Off Campus Resources
The Libraryís Hebraic section has been long recognized as one of the world's leading research centers for the study of Hebraica and Judaica. It serves as the Library's primary access point for reference and research activities related to the Ancient Near East, pre-Islamic Egypt, Biblical Studies, Jewish Studies, and ancient and modern Israel.
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) for the Hebraic Collections, as well as a country study for Israel. The Near East section lso houses material of interest to researchers.
Research is done through the online Archival Research Catalog (ARC) . Records pertinent
to the study of the history of Israel stem from a variety of sources (i.e. Department of State, Bureau of Near Eastern and South Asian Affairs, Office of the Country Director for Israel and Arab-Israel Affairs; U.S. Information Agency; Presidential papers; Motion Picture, Sound, and Video Records Section etc.). Many documents have been declassified, but others are still classified and unavailable for research.
The Museumís Collections, Archives and Library house an extensive collection of documents, photographs, objects, oral histories, video and audio recordings, books and other material that shed light on the history and the establishment of the state of Israel.
New York University has an extensive compilation of resources