Each fellowship year results in a volume edited by one or more fellows, and these volumes become state of the question resources, presenting important research and framing the field’s most pressing questions. Since 2003 these volumes have been published as part of a series that we publish with the Penn Press, called . The first three volumes in the fellowship series were published by Yale University Press.
2013–14: Early Modernity
Francesca Bregoli and David B. Ruderman, eds.
2012–13: 13th Century
Elisheva Baumgarten, Ruth Mazo Karras, and Katelyn Mesler, eds.
Ari Joskowicz and Ethan B. Katz, eds.
2008–09: Commerce & Culture
Rebecca Kobrin and Adam Teller, eds.
2007–08: Late Antiquity
Natalie B. Dohrmann and Annette Yoshiko Reed, eds.
2006–07: Premodern Islam
David M. Freidenreich and Miriam Goldstein, eds.
2005–06: The Book
Joseph R. Hacker and Adam Shear, eds.
2004–05: Modern Literature
Sheila E. Jelen, Michael P. Kramer, and L. Scott Lerner, eds.
2003–04: Anthropology & History
Ra‘anan S. Boustan, Oren Kosansky, and Marina Rustow, eds.
2002–03: Eastern Europe
Benjamin Nathans and Gabriella Safran, eds.
2001–02: Biblical Exegesis
Natalie B. Dohrmann and David Stern, eds.
2000–01: The Arts
Barbara Kirshenblatt-Gimblett and Jonathan Karp, eds.
1999–2000: Christian Hebraism
Allison P. Coudert and Jeffrey S. Shoulson, eds.
Ross Brann and Adam Sutcliffe, eds.
Deborah Dash Moore and S. Ilan Troen, eds.
Divergent Jewish Cultures: Israel and America (Yale 2001)
Yaakov Elman and Israel Gershoni, eds.
David N. Myers and David B. Ruderman, eds.