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On-Line Databases
The Felix Posen Bibliographic Project on Antisemitism

At present, the Felix Posen Bibliographic prject comprises three
online databases containing about 20,000 items. Additional material is
listed on a regular basis. The three databases are:

* the ongoing bibliography (publications from 1984 to the present);

* the retrospective bibliography (from 1983 and going back in time; 
  it now covers the years 1978-1983); and

* the bibliography on the "Jewish Question" in German-speaking
  countries, 1848-1914

In the first two databases entries are grouped in three sections:
bibliographies; antisemitism in specific periods; an antisemitism in
literature and the arts. Works on the Holocaust that were published in
the period covered in each volume of the bibliography are included as
part of the history of antisemitism in the twentieth century. These
databases may be accessed through the Israeli University Libraries
Network (ALEPH). Outside of Israel they can be searched via TELNET at
ALEPH.HUJI.AC.IL, or INTERNET via one of the several "gophers." The
username is ALEPH. No password is required. Our library code is LB
/JCJ.BAS, accessible from the Search screen (SE).


Researchers and students dealing with topics related to antisemitism
and/or the Holocaust, who do not have direct access to these databases
may contact our office for a search requestr on their topic of study.

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