American Jewish History
Published as part of the celebration of 350 years of Jewish History.
AJL Bibliography Bank
AJL members are eligible to three free bibliographies per year.
BEGINNER'S GUIDE TO SCROLLS - The Orion Center for the Study of the Dead Sea Scrolls publishes a short bibliography of books on the Dead Sea Scrolls written for the general reader. Also online is the Complete DSS On-Line Bibliography Project which posts books, articles and reviews related to the Dead Sea Scrolls from 1995 to the present.
Bibliography of 20th Century Khazar Studies (1901-2000)
Compiled by Kevin Alan Brook. A Comprehensive Bibliography of Works about the Khazars 1901-2000.
The Coalition on the Environment and Jewish Life publishes a Bibliography of Articles, Books, Program Resources, and Videos on Judaism and the Environment.
The Daniel Elazar Online Library, part of the Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs website, offers full-text versions of many of his writings, as a lasting memorial to the ideas he pioneered. Includes a complete bibliography of Elazar's writings.
Hasidic Stories: A Bibliography
From the site "Hasidic Stories" by storyteller Doug Lipman, this is a partial list of the titles available in English. In time, the list will be expanded and further annotated.
Prepared by Ned Shulman of the Allentown Holocaust Resource Center. The bibliography which is part of the Cybrary of the Holocaust, is divided by subjects, and includes audio visual listings.
The I*EARN Holocaust/Genocide Project has an evolving bibliography. Participating teachers find books and other materials and contribute them to the list.
Bibliographies from the Dinur Center for Research in Jewish History at The Hebrew University Jerusalem include extensive bibliographies from a variety of subjects including: Biblical and First Temple Period; Classical and Second Temple Period; Medieval; Modern; Holocaust; and General.
The Jewish Music Web Center provides online bibliographies, links to web resources and information on up-coming Jewish musical events and festivals.
Jewish Women in America
An annotated bibliography and guide to archival resources on the history of Jewish women in America by Phyllis Holman Weisbard, 1997. A slightly modified version of this bibliography is also found on pages 1553-1586 (v. 2) of Jewish Women in America: An Historical Encyclopedia, edited by Paula E. Hyman and Deborah Dash Moore, and sponsored by the American Jewish Historical Society. 2 v. New York, Routledge, 1997.
Women and the Holocaust - A Cyberspace of Their Own by Judy Cohen. This online site devoted to the experience of women in the Holocaust includes a selected bibliography of Holocaust Memoirs, Testimonies, Histories and a selected bibliography of LITERARY RESPONSES TO THE HOLOCAUST Novels, Stories, Plays, and Poems by Dr. Karin Doerr, Concordia University. The site also has an Annotated Filmography of Canadian Produced Films & Videos on the Holocaust compiled by Gary Evans, Dept of Communication, University of Ottawa.
The Jewish Student Online Resource Center has an online bibliography file divided by subjects: Autobiography; Biography; The Holocaust, Nazi Germany and World War II; Israel; Judaism; Terrorism; U.S.-Israel Relations.
LATIN AMERICAN JEWISH STUDIES 1991-96
Bibliography of books and articles compiled by Judith Laikin Elkin Research Associate, Frankel Center for Judaic Studies, University of Michigan Editor, Latin American Jewish Studies.
MIDDLE EAST BIBLIOGRAPHIES
This is an extensive list of "Bibliographies on the Middle East" from Columbia University's "Area Studies: MIDDLE EAST STUDIES."
This database is listed by subject category but is also searchable by keyword. This user-friendly bibliography was created by the HEBREW UNION COLLEGE - JEWISH INSTITUTE OF RELIGION Cincinnati-Jerusalem-Los Angeles-New York.
RAMBI is an index of articles on Jewish studies. This site is a selective bibliography of articles in the various fields of Jewish studies and in the study of Eretz Israel.
The Shtetl is a virtual shtetl cyberspace where visitors can explore Yiddish culture and language online. Visit their school and library for links to other Yiddish resources. They also publish a bibliography of Yiddish and Hebrew Dictionaries.
Soc.Culture.Jewish Reading List
This indexed database provides readers of the soc.culture.jewish online discussion group with suggestions for books discussing various Jewish topics, especially the subject of Jewish law and practice. These books are useful as reference material for the knowledgeable, and as an introduction for the not-yet-knowledgeable about Judaism.
Talmud Bibliography written by Rabbi Judy Abrams of the Macom online Talmud study site.
World of Hebrew and Jewish Languages includes several basic bibliographies compiled by Tsuguya Sasaki. This brief list includes textbooks, published bibliographies, and current periodicals with subscription information. Bibliographies include Biblical Hebrew and Aramaic, Modern Hebrew, and Yiddish.
WINDOWS ON ANOTHER WORLD: Contemporary Orthodox Jewish Fiction and Narrative compiled by Professor Malka Schaps at Bar-Ilan University in Israel.
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