I am very pleased to announce the addition of a new database to Columbia's Jewish Studies collection, the Bibliography of the Hebrew Book. This exceptional resource is a detailed database of approximately 90% of the books printed in Hebrew letters between 1470 and 1960 (Ladino and Judeo-Arabic books are all included; Yiddish books are not […]
Category: Secondary Sources
JSTOR goes current for (some) Jewish Studies Journals!
Starting 1/1/2011, JSTOR will provide access to the complete runs of 174 journals as part of their new Current Scholarship program. In a first for JSTOR, these journals will not have a "moving wall," and JSTOR will provide access up to the current issue. Major presses taking part in this project include Indiana University Press, […]