Proceedings of Jewish Studies Conferences



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International conferences on Jewish Studies organized by Sefer Center take place every year in Moscow since 1994. 26 annual international conferences have already been held (1994–2019). This is the only large-scale interdisciplinary conference on Jewish studies in the entire post-Soviet space. It is the unique academic meeting place for the researchers from around the world who work with different aspects of Jewish Studies – from Biblical Studies to the History of the State of Israel, from Jewish philosophy to Jewish-Christian relations, Jewish literature and art, history of the Jews in the Russian Empire and Soviet Union, etc. 

During 1994–2017 Sefer Center annually published proceedings of the International conferences on Jewish Studies. Since 2018, the Sefer Center seized to publish conference proceedings in favor of the publication of a new academic peer-reviewed "Judaic-Slavic Journal".


 


Proceedings of the Twenty Second Annual International Conference on Jewish Studies, 2015



Proceedings of the Twenty-First Annual International Conference on Jewish Studies, 2014.


Proceedings of the XXth Annual International Conference on Jewish Studies, 2013. 

Vol. I

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Vol. II

Vol. III 

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Vol. IV

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Proceedings of the XIXth Annual International Conference on Jewish Studies, 2013.
Volume III. New Studies on Jewish History

Proceedings of the XIXth Annual International Conference on Jewish Studies, 2013.
Volume II


Proceedings of the XIXth Annual International Conference on Jewish Studies, 2013.
Volume I. The Holocaust in the Soviet Union


Proceedings of the XIXth Annual International Conference on Jewish Studies, 2013.
Hebrew Language: Research and Teaching


Proceedings of the XVIIIth Annual International Conference on Jewish Studies. Moscow, 2011. 
The Holocaust: New Researches and Materials

Proceedings of the XVIIIth Annual International Conference on Jewish Studies. Moscow, 2011. 
Hebrew Language: Research and Teaching


Proceedings of the XVIIIth Annual International Conference on Jewish Studies. Moscow, 2011. 
ISRAEL, RUSSIA AND RUSSIAN-SPEAKING JEWRY IN THE CONTEXT OF THE INTERNATIONAL POLITICS   

Proceedings of the XVIIIth Annual International Conference on Jewish Studies. Moscow, 2011. 
Volume II.


Proceedings of the XVIIIth Annual International Conference on Jewish Studies. Moscow, 2011. 

Volume I




Proceedings of the XVIIth Annual International Conference on Jewish Studies. Moscow, 2011. 
Volume I



Proceedings of the XVIIth Annual International Conference on Jewish Studies. Moscow, 2011. 

Volume II


Proceedings of the XVIIth Annual International Conference on Jewish Studies. Moscow, 2011. 
Hebrew Language: Research and Teaching

Proceedings of the XVIth Annual International Conference on Jewish Studies. Moscow, 2009.  
Pt.1. Hebrew Language: Study and Teaching

Proceedings of the XVIth Annual International Conference on Jewish Studies. Moscow, 2009.  
Pt. 2. Jewish Culture and Its Contexts

Proceedings of the XVIth Annual International Conference on Jewish Studies. Moscow, 2009.  
Pt. 3. The Issues of Jewish History



Proceedings of the XVth Annual International Conference on Jewish Studies. Moscow, 2008.  
Pt. 1. The State of Israel: 60 Years of History





















Proceedings of the XVth Annual International Conference on Jewish Studies. Moscow, 2008.  
Pt. 2. In Memoriam of Professor R.M. Kaplanov


 
Questions of Jewish History. Proceedings of Sefer Center 2007 Scholarly Conferences in Jewish Studies. Moscow, 2008.
Pt. 1. In Memoriam of Professor John Doyle Klier


Questions of Jewish History. Proceedings of Sefer Center 2007 Scholarly Conferences in Jewish Studies. Moscow, 2008.
Pt. 2. In Memoriam of Professor R.M. Kaplanov


Questions of Jewish History. Proceedings of Sefer Center 2007 Scholarly Conferences in Jewish Studies. Moscow, 2008.
Pt. 3.




Proceedings of the XIth Annual International Conference on Jewish Studies. Moscow, 2004.


 


Proceedings of the XIth Annual International Conference on Jewish Studies. Moscow, 2004.