A project of the German Research Foundation, this is a digitized, searchable collection of German Jewish newspapers, journals, and periodicals from the eighteenth to the early twentieth century. You can browse by title and date of the publication and see the page images.
Selected full text articles from the current and back issues of this geography magazine that highlights places of interest in Israel. Access is also provided to the Hebrew language publications of this company including Metropolis and and Eretz VaTeva, which is the Hebrew version of the magazine.
News and activities of the Orthodox Union, its youth division (NCSY), Torah retreats and department of kashrut supervision. Seeks to preserve and enhance Orthodoxy in the modern world. Includes advertisement and book reviews.Selected full-text articles are available on the Internet from 1998.
This non-denominational journal is "is the only Jewish-sponsored magazine in English devoted entirely to the Tanakh." From this site you can access the 24 year index which is searchable by author, keyword, and book of the Bible. Some full text articles are available.
Edited by Dr. Nora Gold, this is “the only English-language journal devoted exclusively to the publishing of Jewish fiction.” You can read the current issue for free, but must register for free to read the archives.
Jewish In Seattle is the community magazine that the Jewish Federation of Greater Seattle publishes bimonthly about the Puget Sound Jewish community in the state of Washington. Archives are available back to 2015.
“Jewish Life magazine, the highest circulating and most widely read Jewish publication in South Africa, uniquely appeals to the entire Jewish community. Available in both print and digital editions, including as a free app on iOS and Android”
Focusing on establishing communication among Spanish speaking Jews, “HebreosNet offers to all the Spanish-speaking Jews of the world a set of resources to foment, among other things, the debate of opinions, the knowledge of our traditions and our union as a people.“
“Melilah is an interdisciplinary Open Access journal available in both electronic and book form concerned with Jewish law, history, literature, religion, culture and thought in the ancient, medieval and modern eras.” Full text articles going back to 2004 are available.
The goal of this magazine is “to facilitate the exchange of ideas and values between the varying streams within the Orthodox Jewish world, among them the Hassidic, Yeshivish, Sephardic, and Modern Orthodox communities.”
Founded by Elie Wiesel and Leonard Fein in 1975, this independent bimonthly journal covers the Jewish world with a focus on culture, religion, and politics. The searchable online version provides articles in these areas along with a message board and details about subscribing to the print version. Of particular note is the resources section which offers searchable directories for Jewish charities, retreats, camps, schools of higher learning, Israeli programs, and Jewish artists.
Questioni di storia ebraica contemporanea is an open access and peer reviewed journal published by the Fondazione Centro di Documentazione Ebraica Contemporanea (CDEC) in Italy, an institute devoted to historical research that was established in Milan in 1955. CDEC focuses its attention on the history of Italian Jews in the 20th century, the Fascist and Nazi persecutions, anti-Semitism.
This Spanish language publication is the only magazine focusing on the cultural life of Jews in Spain. Its website offers a browsable index of topics by subject that have been covered in previous issues.
“Each day, TheTower.org features real-time updates and analysis of geopolitical, security, economic, social and other events and trends affecting the Middle East and America’s interests in the region.”
Tradition is published by the Rabbinical Council of America and its articles reflect Orthodox approaches to Jewish thought. The online version of the periodical provides browsable tables of contents of current and past issues. Full text articles of the current issue and those in the archives are available to subscribers only.
“The Jewish Review of Books is a quarterly publication (in print and on the web) for serious readers with Jewish interests.” The site is searchable and provides access to past issues dating back to 2010, when the journal began publication.