Jewish Studies Perspectives, 1800-1918 profiles Jewish culture and religious practice in the modern world. The 19th century was a time of great cultural shifts, and the titles here reflect the growth and change of the global Jewish community.

With the ATLA Historical Monographs Collection (11 Series), religion and theology scholars can focus their research on the era and topics that most closely fit their fields of study. Eleven thematic series provide researchers with specialized content spanning from the 13th century through 1922.

Researchers can view all of the typography, graphics, and drawings as they were originally presented, which provides context and perspective to religion in American and world history.

Database Details

Total Number of Titles

More than 800​ monographs

Coverage Areas

Features prominent authors including Heinrich Ewald, Joseph Flavius, and Ernst Renan. It includes significant holdings in German and English, and features content in 11 other languages, including French, Hebrew, Latin, Greek, Aramaic, and Dutch.

Broad subject coverage includes Hebrew language, Talmund, Jewish law, histories of Israel and Jerusalem, Hebrew poetry, theology, synagogue worship, priesthood.

Title List(s)

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