Jewish Traditions

  • Academic Jewish Studies Internet Directory
    [A section of the World-Wide Web Virtual Library.]
  • Chabad-Lubavitch in Cyberspace
    [A site maintained by an influential Chassidic community.]
  • Conversion to Judaism Home Page
    [Resources for advising people who are considering conversion or who have converted to Judaism.]
  • Jewish Genealogy Links
    [A large collection of links to sites useful for research into family and kin relations.]
  • Jewishnet - Global Jewish Information Server
    [Links to sites of Jewish and Israeli interest.]
  • Jerusalem Virtual Tours
    [Virtual tours of sites in Jerusalem.]
  • Jewish Communities of the World
    [Geographically organized site links to resources to introduce Jewish life in various regions around the world provided by Harry Leichter of Haruth Communications.]
  • Jewish Studies Network (JSN)
    [Part of the H-Net Consortium. Useful for students and scholars.]
  • Jews for Judaism
    [Resources for Jews who are approached by missionaries who represent various proselytizing groups, movements, and traditions — including alternative and new religions or "cults."]
  • Judaism 101
    [An online encyclopedia of Judaism, covering Jewish beliefs, people, places, things, language, scripture, holidays, practices and customs. Maintained by Tracey Rich.]
  • Shamash: The Jewish Network
    [A major portal to Jewish information on the Internet.]
  • Judaism of the Talmud and Midrash
    [A university course taught by Eliezer Segal at the University of Calgary.]
  • Post-Biblical Judaism
    [A university course taught by Eliezer Segal at the University of Calgary.]
  • Torah Net
    [An Internet Service Provider that offers resources and links about Jews and Judaism.]
  • West Semitic Research Project
    [The West Semitic Research Project makes ancient mss more accessible to the general public. "Over the past 15 years we have been committed to using the most advanced photographic and computer imaging techniques to document and preserve artifacts from the ancient world. In doing this we have built a vast archive of photographs which we are now making available to a wide variety of users. This Internet site is designed to provide an educational experience for students and teachers, as well as a resource for scholarly study. The educational site includes images of Dead Sea Scrolls, biblical manuscripts and ancient texts relating to the Bible, together with descriptions and informative discussions of the images. The scholarly site is an on-line catalogue of images that can be acquired for specialized research."]

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