Welcome to the Jewish Studies Research Guide
This guide covers the entire range of subjects that constitute Jewish Studies including Anti-Semitism, Archaelogy (Israel), Israel, Jewish History, the Holocaust, Jewish Art, Judaism, and Zionism. In addition, the guide provides access to all types of library resources whether they be books, journal articles (from databases or electronic journals), internet sites, and multimedia resources (streaming video and audio, etc). Hopefully, this guide will direct you to the most useful resources available in the library or on the Internet.
Jewish American Studies Program
Montclair State University offers a minor in Jewish American Studies which explores "the nature of the relationship over time between the Jewish community and the emerging American nation and the contributions to American culture, institutions, and intellectual traditions made by Jewish heritage, arts, religion, language, sciences, values and most importantly, by people of Jewish heritage themselves". If you are interested in finding out more about the program, please take a look at the flyer below.
If you are trying to access the library's resources from off-campus, please click here.
Indexes and Abstracts (Paper)
- Religion Index (REF Z7753 .A52)
- Memoirs of American Jews, 1775-1865 (available on microfiche in the Multimedia Services Dept.)
- Human Relations Area Files (more recent files available online, older files are available on microfiche in the Multimedia Services Dept.)
Citing Your Sources
Databases arranged by Topic
Israel & the Middle East (Current Affairs)
Jewish Languages & Literature
- Literature Resource Center
Includes up-to-date biographical information, overviews, full-text literary criticism and reviews on more than 130,000 writers in all disciplines, from all time periods and from around the world.
Jewish Philosophy & Religion
Jewish Theatre & Film
Social Sciences & Humanities