Browse a list of the databases for Jewish Studies offered by the Bodleian Libraries. You will need your Single Sign On (SSO) to access some resources.
Use the Israel Union List to search all academic library catalogues in Israel.
Largest index of articles for all fields of Jewish studies, 1966 - present.
This resource seeks to collate bibliographic information for all Jewish books in all Jewish languages from the invention of print (ca. 1460) to 1960. As of late 2019, it contains 115,000 bibliographic records and more than 15,000 biographies.
This ‘union list of digitized Jewish historic newspapers, periodicals and e-journals' is an alphabetic list of all periodicals that are available in full-text. It combines all titles from Compact Memory, the Hathi Trust, JSTOR, JPress and many other providers, linked through to the individual periodical.
Explore around 250,000 articles and other pieces from Yiddish periodicals.
Annotated bibliographies and short introductory essays to many Jewish Studies subject areas and to important individuals.
Finding that only a shocking 3% of words in the EJ were devoted to women, Moshe Shalvi compiled this encyclopaedia of Jewish women as a corrective. It is now online for free.
The complete text of the 2008 print edition is now online for free on this visually appealing website. A wide ranging exploration of Jewish life in Eastern Europe, written by leading scholars.
Compiled by Yossi Galron-Goldschläger, this lexicon contains more than 3,400 entries for Hebrew language authors. For each author you will find a short biography, a bibliography of their works, translations of their works and works written about them.
There are in excess of 30 million records in this free database. Unique resources include (partly) translated Yizkor books and a huge community to share findings and enquiries with.
Largest catalogue of freely available digitized manuscripts with links to full texts, maintained by the National Library of Israel. As of 2019 there are more than 4000 linked records.
Search Hebrew and Judaica manuscripts held by the Bodleian Libraries.
More than 11,000 complete Yiddish books are now available to view and download for free. This wonderful resource is a child of the Yiddish Book Center. Also worth checking out are there audio book collection and their oral histories.
This page contains the digitised holdings of the most valuable Yiddish prints held by the Frankfurt on the Main library, which was once the most important Judaica library in Europe. Worth exploring!
This beautifully designed website contains five very important scrolls held by the Israel Museum.
Another great resource, containing more than 5,000 scrolls fragments.