Welcome to Penn Press's AJS 2022 virtual store!
It’s time for the Association for Jewish Studies’s 2022 meeting, and Penn Press is offering discounts on relevant titles and journals here on our virtual exhibit store!
To purchase books:
Customers in the United States: Browse through titles throughout this AJS virtual store, and once you’re ready to check out, enter AJS22-FM in the promo code field on the shopping cart page for 40% off plus free shipping!
Customers in Canada, Latin America, and the Caribbean: Order online through this AJS virtual store and enter AJS22 in the promo code field on the shopping cart page to get 40% off your order!
All other customers: Order online at combinedacademic.co.uk and use discount code CSPENN40 at checkout to receive a 40% discount.
Ebooks (customers in all territories): Order online at combinedacademic.co.uk and use discount code EBOOKPP40 at checkout to receive a 40% discount.
To purchase journal subscriptions:
Browse our relevant journals, including AJS Review and The Jewish Quarterly Review, and use the provided discount codes for up to 25% off print subscriptions on each journal’s website.
Spring 2023 titles—now available for pre-order!
New from Penn Press
Penn Press publishes 22 journals on a wide range of subjects, including several of interest to scholars attending the AJS annual meeting. You can get subscriptions to each of these journals at up to 25% off the print rate! See below or check out our journals page for more information.
AJS Review publishes scholarly articles and book reviews covering the field of Jewish Studies. From biblical and rabbinic textual and historical studies to modern history, social sciences, the arts, and literature, the journal welcomes articles of interest to both academic and lay audiences around the world. A substantial portion of each volume is devoted to reviews of the latest scholarly Judaica and to review essays on current trends in publishing.
Established by Israel Abrahams and Claude Montefiore in 1889, The Jewish Quarterly Review is the oldest English-language journal in the field of Jewish studies. JQR preserves the attention to textual detail so characteristic of the journal’s early years, while encouraging scholarship in a wide range of fields and time periods. In each quarterly issue of JQR the ancient stands alongside the modern, the historical alongside the literary, the textual alongside the contextual.