The Jewish Political Studies Review falls into three major divisions:
Jewish political institutions and behavior, Jewish political
thought, and Jewish public affairs.
The JPSR welcomes articles on historic and contemporary phenomena
within its range of interests reflecting the results of empirical
research, the analysis of political ideas, normative and
empirical theory, political behavior and studies.
standard journal length are invited, but there is no formal
length limitation. All manuscripts should be double-spaced
throughout, including extracts and reference notes, with ample
margin space. Contributors should follow the specifications of
the Chicago Manual of Style (University of Chicago Press) for
capitalization, punctuation and endnotes. All Hebrew should be
transliterated according to the system set forth by the
Send 4 copies of the manuscript to:
Mark Ami-El, Managing Editor
Books for Review should be sent to Dr. M. Benjamin Mollov at the Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs.
Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs
13 Tel Hai Street
The Jerusalem Center also publishes the Jerusalem Letter/