Haaretz’s Poem of the Week from “In the Illuminated Dark”

This poem does not refer to any specific time or place but rather captures a sense of political malaise and horror, equally applicable to...

Coming Soon: Hebrew Union College Annual 86 (2015)

We are delighted to announce that Volume 86 (2015) of the Hebrew Union College Annual will ship in Spring 2016. HUCA is the flagship...

Coming Soon: Indebted: Capitalism and Religion in the Writings of S. Y. Agnon

Indebted is the first book to examine the oeuvre of Shmuel Yosef Agnon through a reading that combines perspectives from economic theory, semiotics, psychoanalysis,...

Coming Soon: Drawing the Holocaust: A Teenager’s Memory of Terezín, Birkenau, and Mauthausen

Twelve-year-old Michael Kraus began keeping a diary while he was still living at home in the Czech city of Nachód but continued writing while...

More New HUCP Backlist Titles in JSTOR

JSTOR is a digital library of more than 2,000 academic journals, 20,000 books, and two million primary sources. It helps people discover, use, and...

Now Available: Hebrew Union College Annual 84-85 (2013-2014)

The newest volume of the Hebrew Union College Annual is now available, with articles by Regev, Goldsmith, Harran, Shmidman, Lockshin, Yisraeli, Gaimani, and Mashiach.

Now Available: The Jews in Christian Europe

In The Jews in Christian Europe, Marc Saperstein reorganizes Jacob Rader Marcus's classic reader in medieval Judaism with a new focus on Christian Europe,...


Arthur Green's classic work on Hasidic Judaism newly available in paperback.

On the Advantages of a Print and Digital Publishing Strategy

David H. Aaron on the advantages of a print AND digital strategy to maximize access while keeping the book central in Jewish culture.

HUCA Announces New Translation Program

Hebrew Union College Annual is now accepting Hebrew submissions for a competitive new English translation program.

“A Chosen Calling” Now Available with 30% Discount

"A Chosen Calling: Jews in Science in the Twentieth Century" is newly available from The Johns Hopkins University Press and Hebrew Union College Press.