Our archive, publications, media from past events, and external resources
Event listings and information on past public lectures, symposia and seminars. These are held throughout the academic year where leading scholars from around the world communicate the results of their research to scholars, students and the public, to creating regular opportunities for exchange of ideas and interests.
Information, programs, and associated documentation of past conferences can be found here. Our colloquiums and conferences focus on significant themes relating to Jewish civilisation, and bring together eminent scholars working in the same or allied fields of research often for the first time.
Listing of publications written by those associated with the IJS.
- The Jewish Studies Library and Mocatta Library within UCL Special Collections hold printed, manuscript and archival collections of Hebraica and Judaica which are of national and international importance.
- The UCL Library boasts huge, world-leading Hebrew and Yiddish book and manuscript collections
- The British Museum’s Library of the Royal Anthropological Institute has impressive holdings which include a particularly strong journal collection for Eastern Europe
- The SOAS library has a world leading Ancient Near East, Semitics & Judaica collection
- The British Library is a goldmine of resources, in particular their Arabic and Hebrew Collections
- The Anglo-Israel Archaeological Society (AIAS) shines a light on the ancient remains of the Holy Land and wider Near East from prehistory to the Ottoman era through lectures, museum visits, our international journal, and student grants. AIAS is a non-political, cultural charity.
- The Jewish Historical Society of England holds monthly meetings with lectures on a wide range of subjects relating to Anglo-Jewish history.
- The Department of Hebrew & Jewish Studies at UCL