T HE J EWISH Q UA R T E R LY R EVIEW , Vol. 108, No. 3 (Summer 2018) 351–352 On the Scholarship of Elliott Horowitz: Editors’ Introduction M ORE THAN A YE AR after his untimely passing, the memory of Elliott Horowitz z”l is strong. His unique and iconoclastic brilliance informed every page of our journal, whether through his distinctive editorial hand (which often lengthened, rather than shortened, essays) or his inventive rethinking of the form and content of scholarship. Elliott exempliﬁed the very essence of what we sought to create in the Jewish Quarterly Review when we took it over in 2003: a mix of old and new, at once harking back to the polymathic, bibliophilic, and antiquarian cast of the old, London- based JQR and yet always seeking out important new trends and talent in the ﬁeld of Jewish studies. No one was better than Elliott Horowitz in balancing those two missions. It is what lent our journal its character; and we seek to perpetuate it, in his wake. Of course, it is not just as an editor that Elliott merits remembrance. He was an uncommonly creative scholar, for whom quality of output was always
Jewish Quarterly Review – University of Pennsylvania Press
Published: Sep 26, 2018
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