Online Resources Jewish Studies „Corona Service“

Due to the COVID-19 epidemic, research institutions, archives and libraries were closed and many still only a limited service. In March and April, the Specialized Information Service (SIS) Jewish Studies initially collected information on digital resources through its Twitter account and is presented here in a structured manner.

This list does not claim to be complete, we are happy to receive references to further resources at
info@jewishstudies.de.

Status: July 23, 2020

Contents

  1. General information
  2. Journals – freely accessible or via the SIS
  3. Digital collections
  4. Digital editions
  5. Blogs
  6. Podcasts
  7. Museums and Memorials online
  8. Online courses and videos

» Online Resources Jewish Studies „Corona Service“

1. General information

2. Journals – freely accessible or via the SIS

Open Access

Licenses by the SIS Jewish Studies

After free registration for researchers based in Germany engaged in research in Jewish Studies & Israel Studies

3. Digital collections

4. Digital editions

  • Sefaria - Online edition of Tanach, Talmud and Jewish commentary literature
    www.sefaria.org
  • Key documents on German-Jewish history including online exhibitions (Sources in German, Descriptions in German & English)
    https://juedische-geschichte-online.net
  • Yahad.net – A Jewish Heritage Network Project – Platform for Pesach with collection of digitally available Haggadot
    https://yahad.net/
  • - new - Mapping modern Jewish cultures by Shachar Pinsker – online project about the development of Modern Jewish Cultures in the urban environment
    https://richbrew.org/

5. Blogs

for blogs run by museums see 7

6. Podcasts

General introductory podcasts of public service broadcasters

Podcasts from the Jewish Studies

Podcasts from the Israel Studies

7. Museums and Memorials online

Do-it-yourself ideas not only for children

Online resources of memorial sites on the occasion of 75 years end of war and liberation

8. Online courses and videos

Contact

Fachinformationsdienst Jüdische Studien
Universitätsbibliothek
Bockenheimer Landstraße 134–138
60325 Frankfurt am Main