Electronic Resources at the Center
There are 8 state of the art public computers and 4 computer kiosks at the Center for Jewish History that offer access to more than 40 paid subscription databases, with many resources unique to the Center. Benefiting scholars of Jewish Studies as well as generalists, and genealogists the electronic resources are available onsite only in the Lillian Goldman Reading Room reference complex as well as in the Reading Room itself.
To help you begin your research prior to coming down to the Center, we have compiled a list of some free resources that may be of use.
Bibliographies at the Center for Jewish History
Holocaust Resources: An Annotated Bibliography of Archival Holdings at the Center for Jewish History
Made possible through the generous support of the Conference on Jewish Material Claims against Germany, Inc.
Women In Daily Life: An Online Bibliography
This selected bibliography of Center for Jewish History partner collections which highlight Women in Daily Life represents all of the areas in which Jewish women have played a major role including: domestic life, social life, and formal occupations. (Made possible by a grant from the National Historical Publications and Records Commission.)