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About the Journal

About the Journal

About the Journal

Dibur is a peer-reviewed academic journal dedicated to Hebrew, Jewish, and comparative literature.

The goal of the journal is to promote more global conversations around contemporary attitudes towards literature, ethnicity, nation, identity, language, and culture. Dibur in Hebrew means “speech,” “discussions,” and (colloquially)“understanding.” The journal is part of the Open Access Movement in scholarly publishing.

ISSN: 2228-3552; Open Access Registration: 5534557; Crossred Registration: 2010-3646

Our Team

Editors-in-Chief:
Vered Karti Shemtov
Stanford
Anat Weisman
Ben Gurion University of the Negev
 
Consulting Editors:
Amir Eshel
Stanford
Steve Zipperstein
Stanford
 
Editorial Board:
Russell Berman
Stanford 
 
Uri Cohen
Tel Aviv
Rachel S. Harris
Urbana-Champaign
Hannan Hever
Yale
Chana Kronfeld
Berkeley
Dan Miron
 Emeritus, Columbia
Gabriella Safran
Stanford
Yigal Schwartz
Ben Gurion University of the Negev
 
Executive Editor:
Giddon Ticotsky
Stanford
 
Arcade Team:
Alexandra Slessarev
Mary Kim
Jason Miranda

Contact Us

Email:

diburlitj@gmail.com

Supporters

Dibur is made possible by a grant from:

  • The Israel Institute
  • The Stanford Initiative for Religious and Ethnic Understanding and Coexistence, supported by the President's Fund, the Center for Comparative Studies in Race and Ethnicity, Religious Studies
  • The Taube Center for Jewish Studies
  • Jewish Community Federation's Newhouse Fund
  • The School of Humanities and Sciences, Stanford University
  • Stuart R. Epstein, California