Research and Publications
The Bernard Revel Graduate School of Jewish Studies takes great pride in both the quality and quantity of our faculty publications. Faculty members, in addition to their commitment to training men and women as effective teachers and researchers in Jewish studies, are deeply involved in research and scholarship. Over the last two years alone, the Revel Faculty has edited more than 30 scholarly volumes. Read More.
Revel Professors engage in cutting-edge scholarship on subjects ranging from the Dead Sea Scrolls, to the original golden coloration of the menorah on the Arch of Titus, to the Tosafists of medieval Ashkenaz to the story of the Jews of New York City. Read More.
Guided by the school's faculty, Revel students engage in high-level research and learning. The Student Journal (PDF) is a recently established annual publication of selected research papers in Jewish studies by students at Revel. It offers a current view of the rigorous academic writing and scholarship that characterizes the school.