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   Cairo Genizah Collection of the Bodleian Libraries- A collection of Cairo Genizah fragments held at the Bodleian Libraries, consisting of about 4000 fragments.

   Friedberg Genizah Project -Online compendium of Genizah fragments from collections all over the world. For full access to the contents of this database click on REGISTER to register for a personal username and password. Full access without registering is also available via designated PCs in the Mendel Gottesman and Hedi Steinberg Libraries. Inquire at the library desks.

   Penn/Cambridge Genizah Fragment Project -A collaborative effort between the Penn Libraries and the Taylor-Schechter Genizah Research Unit of the Cambridge University Library to display selected fragments from their Cairo Genizah holdings. 

Cambridge Journals Online

CAMIO - Catalog of Art Museum Images Online showcases a wide range of fine and decorative art from prominent museums around the world.

Careers in Psychology - This comprehensive guide to careers in Psychology describes the entire spectrum of jobs in the field, contains interviews with practicing psychologists, gives tips on choosing a school, informs about internship opportunities, describes licensure requirements, and lists current job openings.

Catalogue of the French Biblical and Archaeological School of Jerusalem (Request CD at Desk)

CCH (IntelliConnect)

Checklist of Official Publications of the State of New York

Chronicling America: American Historical Newspapers - A Library of Congress project that upon completion will provide full text access to American newspapers from 1836 through 1922.

Compact Memory - A collection of more than 100 German Jewish journals, most in searchable full text, published between 1806 and 1938.

Complete World Development Report Online

Comprehensive Aramaic Lexicon

Comprehensive Yiddish-English Dictionary - Online dictionary of Yiddish-English and English-Yiddish (single words only)
Note: To translate from English to Yiddish, select the “TO” button under the search field.

* Compustat - Access through WRDS. See below.

COTAR - A repository of articles from Torah periodicals dealing with matters of Jewish law. Searches should be entered in Hebrew characters.

CQ Press Library  - Comprehensive reporting and analysis on social and political issues in the news and on congressional activity. Includes CQ Researcher, and Political Handbook of the World. Searching Tips

* CRSP - Access through WRDS. See below. The Center for Research in Security Prices maintains a comprehensive collection of security price, return, and volume data for the NYSE, AMEX and NASDAQ stock markets.

Crystallography Journals Online

Current Biography Illustrated (together with Biography Index Retrospective)- Provides biographical information drawn from newspaper and magazine articles and books from 1940 to the present. Your search will also retrieve brief biographical data from Biography Index Retrospective which covers sources published between 1946 and 1983 and includes information about notable individuals from antiquity through 1983. 

Current Contents Connect - a multidisciplinary current awareness Web resource, providing access to complete bibliographic information of over 8,000 of the world's leading scholarly journals and more than 2,000 books

Current Index to Statistics

CyberCemetery - Web sites and publications of defunct U.S. government agencies

* Access through WRDS Wharton Research Data Services (sign in)
A comprehensive web-based data management system, designated for education and research, to retrieve information from financial, economic, and marketing data sources. Sources that may be accessed through WRDS include: Compustat, CRSP, Mergent FISD, and NYSE TAQ. Current faculty, staff, research assistants, and graduate students at Yeshiva University may register for a WRDS account. Faculty may also request class accounts. You can register or see Getting Started with WRDS.

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