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Jewish Studies in the Cornell University Library: Internet Resources

Information for the Cornell community on Jewish Studies resources in the library

Internet Resources

Encyclopedias and Dictionaries


Encyclopaedia Judaica

The Jewish Encyclopedia

Encyclopedia of Jews in the Islamic World


Journal Indices


RAMBI--Index of Articles on Jewish Studies

Index to Hebrew Periodicals (IHP)

Union List of [Hebrew and Jewish] Serials (ULS)

Index to Yiddish Periodicals (Hebrew University Jerusalem (Israel))

Index to Yiddish Periodicals (New York Public Library)


(Virtual) Libraries


Jewish Virtual Library
Habad (Chabad) Library
Jewish Libraries and Archives on the Web


Jewish Languages (chiefly drawn from the Jewish Language Research Website)



(Jewish) Aramaic


Judeo-Spanish (Ladino) (also Spanyolit and North African Hakitia)




View of the Old City of Jerusalem (Israel) from the Mount of Olives.

Creator of photograph not identified in information available; image found on Wikimedia Commons and available under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported license.

Jerusalem is the unified capital of the State of Israel מדינת ישראל. The city, multiethnic and religiously diverse with, inter alia, large populations of religious Jews and Muslim and Christian Palestinian Arabs, is of critical significance to Judaism, Christianity and Islam.






Go Daven! The Worldwide Orthodox Minyan Database
Jewish Orthodox Feminist Alliance (JOFA)
Jewish Women's Archive


State of Israel


Israeli Government Portal

Central Bureau of Statistics (Israel)


Diplomatic contacts

Embassy of Israel in Washington, DC
United States Embassy, Israel




Yad va-Shem

United States Holocaust Memorial Museum

162 Educational Sites about the Holocaust


Textual and Image Resources


Babylonian Talmud (single remaining complete manuscript copy, Bavarian State Library Hebrew ms. 95)

Online Treasury of Talmudic Manuscripts


On-Line Publications



Mosaic Magazine


Karaite manuscript, ca. 1800

Incipit page of Sefer rakh ve-tov,

a Karaite Hebrew grammatical study by

Shelomoh ben Yedidyah Aharon, ha-Troki, ca. 1670-1745.

Copyist: Shelomoh ben Yitshak Yefet, 18th/19th cent.

 4600 Bd Ms 655 (Rare and Manuscript Collections)

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