Subscribe to the Jewish Quarterly

The Jewish Quarterly, home of hard thinking and fine writing since 1953.
We offer three kinds of subscription: mobile-tablet, print and institutional.

Mobile-Tablet Subscription

A mobile-tablet subscription brings the Jewish Quarterly to tablets and smartphones, including all issues from the latest back to Autumn 2007.

You’ll be able to search and swipe through each colourful issue, zoom in and out, jump to specific articles from the contents page and download each issue for offline rather than streamed reading.





Click this button if you have an Apple device, such as an iPad, iPhone or iPod Touch, to purchase your Jewish Quarterly subscription through the Newsstand app, available on the App Store.


Click this button if you have an Android device, to purchase your Jewish Quarterly subscription through the Exactly app, available on Google Play.


Mobile-tablet subscribers can also read the Jewish Quarterly online via the Exact Editions website, from any online device.

Three month mobile-tablet subscription One year mobile-tablet subscription
£4.99 £19.99

Mobile-tablet subscriptions are to be made through Exact Editions,
or within the Jewish Quarterly app (Apple) or Exactly app (Android).

Print Subscription

If you prefer to turn the pages of the Jewish Quarterly by hand and have them delivered to your door, this is the subscription for you.

Print subscribers can also access the Jewish Quarterly online through Taylor & Francis Online.

UK Europe Non-Europe
One year print subscription £26 €30 $43

Print subscriptions are made through Taylor & Francis Online
Various currencies accepted.

Institutional Subscription

The Jewish Quarterly is partnered with Routledge to provide institutional access to our journal through Taylor & Francis Online. This includes online access to the entire 60-year Jewish Quarterly archive.

Online only Print and online
£145.00 £169.00

Institutional subscriptions are made through Taylor & Francis Online.
Various currencies accepted.

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