Judaica Reference Sources: A Selective, Annotated Bibliographic Guide

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Libraries Unlimited, 2004 - Reference - 365 pages
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A recipient of the Outstanding Reference Award from the Association of Jewish Librarians in its earlier edition, this updated edition of "Judaica Reference Sources" maintains its editorial excellence while revising and expanding coverage for the new century. Virtually every aspect of Jewish life, knowledge, history, culture, religion, and contemporary issues is covered in this annotated, bibliographic guide. A critical collection development tool for college, university, public school, and synagogue libraries, "Judaica Reference Sources" provides entries for over 1,000 reference works, as well as a selective list of related Web sites, in English, French, German, Yiddish, and Hebrew.

Works published since 1970 are emphasized. Unique in providing expert guidance to Judaica material for the librarian, the layperson, the student, and the researcher, this reference guide is a versatile tool that will fulfill your every need for Judaica material.


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About the author (2004)

Charles Cutter is a graduate of Yeshiva University, and Hunter College. He holds a MA in library science from Pratt Institute, and a PhD degree in history from Ohio State University, Columbus. From 1969 to 1976, he served as Judaica Librarian at Ohio State University Library. He served at the Brandeis University Library beginning in in 1976, as the head of the Judaica Department and later as Special Collections Librarian and University Archivist, before retiring in 2001. Charles Cutter was an active member of the Association of Jewish Libraries and the Council of Archives and Research Libraries in Jewish Studies. He served as Contributing Editor-Reference Department Judaica Librarianship, a publication of the Association of Judaica Librarians. He lectured and published on matters related to Judaica Librarianship.

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