Jewish Renaissance

Archived since Autumn 2001

65 issues

Keep up to date with a world of Jewish Culture

If you want to uncover Jewish history around the world and keep informed about all that’s going on in Jewish culture you need to subscribe to Jewish Renaissance.

Every quarter our beautifully written pages are filled with articles that will stimulate, surprise and give you new insights. In each issue you will find:

  • Jewish history and heritage across the world
  • a unique guide to three months of Jewish events in the UK and beyond
  • the authors and books that people are talking about
  • reviews and interviews about Jewish films, theatre, music, art
  • lively debate on current issues
  • our 8-page regular Sephardi section
  • upcoming JR tours

Each issue is a source of rich knowledge and research that will keep you connected to your Jewish cultural roots wherever they are. Subscribe now and you will get...

Access to our online archive featuring our Passport series. Passport is a unique in-depth report on communities all over the world from Brighton to Burma, Greece to Gibraltar, Manchester to Mexico and all places in between including Hungary, Venice, Berlin, India, Egypt, Iran and many more. You’ll hear from those who live there today as well as commentary from expert historians and writers.

Plus: A fortnightly email update to the only Jewish cultural event listings in the UK

Plus: Regular reader ticket offers and discounts

Why not check out our beautifully printed editions available for subscription through our website: www.jewishrenaissance.org.uk/subscribe. JR printed subscriptions have been bought as gifts for festivals, as a thank you, for birthdays and anniversaries, for friends, parents, children, grandchildren, grandparents, nieces, uncles, for teachers and for pupils. We will send our current issue with your message in a gift card on the day you ask us to.

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Latest issue

Did you know that one of the most eminent astronomers in the 18th century was a Jew from Cambridge? This is just one of the little-known stories we cover in the April issue of JR, where we’ll guide you through the ancient and beautiful city of Cambridge. We’ll take you on a tour of its medieval history, its émigré thinkers and its vibrant present day community. And we’ll hear from writers Frederic Raphael, Elaine Feinstein and others about their time living there.

In other sections Roxana Jebreel calls for urgent action to stop Sephardi communities being excluded from mainstream Jewish life and we hear how an Icelandic author has relocated the story of the Golem to his icy home country. Plus our unique three months listings of the best of Jewish culture across the UK, Europe and Israel.

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Keep up to date with a world of Jewish Culture

If you want to uncover Jewish history around the world and keep informed about all that’s going on in Jewish culture you need to subscribe to Jewish Renaissance.

Every quarter our beautifully written pages are filled with articles that will stimulate, surprise and give you new insights. In each issue you will find:

  • Jewish history and heritage across the world
  • a unique guide to three months of Jewish events in the UK and beyond
  • the authors and books that people are talking about
  • reviews and interviews about Jewish films, theatre, music, art
  • lively debate on current issues
  • our 8-page regular Sephardi section
  • upcoming JR tours

Each issue is a source of rich knowledge and research that will keep you connected to your Jewish cultural roots wherever they are. Subscribe now and you will get...

Access to our online archive featuring our Passport series. Passport is a unique in-depth report on communities all over the world from Brighton to Burma, Greece to Gibraltar, Manchester to Mexico and all places in between including Hungary, Venice, Berlin, India, Egypt, Iran and many more. You’ll hear from those who live there today as well as commentary from expert historians and writers.

Plus: A fortnightly email update to the only Jewish cultural event listings in the UK

Plus: Regular reader ticket offers and discounts

Why not check out our beautifully printed editions available for subscription through our website: www.jewishrenaissance.org.uk/subscribe. JR printed subscriptions have been bought as gifts for festivals, as a thank you, for birthdays and anniversaries, for friends, parents, children, grandchildren, grandparents, nieces, uncles, for teachers and for pupils. We will send our current issue with your message in a gift card on the day you ask us to.

JR ships internationally.

  • First Issue: Autumn 2001
  • Latest Issue: April 2018
  • Issue Count: 65
  • Published: Quarterly
  • ISSN: 2516-1849

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