, AJH focuses on every aspect of the American Jewish experience. Founded in 1892 as Publications of the American Jewish Historical Society and later published as American Jewish Historical Quarterly, AJH has been the journal of record in American Jewish history for over a century, bringing readers all the richness and complexity of Jewish life in America through carefully researched, thoroughly accessible articles. The journal is published quarterly in January, April, July, and October by Johns Hopkins University Press. AJHS is pleased to announce that by 2015, all back issues of the Journal, and all issues going forward will be digitized and published on Jstor. Currently, issues of American Jewish History from Volume 84, 1995 to the present may be accessed at Project Muse with a subscription. Submission of Articles Authors should download American Jewish History's submission guidelines for instructions on how to submit and format an article and accompanying illustrations. Editor: Dianne Ashton, Rowan University, email: Associate Editor: Michael Alexander, University of California-Riverside, email: Book Review Editor: Melissa Klapper, Rowan University, email: Managing Board of Editors: Karla Goldman, Jewish Women's ArchiveAri Y. Kelman, University of California, DavisRebecca Kobrin, Columbia UniversityTony Michels, University of Wisconsin-MadisonDeborah Dash Moore, University of MichiganPamela S. Nadell, American UniversityRiv-Ellen Prell, University of MinnesotaGerald Sorin, State University of New York at New Paltz Advisory Board of Editors: Hasia Diner, New York UniversityEli Faber, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, The City University of New York (Editor, 2002-2007)Cheryl L. Greenberg, Trinity CollegeJeffrey S. Gurock, Yeshiva University (Associate Editor, 1982-2002)Matthew Frye Jacobson, Yale UniversityLaura A. Leibman, Reed CollegeRafael Medoff, David S. Wyman Institute for Holocaust Studies (Associate Editor, 2002-2007)Julia Oestreich, University of DelawareMarc Lee Raphael, College of William and Mary (Editor, 1982-2002)Jonathan D. Sarna, Brandeis UniversityJeffrey Shandler, Rutgers UniversityDaniel Soyer, Fordham UniversityBeth S. Wenger, University of PennsylvaniaStephen J. Whitfield, Brandeis University