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Jewish Studies

This guide highlights databases and search tools that are useful for researching Jewish Studies topics.

Welcome!

Welcome to the duPont-Ball Library research guide for Jewish Studies!

This guide describes databases and search tools that you can use to find info on Jewish Studies topics at the library and on the web.

The library is here to support you in all your research endeavors. Contact a librarian and we'll be happy to answer any questions or provide additional help.

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Find Background Information

Consider using encyclopedias and other reference sources when you begin researching a topic. Some encyclopedias will provide more in-depth information than others, but any general encyclopedia is a good source to consult for background information of your chosen subject area. Most encyclopedias provide:

  • Main concepts, including names, dates, places
  • Keywords and subject terms related to topic
  • Lists of related articles or additional resources

Have a question? Ask a librarian! Email libref@stetson.edu. Call or text 386-747-9028.