A good way to start your research is to look for resources using Find It! The Find It! search box searches through all of the libraries' resources simultaneously. Clicking on the Advanced Search option under the search box will allow you to refine your search by such things as publication year and material type.
If you don't have a particular resource in mind, searching by subject is a good way to start. This will help narrow your results. If you add an asterisk* after a search term the search will widen to include all variations of that word. So, if you search "Jew*," your results will include Jews, Jewish, Jewess, Jewry, etc.
See the Find It! FAQ page to learn more.
Binghamton University Libraries uses the Library of Congress Classification System (LC) to organize books by subject area. The LC call number will appear in Find it!.
Click HERE to go to an outline of Library of Congress subject classifications.
Below is a short, general list of call numbers that pertain to Judaic and Israeli Studies:
This list is by no means comprehensive; it is meant only to give an idea of where some items are.
In addition, Bartle Library has books in Hebrew, located in the Hebrew Collection on the 2nd Floor of the Bartle Library. Click HERE for floor plan and location.