Studia Hebraica


“Studia Hebraica” is the yearly academic journal of the “Goldstein Goren” Center for Hebrew Studies, Faculty of Letters, University of Bucharest

Felicia Waldman, Coordinator
Decanat, Facultatea de Litere, Universitatea din Bucuresti,
Str. Edgar Quinet no.5–7, sector 1, Bucharest, Romania
Tel/fax: (+4021) 313 43 36

Web site:
The journal is fully available on the internet at (Central and East European Online Library)

Studia Hebraica is structured in four sections:

1. Scholarly research articles presented at the annual international conference of the Goldstein Goren Center for Hebrew Studies (in English)
2. Articles submitted by the Center’s MA and PhD students (preferably in English)
3. Scholarly research articles in Jewish Studies or related fields submitted by researchers who did not attend the conference (in English)
4. Book reviews (preferably in English)

All article proposals submitted for publication are pre-selected by the editor and peer-reviewed by the editorial board members.

Next issue’s main topic:
Jews and the Urban Space, from specificity to interculturality.

Jews have played a major role in the shaping of urban space from the ancient times until today. Their specific lifestyle, skills and spirituality influenced and were in turn influenced by contact with “the others”, the majority but also the other minorities. From trade to trades and from architecture to culture, Jews left their imprint in many cities of the world, even after they were long gone. Based on the works of the 2010 annual international conference of the Goldstein Goren Center for Hebrew Studies, this issue of Studia Hebraica intends to honor earlier and later Jewish urban heritage from Europe and from afar.

We invite authors to submit articles in the field of Jewish studies for the “Additional Contributions” section of the journal. Only articles in academic English will be considered.
Deadline is: June 1, 2010
Please send articles

Style requirements:
Texts should be typeset in Times New Roman, 12, single space, with footnotes (Times New Roman, 10) and bibliography (Times New Roman, 10, indented). They should be accompanied by a short abstract (5 to 10 lines), up to 10 keywords, and a brief presentation of the author (title, position, affiliation, fields of expertise).