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Mendel Gottesman Library of Hebraica/Judaica
YU’s own, and one of the world’s great research collections in Jewish philosophy, Bible, Rabbinics, Jewish history, and the Hebrew language.
Dorot Jewish Division of the New York Public Library
Another world-class collection located here in New York.
Yale University Library: Judaica Collection
Research portal includes Internet resources, Judaica journals online, reference tools, and more.
RAMBI: Index of Articles on Jewish Studies
Updated daily, the index is based on the collections of the Jewish National and University Library, Jerusalem, and includes materials in Hebrew, Latin, and Cyrillic script.
Academic Jewish Studies Internet Directory
Gathers links to databases, library catalogues, research institutes, and more.
An overview by L.E. Goodman, from the Routledge Encyclopedia of Philosophy. Includes links to many thinkers, movements, and topics.
Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy
Links to Jewish topics from an online resource “maintained and kept up to date by an expert or group of experts in the field.” Entries typically include ample bibliographies.
Bernard Revel Graduate School of Jewish Studies
YU’s own, and one of the world’s best.
Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological Seminary
YU’s own, and the yeshiva from which our university grew.
Options for Jewish Studies Majors
Career paths for Jewish Studies majors, from Indiana University.
Jewish Studies Majors
Career opportunities, from Rutgers University.
Jewish Studies Careers (PDF)
From the University of Toronto Career Centre.
News and Organizations
Times Topics: Jews and Judaism
From the New York Times.
The American Philosophical Organization
The leading professional organization for philosophers in the United States.
Philosophy: Professional Associations
A guide from the Yale University Library.
The Van Leer Jerusalem Institute
Sponsors international conferences in contemporary Jewish philosophy and related topics.
Society for Textual Reasoning
Based at Boston University, this discussion network “represents the first stage of a BITNET journal of Postmodern Judaism… referring both to the plurality of contemporary Jewish religious expressions… and to the plurality of postmodern methods of Jewish philosophy and philosophical theology.”
Society for Continental Philosophy in a Jewish Context
Based at McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario.