27 November 2009

Judaica Librarianship: Genealogy article, Issue 15

Judaica Librarianship is a publication for - as its name indicates - Jewish librarians and those who work with Jewish libraries and collections.

Volume 15 should appear in a few weeks or so.

Tracing the Tribe notes Beth Dwoskin's article, "Genealogy in the Jewish Library: An Update."

Other articles of interest:

A "Mind-Boggling" Implication: The Hebrew Bible, the Old Testament, and the Definition of a Work, by David Conners.

The Bibliothèque Medem: Eighty Years Serving Yiddish Culture, by Gilles Rozier.

Roger S. Kohn reviews "Hebrew Manuscripts in the Vatican Library," ed. by Benjamin Richler

Yaffa Weisman reviews "Jewish Women: A Comprehensive Historical Encyclopedia," ed. by Paula E. Hyman, Dalia Ofer

James P. Rosenbloom reviews "The YIVO Encyclopedia of Jews in Eastern Europe," ed. by Gershon Hundert

Faith Jones reviews "Women" and "Yiddish" in the Encyclopaedia Judaica, 2nd edition, Michael Berenbaum and Fred Skolnik, editors.

Judaica Librarianship is the scholarly peer review annual of the Association of Jewish Libraries, exploring issues of relevance to Judaica library collections and Judaica librarians. AJL members receive it as a benefit.

Learn more about the AJL, and see the table of contents for past issues here.

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