FID licences: Products

Index to Hebrew Periodicals (IHP)

The Index to Hebrew Periodicals (IHP) of Haifa University is a multi-disciplinary bibliographic indexing project established in 1977 covering articles from Hebrew periodicals, collections, monographs and selected Israeli newspapers. With an interface in Hebrew and English, IHP offers content in Hebrew, English, and other languages. The database currently contains over one Million journal and book entries and articles, and provides access to four distinct indices: the Eretz Israel Database (EID), the Tel-Hai Index to Hebrew Newspapers (THIHN), the Bar-Ilan Indexing Project (BIIP) and the IHP thesaurus.
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JSTOR Complete Jewish Studies Collection

JSTOR's Complete Jewish Studies Collection, specially compiled for the FID Jewish Studies combines JSTORs Jewish Studies Archive Collection and its Hebrew Journals Collection. Both collections include more than 100 periodicals in various languages such as English, German, French, Dutch, Italian and, of course Hebrew (with moving wall). Among the journals available are:
Jewish Quarterly Review • Jewish Studies Quarterly • Nashim: A Journal of Jewish Women's Studies & Gender Issues • Studia Rosenthaliana • Pe'amim: Studies in Oriental Jewry • Tarbiz: Jewish Studies • Zmanim: A Historical Quarterly • Zion
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Magnes E-Book Collection

The Hebrew University Magnes Press is the oldest and most prominent university press in Israel, covering all areas of the sciences and humanities. The FID Jewish studies provides researchers in Germany with access to more than 800 e-books published or distributed by Magnes Press, mostly in Hebrew from History, Linguistics, Cultural Studies and the Social Science, including key areas of Israeli and Jewish Studies, Holocaust Studies, and antisemitism research.
Available titles are as well listed in the » FID's catalogue.
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Otzar haHochma

Otzar HaHochma is the largest digital library of Hebrew books with more than 100,000 titles reflecting on all aspects of Judaism from ancient times to the present. This is includes biblical and rabbinical literature as well as texts on Jewish Philosophy and thought, Kabbala, Jewish History, Linguistics and Jewish psychology. The database allows a full-text search and provides a wide range of search options.
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Rav Milim Dictionary Online

Rav-Milim is the most comprehensive online Hebrew dictionary, offering a complete morphological analysis of every Hebrew word, providing conjugations and every form of spelling. The dictionary's ca. 70,000 main entries encompass the entire modern Hebrew vocabulary in all its layers and dimensions (colloquial, formal, technical). The dictionary contains a full thesaurus and includes idioms and phrases. Rav Milim is updated on a regular basis. New words are added following the Academy of the Hebrew Language, including foreign and colloquial terms.
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Visual History Archive (VHA)

The USC Shoah Foundation's Visual History Archive (VHA) allows users to search through and view more than 55,000 video testimonies of Holocaust survivors. Alongside Holocaust testimonies, the Visual History Archive includes testimonies from the Armenian Genocide (1915-23), the Nanjing Massacre in China (1937), the Cambodian Genocide (1975-1979), the Guatemalan Genocide (1978-1983) and the Tutsi Genocide in Rwanda (1994).
To use all features of the data base please register for a personal account at the VHA platform.
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