In our Reading Room, you can view our materials. Our holdings (library books and selected objects from the collection) are also cataloged for research online! We’ve additionally compiled useful links and link directories.
Can the museum help me research my family history?
You may use our in-house holdings for research purposes. We have also compiled a directory of links to research opportunities for personal and family research and genealogy.
How can I conduct research using the museum’s archive, collections, and library?
Our Reading Room is open to the public. You can also research using our library’s holdings and some of our collection’s holdings online. To view additional holdings, please contact the responsible curators.
Non-Annotated Link Directories: We’ve compiled thematically relevant links for you (8)
We’ve compiled thematically relevant links for you
Here are various link directories for researching Jewish topics, organized by institution, online format, or subject matter. The link lists do not claim to be exhaustive.
Links to Online Projects and Exhibitions
on Jewish history and culture
Family History and Genealogy Research
Points of contact for personal and family-related inquiries
Links for Online Research on Jewish Themes
Web portals, databases, and other online resources for Jewish history and present-day life
Links to Museums and Memorial Sites
National and international Jewish museums, memorials, and Jewish collections
Links to Libraries and Archives
as well as broad-ranging search portals for researching Jewish topics
Links to Digitized Journals
Reference works and academic journals, past and present
Links to Research Institutes
Institutes and research centers for Jewish Studies in Europe and Israel
Links to Online Magazines
Newspapers, Magazines, and blogs on Jewish topics