Jewish Folklore and Ethnology (JFE) is a peer-reviewed, annual journal published by Wayne State University Press. It features innovative, original analytical studies, essays, and commentaries in English on the diverse ways in which Jewishness is expressed, conceived, transformed, and perceived by Jews and non-Jews through folklore, tradition, and social/cultural practice.
JFE’s coverage includes but is not limited to genres of narrative, song, music, speech, custom, ritual, belief, art, craft, architecture, dance, dress, and food; practices and performances of the body, faith, home, and community in the past and present; and ideas of tradition, identity, ethnicity, race, gender, religion, education, and culture.
JFE succeeds previous international serials of Jewish Folklore and Ethnology Review and Jewish Cultural Studies sponsored by the Jewish Folklore and Ethnology Section of the American Folklore Society.
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Jewish Cultural Studies is a forum for people interested in Jewish cultural expression, groups, practice and their study.
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The editors welcome individual contributions for an open table of contents and proposals for special issues. They seek original analytical studies on the diverse ways in which Jewishness is expressed, conceived, transformed, and perceived by Jews and non-Jews through folklore, tradition, and social/cultural practice.
JFE invites submissions from varied disciplines in the humanities and social sciences and methodologies/approaches. JFE strives for an international reach in content and authors and values engaging academic writing that will be of interest to lay as well as scholarly audiences.
Official journal of the
AFS Jewish Folklore and Ethnology Section
Editor: Simon J. Bronner
Email: [email protected]
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Middletown, PA 17057-4898