The original version of the journal is the electronic edition.
The periodical was established in 1997 by the Polish Association for Jewish Studies as Studia Judaica: Bulletin of the Polish Association for Jewish Studies. Its first editor-in-chief was Józef A. Gierowski. In 2001 the name of the journal was changed to Studia Judaica. From 2000 to 2011 its editor-in-chief was Krzysztof Pilarczyk. Since 2012 Marcin Wodziński has been the editor-in-chief.
Studia Judaica, as an organ of the Polish Association for Jewish Studies, is open to its members and all other scholars interested in a wide area of Jewish studies, such as Jewish history, literature, linguistics, archeology, culture, religion, and more. We aim to publish articles and reviews illustrating current development in a wide area of Jewish studies as conducted by the members of the Association. Our periodical is open also to non-members on assumption the article deals with an aspect of Polish-Jewish studies. By this we hope to create a representative platform of Jewish studies in and on Poland.