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1. The encyclopedia of Judaism [2000 - 2004]

Database topics
Jewish Studies; Religious Studies
Book
3 v. (xxxvi, 1592 p., [180] p. of plates) : ill., plans, maps ; 26 cm.
  • v. 1. A-I
  • v. 2. J-O
  • v. 3. P-Z
  • v. 4. Supplement 1
  • v. 5. Supplement 2.
Green Library
Database topics
Jewish Studies
Physical extent
1 online resource.
The Index encompasses the Mishna, Tosefta, Talmud Bavli & Yerushalmi, and refers to more than 1000 books, from the Geonic to the modern period, citing specific pages or notes in which the given Talmudic text is discussed.
Database topics
Jewish Studies
Journal/Periodical
1 online resource.
  • Congregation Beth Israel of Washington Heights: September 1950-April 1980 (with gaps)
  • Congregation Beth Hillel of Washington Heights: November 1974-March 1980 (with gaps)
  • Congregation Beth Hillel & Beth Israel: May 1980-October 1992 (merger of the above two synagogues)
  • Congregation Kehilath Jeshurun: January 1925-July 1994
  • Institutional Synagogue: November 1937-June 1940 - Lincoln Square Synagogue: November 1964-July 1994 (with gaps)
  • Young Israel of Parkchester: January 1943-September 1984 (with gaps).
"Synagogue bulletins provide a valuable window into the mission, philosophy and activities of their parent organizations, as well as into the local community in which the synagogues function. They feature minutes of synagogue meetings, summaries of club and committee activities, news and opinion pieces on Jewish and community issues, and sermon excerpts and seasonal and holiday essays from clergy. They also contain brief public service announcements, event notices and local advertisements. This collection of fully-searchable bulletins published by Modern Orthodox synagogues in New York City has been assembled from records held by Yeshiva University Archives."--Home page.
Database topics
Jewish Studies
A collection of Jewish texts in Hebrew, which embody thousands of years of Jewish learning. Covers Responsa Literature - rabbinic case-law rulings which represent the historical-sociological milieu of real-life situations; the Bible, the Talmud and their principal commentaries; works about Jewish law and customs; codes of Jewish law, such as Maimonides' Mishneh Torah and the Shulchan Aruch with its principal commentaries; midrashim, Zohar, etc. Also includes the Entsiḳlopedyah Talmudit.