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Jewish Studies

A Subject Guide to research in all fields related to Jewish Studies, on campus and beyond

ASU Catalog and beyond

Use the ASU Library Advanced Search for better results! For a broader search beyond ASU, use WorldCat, a union catalog that brings together thousands of library catalogs. You can request books from WorldCat by clicking through the Get-It-at-ASU sign.

Jewish catalogs: Rachel (French Jewish libraries); National Library of Israel. Additional catalogs here.

eBook Collections

E-Book Collections with Jewish content

Ebook Central (ProQuest)

eBook Collection (EBSCOhost)

ACLS Humanities Ebook Project

Cambridge Histories Online

SpringerLink

 

Open Access Collections

Brandeis University Press Repository

Directory of Open Access Books (DOAB)

Internet Archive

Project Gutenberg

World Digital Library

 

Digitized Book Collections

Digital Yiddish Library at the Yiddish Book Center

Hebrew Books: American religious books (seforim)

Hebrew Manuscripts: An aggregated, international collection curated by the National Library of Israel

 

Dissertations and Theses

Proquest Dissertations and Theses Full Text (1861+): Indexes dissertations from North American educational institutions and over 200 other institutions; includes citations and abstracts to masters' theses.

Dissertations & Theses @ Arizona State University: Full text (1979+), citations and abstracts (1954-1979).


Center for Research Libraries Dissertations: ASU Library has a landing agreement with CRL; request via ILL.

DART Europe E-theses Portal

Electronic Theses Online Service

Jewish Theological Seminary Theses

Latin American Jewish Studies Dissertations & Theses

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