Michael

Michael: On the History of the Jews in the Diaspora is an academic series published by the Goldstein-Goren Diaspora Research Center of Tel Aviv University. Its volumes present historical documents and research on the history of the Jewish people in the Diaspora, from the Second Temple Period to the present, with each volume dedicated to a particular Jewish community or topic. The early volumes include primary historical sources that had not previously been published, while the later volumes include original research by a broad range of prominent scholars.

Over the last year, the Center has worked in cooperation with the National Library of Israel and JSTOR to provide full-text, online access to all volumes of Michael. The series has recently been released as part of the Hebrew Journals Collection of the JSTOR website.

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