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Judaic Studies

Provides recommended resources for Judaic Studies and highlights Judaica reference and special materials at U-M Library and beyond.


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Gabriel Mordoch
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Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1190
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The Judaic studies collection at the U-M Hatcher Graduate Library contains materials in humanities and social sciences in a variety of formats: printed and electronic books and journals, pamphlets, digital databases, microforms, videos, audio recordings, graphic novels, objects, artworks, photos, postcards, ephemera, etc. in Hebrew, Yiddish, Ladino, Aramaic, and other Jewish languages, as well as Western languages. Currently, there are approximately 110,000 books and serial publications in Judaic studies topics, 3,500 items in the Jewish Heritage Collection (JHC), and 1,600 items in the rare section of the Special Collections Research Center (updated in August 2019).

Recommended encyclopedias and other reference works

Suggested journals

Useful databases and digital collections