The Jewish Quarterly Review, established in 1889 by Israel Abrahams and C.G. Montefiore, is the oldest English-language journal dedicated to Jewish studies. A peer-reviewed academic journal, this 13-volume collection of Jewish Quarterly Review represents the New Series, begun in 1910 under the auspices of the Dropsie College for Hebrew and Cognate Learning and edited by Cyrus Adler and S. Schechter. Each issue contains articles on several topics relating to Jewish history, literature, philology, and archaeology, as well as the history of Jews in England and America.
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Cyrus Adler (1863–1940) earned his PhD from Johns Hopkins University and was president of the Dropsie College for Hebrew and Cognate Learning from 1908 to 1940. He was a founder of the Jewish Welfare Board and was the author and editor of many scholarly writings.
S. Schechter or Solomon Schechter (1847–1915) was a Romanian rabbi, scholar and educator. He was a professor of Hebrew at University College London until he emigrated to the United States where he became president of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America and founder and president of the United Synagogue of America.