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Jewish Studies

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

World News

Ethnic and World News

Access World News (1977+): Hundreds of U.S. and international sources.

Alt-PressWatch (1970+): Independent newspapers, magazines, and journals - alternative press.

Ethnic NewsWatch: Ethnic, minority, and native press newspapers, magazines and journals. Search by Ethnic Group.

Nexis Uni (2002+): Newspapers, trade publications, legal periodicals, and legal scholarly journals.

Readers' Guide Retrospective (1890–1982): Articles from popular general-interest magazines published in the U.S. & Canada.


Opinions

Opposing Viewpoints Resource Center: Provides differing points of view from articles on current social issues.

ProCon - Pros and Cons of Controversial Issues: Offered by a 501(c)(3) nonprofit public charity; includes linked media excerpts.

Historical Jewish Newspapers

Union List of Digitized Jewish Historic Newspapers and Periodicals: Curated by Joseph Galron-Goldschläger of the Ohio State University Libraries.

Historical Jewish Press: Newspapers from various countries, languages, and time periods. Tel Aviv University and the National Library of Israel. 

Jewish Newspapers at the Center for Research Libraries: Microfilmed newspaper sets are available for check out to ASU affiliates.

Historical German periodicals from Central and Eastern Europe: The Institute for East and Southeast European Studies (Regensburg/Germany).

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