This site, in English, Hebrew, and Dutch, provides information about this research center housed at the Hebrew University. Its library catalog is searchable online. Of particular note is the Dutch Jewish Genealogical Database, which can also be searched online. In addition, there is a list of relevant links about Jewish life in Holland and the Netherlands.
“The Foundation for Jewish Heritage is dedicated exclusively to the preservation of Jewish architectural sites, working internationally to ensure a future for historic synagogues, Jewish monuments and places of cultural significance.” Its site describes the group's work and projects.
“The International Survey of Jewish Monuments (ISJM) is an independent, non-profit, membership based, educational organization dedicated to the documentation, study, care and conservation of historic Jewish sites throughout the world.”
This Hebrew and English site describes the goals, events, publications, and projects of this official Israeli archaeological and preservation organization. Of particular note is the extensive database of archaeological sites and finds, along with an archaeological survey of Israel.
"Discoveries", which operates within the framework of the Israel Institute of Archeology (IAI), is the only body in Israel that specializes in archeology and is a source of reliable and up-to-date information. The Hebrew language site provides details about tours and archeological digs.
This site provides general information about the goals and programs of this group devoted to the study of Jewish life in Eastern Europe. The site is available in English and Russian and includes a list of relevant links.
Located in Warsaw, Poland, this institute houses the largest collection of documents and materials related to Jewish life in Poland. Its website in English, Polish, and German describes its departments, events, bookshop, and publications and provides links to other relevant sites.
Information about the meetings and publications of this group devoted to the history of Anglo-Jewry. There are links to other British Jewish groups as well as an index to the journal that goes back to 1894.
The Ontario Jewish Archives, Blankenstein Family Heritage Centre (OJA) is the largest repository of Jewish life in Canada. Its site provides access to the archives and describes its exhibits and programs. Of particular interest is the access to the Toronto Jewish City Directories from the 1920s and 1930s.
“The Washington State Jewish Historical Society is dedicated to discovering, preserving, and disseminating the history of the Jews of Washington State. The material for these endeavors is gleaned from the Jewish Archives Project, a joint program of the Washington State Jewish Historical Society and the University of Washington Libraries.” The site includes access to oral histories, photographs and memoirs that can be searched using the online catalog.
In addition to information about the events, membership, staff, library, archives, museum, prizes and fellowships, goals and history of this organization, this site is rich with other material of interest to Jewish historians. First, you can access the full text of the weekly articles on American Jewish history that the organization publishes in The Forward. There are also searchable databases of speakers, faculty and departments in American Jewish history, regional Jewish historical councils and genealogical societies and an extensive set of links to relevant organizations and publications in the subject area.
From the University of Sydney comes this collection whose website includes lists of catalogs and resources, the group's bulletin and publications, bibliographies, a photo exhibit, short histories, and links to relevant sites.
"This site documents the Jewish experience in Australia, which began with the arrival of the First Fleet in 1778, and continued with Jewish involvement in all facets of the subsequent development and evolution of Australia." There are links to notices of meetings and historical tours, and to a timeline, references and sources, photos and to the Journal of the Australian Jewish Historical Society.
This site provides information about the Jewish neighborhoods, schools, and synagogues of Brooklyn, New York, the history of the Jews in the area, and a hall of fame of famous Brooklyn Jews, as well as details about the organization and its speakers bureau.
The center in New York City houses the American Jewish Historical Society, the American Sefardi Federation, the Leo Baeck Institute, the Yeshiva University Museum and the YIVO Institute for Jewish Research.