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Contact Information
  
  • Librarian: Celestina Savonius-Wroth
  • Location: Herman B Wells Library E560
  • Phone: (812) 855-1336
Additional Contacts
  
    • Librarian: Wookjin Cheun
    • Location: Herman B Wells Library E560
    • Phone: (812) 855-9413
    • Librarian: Catherine Minter
    • Location: Herman B Wells Library E960
    • Phone: (812) 855-1702
Libraries & Subjects
  
last updated: 3/17/2010

American Jewry

  • Google Scholar articles for American Jewry academic sources
    Results from Google Scholar using the key terms: american+jewry+academic+sources.
  • American Jewry link's site
    List of links gathered by Yiddish News.
  • JSTOR- America Jewry
    Essays in American Jewish history.
  • American Jewish Historical Society
    Founded in 1892, the mission of the American Jewish Historical Society is to foster awareness and appreciation of the American Jewish heritage and to serve as a national scholarly resource for research through the collection, preservation and dissemination of materials relating to American Jewish history.
    The American Jewish Historical Society is the oldest national ethnic historical organization in the United States. The Society’s library, archives, photograph, and art and artifacts collections document the American Jewish experience.
  • American Sephardi Federation
    The American Sephardi Federation was officially organized in 1973. The founders envisioned an organization that would strengthen and organize the religious and cultural activities of Sephardic Jews, and preserve the Sephardic heritage, tradition and culture in the United States and throughout the world. These founders were also determined to assist Sephardic charitable, cultural, religious and educational institutions; assist in the publication of books and literature dealing with the Sephardic culture and tradition; disseminate information and strengthen the ties with the State of Israel.
  • Yeshiva University Museum
    Since its founding in 1973, Yeshiva University Museum’s changing exhibits have celebrated the culturally diverse intellectual and artistic achievements of 3,000 years of Jewish experience. The Museum provides a window into Jewish culture around the world and throughout history through its acclaimed multi-disciplinary exhibitions and award-winning publications. By educating audiences of all ages with dynamic interpretations of Jewish life, past and present, along with wide-ranging cultural offerings and programs, the Museum attracts young and old, Jewish and non-Jewish audiences.
  • last updated: 3/17/2010