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7.6: Links and Attributions

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    Related Sites of Interest:
    All sites have been renamed to be self-explanatory. Some of these links also have links to explore..
    A major search engine: Judaism and Jewish Resources – Andrew Tannenbaum
    UCal @Davis INTRO TO JUDAISM HOMEPAGEEverything about Judiaism

    Jewish National and University Library, Hebrew University

    The Library Catalogue

    Jewish Ozzies’ Inter.Net (J.O.I.N.)
    “…the non-profit association which helps organisations and individuals to participate in the Jewish internet and learn about matters of importance and interest to the Australian Jewish community.”

    Jewish Student Online Research Center (JSOURCE)
    “JSOURCE is not an index or search engine for surfing the web. We purposely avoided links with other sites to make this a one-stop shop for information. Our goal is to provide the basic information you need to be informed, whether it is to satisfy your own interest or to prepare for a research paper, speech, article or debate.”

    Jewish Studies Resources
    “The page links to academic resources in field of Jewish studies and is partially annotated. There are links to important online databases in Jewish studies, major libraries and archives, and other subjects such as history, the Holocaust, Israel, Bible, and full-text resources. The page is updated on a regular basis.”
    Nancy Pressman Levy, Hebrew and African Studies Selector, Princeton University Library

    Jewish Women’s Archive
    “The mission of the Jewish Women’s Archive is to uncover, chronicle, and transmit the rich legacy of Jewish women and their contributions to our families and communities, to our people and our world.”
    Sections include: Exhibits ; Virtual Archive ; Resources.

    Jewish/Israel History
    Sections on genealogy, ancient Israel, diaspora history and Israel

    Judaism and Jewish Resources
    Mix of both practice and academic sites.
    Maintained by Andrew Tannenbaum

    Judaica Collection
    Both religious and political links

    A meta-directory of thousands of links

    “Links for students and scholars of Early Judaism and Christianity, offering a selective, annotated guide to various web sites.”
    Sections include: Early Judaism & Christianity ; General Christian Links ; General Jewish Links ; Religious Studies ; Classical Studies ; Library Resources ; Publishers & Booksellers ; Software for Theology ; Greek & Hebrew Fonts ; Desk References ; Search Engines ; Directories ; World News ; Web-Servant.
    By Loren T. Stuckenbruck and Jerry D. Truex

    Yad Vashem on the Internet
    “Yad Vashem, the Holocaust Martyrs’ and Heroes’ Remembrance Authority, was established in 1953 by an act of the Israeli Knesset…Yad Vashem’s task is to perpetuate the legacy of the Holocaust to future generations so that the world never forgets the horrors and cruelty of the Holocaust. Its principal missions are commemoration and documentation of the events of the Holocaust, collection, examination and publication of testimonies to the Holocaust, the collection and memorialization of the names of Holocaust victims, research and education.”

    Yad Vashem Magazine (Internet Edition)

    Additional Sites of Interest

    Adam and Eve Archive
    The biblical story in Judaism and Christianity
    Gary A. Anderson, University of Virginia & Michael E. Stone, Hebrew University – Jewish Books
    Online Jewish bookstore

    The Aseneth Home Page
    “…the web site devoted to Joseph and Aseneth, a tale told about the Biblical Patriarch Joseph and his Egyptian wife Aseneth, usually classed as part of the Old Testament Pseudepigrapha. This page was created to coincide with course THM393 (Set Texts) taught the Spring Semester 1999 in the Department of Theology, University of Birmingham. You will find here an introduction, a translation, bibliography and links.”
    By Dr Mark Goodacre, University of Birmingham

    Chabad-Lubavitch in Cyberspace
    “This is the official host of the world-wide Chabad-Lubavitch Movement, a project of Merkos L’Inyonei Chinuch – the educational arm of the Lubavitch movement.”
    Includes daily and weekly lectures and is available in eight languages
    They offer custom-designed vacations for individuals and groups to Israel through their websites.

    The Jews of Bukhara
    “This is a brief outline of the history of the Jewish community of Bukhara (also written Bokhara or Bochara), Uzbekistan, from earliest times to the present.”
    Donna L. Carr

    An overview by Alan Humm

    Material Culture
    Ancient Canaanites, Israelites and Related Peoples

    Philo of Alexandria
    Resources for the study of Philo of Alexandria
    Includes online texts, introduction, articles, and reviews.
    By Torrey Seland, Prof. Biblical Studies, Volda University College, Norway

    CONTRIBUTOR: Bethany Hessenthaler (2001)
    © Copyright Philip A. Pecorino 2001. All Rights reserved.

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