A Classification System for Libraries of Judaica

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Jason Aronson, 1997 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 250 pages
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Sometimes dubbed the "Jewish Dewey" because it makes use of the same numeric notation as the Dewey Decimal Classification yet is fitted to Judaica, this classification guide is very well suited to ... Read full review

A classification system for libraries of Judaica

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Librarians organizing large collections on narrow topics not collected by the Library of Congress (LC) and other libraries rarely are satisfied with how their subject is treated by standard ... Read full review

Contents

Bible and Biblical Studies
31
Classical Judaica Halakhah and Midrash
47
Jewish Observance and Practice
69
Jewish Education
85
Hebrew Jewish Languages and Sciences
95
Jewish Literature
103
The Jewish Community Society and the Arts
111
Jewish History Geography Biography
129
Israel and Zionism
145
General Works
171
Index
181
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About the author (1997)

Daniel J. Elazar (1934-1999) was president of the Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs, and professor of political science and director of the Center for the Study of Federalism at Temple University. His many books include the four-volume "The Covenant Tradition in Politics" (Transaction).

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