FOREWORD FROM THE EDITORS The Editors of our journal have in recent years repeatedly wrestled with the problem that authors of articles have to wait too long for the publication of their contributions. In order to put an end to the current waiting period and to limit this in the future to ap- firoximately one year, the Publisher and Editors of JSJ have decided to increase slightly the size of the journal in 1995 and to produce it in 3 issues. These issues are planned to appear in April, June and December. The first issue will contain only articles. The Review of Books and the Review of Articles (as well as some articles) will be published as usual in the June and December issues. In 1996 a further expansion is planned. The journal will from then on appear in 4 issues, namely in March, June, September and December, with the Review of Books appearing in the March and September issues and the Review of Articles in the June and December issues. We hope with this new organisation to better accommodate the wishes of the authors of articles and to make the journal con- siderably more up-to-date for its readers. In the meantime we welcome any suggestions from authors and readers which would help optimise the performance of JSJ.
Journal for the Study of Judaism – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 1995
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