Selection of image from Ma'aseh Tobiyah, The Work of Tobias.

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Bloomberg Connects a project of Bloomberg Philanthropies

Offers access to exhibitions, collections and renowned artists at over 150 museums and other cultural organizations, including Anne Frank House, Holocaust Museum LA, and Jewish Museum (New York).

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Yerusha: European Jewish Archives Portal a project of the Rothschild Foundation Hanadiv Europe

Online catalogue featuring European Jewish archival heritage from 700 European archives, libraries, and museums in 27 countries with more than 12,000 in-depth archival descriptions, giving researchers access to a wealth of archival records covering all major subjects of Jewish history.


History Unfolded a project of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum

Provides access to local newspapers for news and opinion about 46 different Holocaust-era events that took place in the United States and Europe. Offers a national database, as well as information about newspapers that did not cover events. History Unfolded informs the Museum’s initiative on Americans and the Holocaust.


Braginsky Collection a project of René Braginsky

Manuscripts and a selection of printed books, marriage contracts, and Esther scrolls that were shown in the exhibitions in the Bibliotheca Rosenthaliana in Amsterdam, in Yeshiva University Museum in New York, in the Israel Museum in Jerusalem, in the Landesmuseum (Swiss National Museum) in Zurich, and the Jewish Museum in Berlin, between 2009 and 2014.


Sephardic Studies Digital Collection a project of the University of Washington

The world’s first digital repository of sources pertaining to the largely invisible yet historically significant Sephardic Jews of the Mediterranean world. The artifacts offer Mediterranean views of major political, cultural, social, and economic transformations from the 17th to the 20th centuries articulated in a Spanish-based language (Ladino) utilized by Jews living in the Muslim world.


Looting, Loss, and Recovery: A Virtual Symposium a project of the Jewish Museum

The symposium explored the role that cultural restitution plays in scholarship and museum practices. Serving as a brilliant example of how to create public programming around exhibitions such as the museum’s Afterlives: Recovering the Lost Stories of Looted Art, experts addressed a range of topics, including the destruction of the Jewish community of Salonica (Thessaloniki, Greece), and the efforts of the Jewish Cultural Reconstruction Inc.

Spotlight on Antisemitism Resources

Learn about museum perspectives on modern-day antisemitism, Holocaust denial, and revisionism in public institutions, and the sources of antisemitism and the dangers it poses to a free society.

Digital Publication by jMUSE

By Michael S. Glickman & Miriam R. Haier (Eds.).
Published April 2022.

Read Activating Archives, Libraries, and Museums in the Fight Against Antisemitism, a digital publication created by jMUSE in cooperation with the Center for Jewish History—now available to download free of charge.

Jewish Museums Bookshelf

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