The Jerusalem Quarterly is the leading journal on the past, present, and future of Jerusalem. It documents the current status of the city and its predicament. It is also dedicated to new and rigorous lines of inquiry by emerging scholars on Palestinian society and culture.
The Jerusalem Quarterly is published since 1998 by the Institute for Palestine Studies through its affiliate, the Institute of Jerusalem Studies. It follows a double-blind peer review process for select contributions. Peer-reviewed articles are indicated as such in the table of contents.
The Jerusalem Quarterly adheres to the industry standards for publishing ethics set forth by the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE). More details can be viewed here.