Gal Ed

This bilingual publication is the flagship of the The Institute for the History of Polish Jewry and Israel-Poland Relations, and as the only academic journal on the subject of Polish Jewry to publish studies in both Hebrew and English, it enjoys international prestige and recognition.

Editor: David Engel

Editorial Manager and Book Review Section Editor: Dror Segev

Email: galed@post.tau.ac.il

Tel: 03-6409387

  • Gal-Ed: On the History and Culture of Polish Jewry

    Editor: David Engel
    Associate Editors: Avner Holtzman, Adam Teller
  • Gal-Ed: On the History and Culture of Polish Jewry

    Editor: David Engel
    Associate Editors: Avner Holtzman, Adam Teller
  • Gal-Ed: On the History and Culture of Polish Jewry

    Editor: David Engel
    Associate Editors: Avner Holtzman, Adam Teller
  • Gal-Ed: On the History and Culture of Polish Jewry

    Editor: David Engel
    Associate Editors: David Assaf, Elchanan Reiner
  • Gal-Ed: On the History and Culture of Polish Jewry

    Editor: David Engel
    Associate Editors: David Assaf, Elchanan Reiner
  • Gal-Ed: On the History and Culture of Polish Jewry

    Editor: David Engel
    Associate Editors: David Assaf, Elchanan Reiner

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