What does learning look like in Jewish education? This fall, the Portraits of Jewish Learning project (PJL) will commission 6-8 papers from educators in various settings that (1) describe how learning occurs in Jewish education and (2) help to deepen the discussion of what we mean by Jewish learning. An honorarium will be awarded to authors of commissioned papers. We invite researchers, and practitioners interested in research, who want to develop a narrative about Jewish learning. Applicants should plan to be (or recently have been) systematically documenting the experience of learners (of any background, from preschoolers to adults) in any Jewish educational context (e.g., school, afterschool, camp, retreat, family education, adult learning, online, etc.).