The LBI Year Book
Published by Oxford University Press, and edited by Cathy Gelbin, David Rechter
and Daniel Wildmann, the Leo Baeck Institute Year Book is the flagship journal
of the Institute. Launched in 1956, the Year Book quickly established a reputation
for scholarly excellence and remains at the forefront of its field. It serves as a
forum for the dissemination and exchange of new ideas from a variety of
perspectives and produces a high-quality annual snapshot of a dynamic and
heterogeneous field of study. In addition to themed sections and assorted articles,
the Year Book devotes regular space to memoirs and primary documents in order
to convey some of the texture and colour of German-speaking Jewish history and
culture. In order to promote new research, the Year Book established in 2011 an
annual essay prize for recent PhDs and postdoctoral researchers.
For a complete list of Leo Baeck Institute Year Book volumes, see:
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