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Hebrew Language & Literature and Jewish Studies

This guide provides resources to learn Hebrew and find scholarly information on Hebrew literature and Jewish Studies.

Encyclopedias, Dictionaries and Other Reference Sources

E-Books and Online Reference Books

Print Books (with call numbers)

  • Bibliography of Modern Hebrew Literature in Translation (Reference PJ 5059.B52)
  • Handbook of American-Jewish Literature (Reference PS 153.J4 H365 1988)
  • Klein, Ernest. A Comprehensive Dictionary of the Hebrew Language for Readers of English (Reference PJ 4833.K54 1987)
  • Oxford English-Hebrew, Hebrew-English Dictionary (Reference PJ 4833.O9 1995)
  • Zinberg, Israel. History of Jewish Literature (Reference PJ 5008.Z5313)
  • Veidlinger. Jewish Public Culture (DS 135.R9 V43 2009)
  • Longerich, Peter. Holocaust: The Nazi Persecution and Murder of the Jews (D 804.3 L64713 2010)
  • Wright, Robert. Evolution of God (BL 473.W75 2009)
  • Neusner, Jacob. Encyclopedia of Judaism (BM 50.E63 1999)​
  • Solomon, Norman. Historical Dictionary of Judaism (BM 50.S65 1998)
  • Jerusalem 1000-1400: Ever People Under Heaven (DS 109.15.J467 2016)
  • Kritzler, Edward. Jewish Pirates of the Caribbean (F 2191.J4 K75 2009)​
  • Neusner, Jacob, et al. Judaism and Islam in Practice (BP 173.J8 J83 2000)​
  • The New Diaspora (PS 153.J4 N49 2015)