Kedma: Penn's undergraduate journal on Jewish thought, Jewish culture, and Israel

Kedma is Penn's undergraduate journal on Jewish thought, Jewish culture, and Israel. Kedma provides a forum for Penn students to discuss, debate, and challenge ideas of intellectual and social significance.  “Kedma” comes from the Hebrew root kedem which means both “east” and “forward” – and indeed, the journal aims to embody this progressive and creative thinking.

KEDMA JOURNAL INVITATION TO SUBMIT STUDENT WORK: The Kedma Journal wants your submission! Email KedmaJournal@gmail.com with your name and your piece (again--relating to Judaism and the Middle East, or a creative piece in which we might be interested).  

SUBMISSIONS DEADLINE: December 31, 2021

You don't want to miss the publication opportunity with Kedma, Penn's Journal on Israel, Jewish Thought, and Culture. We publish all sorts of interesting work twice a year, including academic work (a paper you were really proud of that you wrote for your Jewish Studies, NELC, or Modern Middle East classes), creative pieces (poems, art, photos), reviews, and interviews. This email is a call for submissions - as in, we want your work.   Again, email us at KedmaJournal@gmail.com with your name and your piece (again--relating to Judaism and the Middle East, or a creative piece in which we might be interested).  

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