Brown Judaic Studies
|publisher.name||Brown Judaic Studies||*|
|publisher.address||Judaic Studies Brown University Box 1826 163 George Street Hirschfeld House Providence, RI 02912||*|
|publisher.oalicense||: Brown Judaic Studies has published over 400 volumes since its inception in 1978. Through a generous grant from the National Endowment for Humanities and the Andrew Mellon Foundation, we were able to digitize 52 volumes and make them available open access. through a CC-BY-NC-ND License.||*|
|publisher.peerreviewpolicy||All submissions to BJS are assigned a Subject Editor (SE) who is a faculty member in the Program in Judaic Studies at Brown University who specializes in that field. The SE commissions two independent peer reviews from scholars. On the basis of those reviews, and the SE's own evaluation of the manuscript, the SE makes a recommendation to the board of BJS, composed entirely of faculty in the Program in Judaic Studies. The board sees the two reviews, the SE's written recommendation, and the manuscript itself. The board then makes a decision about whether or not to publish. The reviews, stripped of all identifying material, are then sent to the author and the SE oversees the revision (if requested) process. <BR><BR>https://www.brown.edu/academics/judaic-studies/monograph/monograph/about||*|
|publisher.description||We are delighted that with the support of a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities/Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Humanities Open Book Program, we are now able to make available in digital, open access, format fifty two titles from our backlist. We are currently adding these files - available in several different formats (HTML, PDF, EPUB, and TXT) - to this site. All titles will eventually also be found at the Brown Digital Repository, ProjectMUSE, JSTOR, ACLS Open Humanities, and HathiTrust. The titles will also be made available print on demand through SBL Press.||*|
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