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Here you will find a wealth of secondary source material relating to the American Jewish past. Since 1948, the AJA has been publishing first-rate articles, books, monographs, and brochures that illuminate the American Jewish experience.

The American Jewish Archives Journal is our flagship publication that is circulated to 6000 readers including individuals, libraries, and is available for free on our website.

Frequently Asked Questions

The AJA is proud to present the entire run of The American Jewish Archives Journal on our website for free. New issues are posted immediately. Other AJA publications such as books and certain monographs, brochures, and posters, are also available online. We are continually adding new material so check back often.

If you would like to obtain a copy of an AJA publication that is already available online or that has not yet been posted, please contact Dr. Dana Herman, Director of Research & Collections, at [email protected].

The American Jewish Archives Journal (AJAJ) is committed to expanding the frontiers of knowledge about the American Jewish experience. Pursuant to this, AJAJ publishes both original scholarly articles and edited/annotated documents that are illustrative of the American Jewish experience throughout its more than three centuries of existence. AJAJ will not consider submissions that duplicate other published works in either wording or substance. Contact Dr. Dana Herman, Director of Research & Collections, at [email protected] for submission guidelines.

We will consider for review publications based on original primary source research in the field of American Jewish history. All review copies should be sent to the attention of Dr. Dana Herman, Director of Research & Collections, 3101 Clifton Ave., Cincinnati, OH 45220.

Although we are unable to add to the existing publication of First American Jewish Families, we welcome any changes or updates to the text. Please send them to the American Jewish Archives, 3101 Clifton Avenue, Cincinnati, OH 45220 where they will be added to our extensive genealogical collection.