Jewish Studies and Jewish Theology


Location
Departmental Library Neues Palais, Building 9

 

Recent Aquisitions
Your desired medium is not available in the catalogue or it is constantly checked out? Let us know and feel free to suggest a purchase.

 

Additional Libraries
Judaica-Portal with RAMBI bibliography

 

Suject-Specific Databases
Datenbank-Informationssystem (DBIS)

 

E-Journals
Elektronische Zeitschriftendatenbank (EZB)
JSTOR Complete Jewish Studies Collection
incl. Jewish Studies Archive Collection and Hebrew Journals Collection

 

E-Books
De Gruyter 2019 Jewish Studies e-book packages

 

Digital Collections
Digital Collections/Judaica of Frankfurt am Main University Library
Frankfurt am Main University Library provides several collections of freely accessible digitized books and journals. Both the Freimann Collection and Compact Memory (a digital journal archive) are highly recommended.

 

Special Collections (SSG) - until 2015
Since 2016 Frankfurt am Main University Library has been establishing its Subject Information Service (FID) Jewish Studies. It is to replace the Special Collections (SSG) on Judaism and Israel.

 

Subject Information Service (FID)
Subject Information Service (FID) Jewish Studies
The Subject Information Service (FID) Jewish Studies provides digitized media (normally subject to licence) for academic users free of charge. Personal registrationis required.

Otzar HaHochma
Otzar HaHochma (Version 8) is a collection of approx. 100.000 digitized books. A table of cotent can be viewed on the website of the provider.

 

Access to e-resources usually only within the campus network of the University of Potsdam via WLAN or outside via VPN. Please note our information on Access to Electronic Resources.