Yad Vashem Studies is a peer-reviewed semi-annual scholarly journal on the Shoah.
Since its inception in 1957, Yad Vashem Studies has featured path-breaking and thought-provoking articles about the Shoah by the leading researchers and thinkers on the subject in the world.
Yad Vashem Studies aims to engage in a comprehensive examination of the Shoah and is a forum for multi-disciplinary scholarly discussion.
We invite scholars from all disciplines to submit original research articles and annotated documentation on all aspects of the Shoah, its antecedents, and related postwar issues, as well as review articles on important research works, documentary compendia, new encyclopedias, and the like.
Yad Vashem Studies appears in both English and Hebrew editions. Articles may be submitted in either of these languages, or in nearly any European language. In order to be accepted for publication, an article must pass a peer review process that includes both members of the Editorial Board and independent anonymous reviewers. Articles should be submitted in duplicate or by email and should follow Yad Vashem’s house style.
Submissions should be addressed to:
Yad Vashem Studies
Post Office Box 3477