ROSENBERG ARCHIVE ON HATRED AND ANTISEMITISM http://jkrfoundation.org/rosenberg-archive-on-hate-and-antisemitism-holdings/ The site includes primary and secondary sources, and includes the expert report from the historic Holocaust Denial case of David Irving vs. Penguin and Deborah Lipstadt, a 1913 stenographic record of the Beilis trial (he was accused of ritual murder), and various monographs, reports, and doctoral dissertations, as well as a complete collection of the Journal of Hate Studies.
JEWISH VIRTUAL LIBRARY
An extensive site covering both history and culture, past and present.
ISRAEL STUDIES: AN ANTHOLOGY edited by Mitchell G. Baird & David Nachmias
This is a book-length collection of 30 concise scholarly essays by authorities in a variety of fields. It is a fine source of essays to include in a course syllabus. If the link above does not work, just search on the full title.
ISRAEL EDUCATION: SYLLABI FOR ISRAEL STUDIES COURSES:
Separate sections detail Ancient Jewish History, Modern Jewish History, Timelines, and a series of key general issues.
A book-length series of more than 50 concise essays covering most essential elements of the Holocaust.
Entries covering most aspects of Israeli history and culture. A table of contents takes you to a multi-level series of topics.
JEWS IN AMERICA: PORTAL TO AMERICAN JEWISH HISTORY
The Portal to Jewish American History is a “one stop shop” for researchers, students, and interested members of the public to access archival and digital collections on American Jewish History.
THE JEWISH ENCYCLOPEDIA
This website contains the complete contents of the 12-volume Jewish Encyclopedia, which was originally published between 1901-1906. The Jewish Encyclopedia, which recently became part of the public domain, contains over 15,000 articles and illustrations. This online version contains the unedited contents of the original encyclopedia. Since the original work was completed almost 100 years ago, it does not cover a significant portion of modern Jewish History (e.g., the creation of Israel, the Holocaust, etc.). However, it does contain an incredible amount of information that is remarkably relevant today.
ANNOTATED ANTI-SEMITISM BIBLIOGRAPHY
The Vidal Sassoon Center at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem maintains an extensive annotated bibliography on anti-Semitism.
An online encyclopedia of Judaism, covering Jewish beliefs, people, places, things, language, scripture, holidays, practices, and customs.
BETWEEN EXCLUSION AND EMBRACE—An Online Teaching Resource
An extensive collection of primary texts and commentaries
CENTER FOR ISRAELI EDUCATION
The Center, established at Emory University by Kenneth Stein, offers a number of publications about teaching Israeli history and culture. The site’s resources include a unique, annotated, illustrated 800-item timeline of Jewish history, along with a wide range of other resources, from historical maps to essays on contemporary issues.
CENTER FOR JEWISH HISTORY
In addition to a variety of other resources, the Center for Jewish History in New York maintains a quite extensive list of links to online research resources.
EARLY MODERN WORKSHOP: RESOURCES IN JEWISH HISTORY
DePAUL UNIVERSITY CENTER FOR JEWISH LAW & JUDAIC STUDIES
This site includes links to a wide range of resources in Jewish Law, from bibliographies to scholarly essays to library sites and academic programs.
TOURO COLLEGE JEWISH LAW SYLLABUS PROJECT
An extensive collection of Jewish Law Syllabi
AJS DIRECTORY OF PROGRAMS IN JEWISH STUDIES
ESSAYS ON TEACHING
AJS maintains a syllabus bank for members only on its website.
THE ASSOCIATION FOR ISRAEL STUDIES
DATA RESOURCES FOR RESEARCH ON ISRAEL
GRADUATE AND UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMS