Jewish Studies - User's Guide
Interlibrary Lending, Document Delivery, Copy Ordering
You can, of course, order the lendable publications on Jewish Studies in your local library through interlibrary lending or a document delivery service like Subito.
If you wish to use the collections here in Frankfurt, please observe the following notes:
Since 1964, the Judaica Department has been housed at the "Bockenheimer Warte" on the third floor of the reading room area. It comprises a common reading room Special Collections and an open stack with extensive reference resources and journal collections.
- Directions for Finding Us
- Reading-Room Special Collections
- Floor Plan Open Stacks Africa, Frankfurt, Judaica
- Overview of the Classification System
A large part of the inventory is located in the closed stack and has to be ordered online at least one day in advance. Historic and valuable collections are non-circulating and available in the reading-room special collections on the 3. floor of the Central Library.
Therefore, non-local users should inquire in advance about the books and contact the department. firstname.lastname@example.org. For admission to the use of valuable works in the reading room special collections an identity card or passport may be required.
In addition, there is an extensive collection of reference books and journals in the open stack area Africa, Frankfurt, Judaica.
Please take also note of the general directions Alles über die Benutzung.
Further Services Offered by the Department:
- Special guided tours
- Conception and organisation of database training
- Information research
- Supply of materials for exhibitions
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