Cambridge University members now have trial access until 31 January 2015 to the Hebrew journals package from JSTOR.
The journals can be accessed on and off campus via this link.
Please send us your thoughts on this collection from JSTOR by writing to firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you.
With a minimum of 40 titles, the Hebrew Journals Collection draws from an interdisciplinary range of titles published primarily in Hebrew. The collection is the first on JSTOR to be released in a non-Roman alphabet, creating an essential resource for scholars in Hebrew worldwide.
Top disciplines include Jewish Studies, Language & Literature, and Archaeology, with journals drawn from leading organizations such as the Bialik Institute, the World Union of Jewish Studies, and the Israel Antiquities Authority.
The JSTOR platform has been adapted in ways that now support the requirements of the Hebrew language. These include right-to-left reading, searchability in Hebrew, and journal metadata…
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