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Jewish Studies: Find Articles

Guide to Library research and resources in Jewish Studies

Treasures of the Isser and Rae Price Library of Judaica

Teater Velt, Warsaw, Vols 1-2 (1908-9). This journal is available for consultation in the Judaica Library Office.


This tool enables you to find a journal title by searching with an abbreviated title. For example, if a Jewish Studies article cites the journal JMJS but you don't know what that is, type JMJS into JAbbr and it will bring up four possible titles from the Smathers Libraries' Catalog. You will quickly see that JMJS is the abbreviated form of Journal of Modern Jewish Studies.



Open Access (OA) is free, permanent, web-based access to scholarly publications. OA is the principle that research should be readily available immediately after publication and to anyone with an Internet connection. It is improving the way scholarly information is shared. For further information, see Open Access on the George A. Smathers Libraries Website. 


See also the links below for Open Access Jewish Studies Journals:

Find Jewish Studies articles

  • Index to Hebrew Periodicals (IHP) -a database with over 715,000 items, including The Index to Hebrew Periodicals, 1977 to date; Eretz Israel Data Base (Earlier and non-Hebrew materials);Tel-Hai Index to Israeli Newspapers, 1985-1992, 1994-1997 (selective); Bar-Ilan University Index to Newspaper Literary Supplements, 1985-2005 (selective)
  • Index to Jewish Periodicals (via EBSCOHost) - a comprehensive guide to English-language articles, book reviews, and feature stories in more than 220 journals devoted to Jewish affairs.
  • RAMBI  a selective bibliography of articles in Jewish studies and in the study of Eretz Israel. Comprises thousands of periodicals and collections of articles - in Hebrew, Yiddish, and European languages 
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