Yale University Press has launched the Posen Digital Library, which makes available online the artworks, literary works, and artifacts from The Posen Library of Jewish Culture and Civilization.
Created by Yale University Press and the Posen Foundation, the 10-volume Posen Library collects the best of Jewish culture from throughout the ages, from biblical times to the present. The first volume, covering the period from 1973 to 2005, was published in print in November, 2012. James E. Young, professor of English and Judaic studies at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, is the Posen Library’s editor-in-chief.
Designed for both exploration and research, the Posen Digital Library offers a new way to experience the library’s contents. Almost every item in the print volumes will also be available online, and the Posen Digital Library is free and available to everyone.
Featuring literature, poetry, visual culture, intellectual culture, and popular culture, the Posen Digital Library is a flexible, searchable, interactive tool for professors, students, scholars, teachers, and others who want to know more about Jewish culture across the centuries. It encourages users to create groups and share information with others, and makes it easy for teachers to develop and share curricula. Works from the first volume are now online, including writings by Saul Bellow, Grace Paley, and Philip Roth.
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