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Needle in the Bookstacks

A New Delicious Treasure in the Library

February 13, 2017

In its ongoing quest to offer its users unique perspectives on the multicultural ethos at the heart of the modern Jewish experience, the Klau Library, Cincinnati, actively seeks out Jewish cookbooks from around the world.

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Musical Throwback - LP Exhibit

February 13, 2017

Are you looking for something bright and colorful to get you through end of the rainy season? Check out our exhibit of LP album covers.

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Tu bi-Shevat - Celebrate Trees!

February 03, 2017

The source of so much that is good in our lives: trees! Check out our Tu bi-Shevat Resources

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Perplexing commentary

November 30, 2016

Inscribed so neatly in the margins of Maimonides' Guide to the Perplexed that it looks printed, is an unpublished 14th century commentary.

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Library Book Sale

November 08, 2016

It's fall! There's a tiny chance of rain, we've turned the clocks back, and the scent of books is in the air!

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Jews of Vienna

November 01, 2016

Check out our exhibit on the Jews of Vienna

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Season of our Rejoicing

October 13, 2016

Find resources on Sukkot, Shimini Atzeret, and Simchat Torah in the library

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Award Winning HUC Faculty.

August 23, 2016

I was happy to interview Dr. Bruce Phillips, HUC-JIR LA faculty member about his recent award from the Association for the Social Scientific Study of Jewry.

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Fall Semester at the NY Klau Library

August 18, 2016

Welcome back and beruchim haba'im to the new students. We have been working throughout the summer to make improvements to the library.

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Early Plea for Passover Legumes.

July 21, 2016

It is 1810. The deprivations of the Napoleonic Wars have hit hard, and Jewish soldiers in the Kingdom of Westphalia have begun asking their communal leadership to relax the Passover dietary restrictions on consuming legumes.

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