The second largest Jewish library in the world, the HUC-JIR library network preserves over 700,000 volumes, including rare treasures of Hebraica and Judaica from the 10th century to the present day, the nation’s most complete collection of Jewish periodicals, and is a conservator of negatives of the Dead Sea Scrolls.
Preserving 15 million documents, the AJA records the Jewish history of Western Hemisphere, is the repository of Reform Movement’s archives, and is a premier center for research, publication, and education. Explore the American Jewish Archives >
4,000 years of Jewish heritage are presented through collections, exhibitions, educational programs, and publications illuminating Jewish history, culture, identity, and contemporary creativity.
Cutting-edge centers, national think tanks, and projects advance research and advocacy in the areas of pastoral counseling, ethics, Judaism and sexual orientation, Judaism and health, educational leadership, and Jewish-Muslim engagement.
Hebrew Union College Press is the publisher of scholarly books and journals across the entire spectrum of Jewish Studies. Explore Hebrew Union College Press >