Twentieth Century Religious Thought, Volume III: Judaism | Alexander Street
Twentieth Century Religious Thought, Volume III: Judaism
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Twentieth Century Religious Thought, Volume III: Judaism

In 2017, the acclaimed Twentieth Century Religious Thought series expands to include Volume III: Judaism. The new volume is a gathering of 100,000 pages of the most important works and primary sources for the study of Judaism, including voices from regions around the world.
This collection will contain a curated selection of unpublished primary sources, coupled with key in-copyright or difficult-to-find texts and authors, targeting the specific needs of scholars and students of Judaism and other religions, while broadening the value the complete Twentieth Century Religious Thought series brings to inter-religious studies.
 

Upon completion, the collection will contain:

  • 25,000 pages of primary sources/ archival collections (personal papers, organizations, and others)*
  • 75,000 pages of printed works*
  • 1000 images
  • 65,000 pages in English, 20,000 pages in Hebrew, and 15,000 pages in other languages (French, Italian, German) *
With the addition of this new installment, the Twentieth Century Religious Thought series aims to be the largest repository of canonical works in worldwide religions from the late 19th century through today.
 
*Page counts are approximate and subject to change.

Content Highlights from Markus Brann Archive, The National Library of Israel Archives Department