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Philosophy & Global Religions

Collection of resources for Philosophy and Global Religions (articles, books, and websites)

Call Numbers for Books on Judaism

BM 1 - BM 990           Judaism

     BM 70-135            Study and Teaching

     BM 150-449          History

     BM 480-488.8       Pre-Talmudic Jewish literature (non-Biblical)

     BM 495-532          Sources of Jewish religion.  Rabbinical literature

     BM 534-538          Relation of Judaism to special subject fields (including other religions)

     BM 545-582          Principles of Judaism (General)

     BM 585-585.5       Controversial works against the Jews

     BM 590-591          Jewish works against Christianity and Islam

     BM 600-645          Dogmatic Judaism

     BM 650-747          Practical Judaism (forms of worship, liturgy, festivals, customs, spiritual life, etc.)

Other Subject Term Searches:

Jewish Philosophy

Jewish Ethics

Christianity and Judaism

Jewish Civilization and History

Women in Judaism

Encyclopedias and Dictionaries

Recommended Websites

Atla Websites on Religion: Judaism: A collection of resources for the study of Judaism

Center for Jewish History: An online museum of collections of books, artwork, ritual objects, and artifacts.

The Jewish History Resource Center: Resource to search for links to websites and resources related to Jewish history.

Jews in America: Contains galleries of documents, photographs, and other artifacts highlighting the American Jewish experience.

United States Holocaust Memorial Museum: Includes information about the museum as well as resources on the Holocaust, research and collections, genocide prevention, and the Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies.

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