Formed in 1985, AIS is an international, interdisciplinary scholarly society devoted to the academic and professional study of modern Israel. AIS is open to all individuals who are engaged in, or share an interest in, scholarly inquiry about Israel, the Zionist movement, or the pre-state Jewish community in Palestine. The Association's membership is composed of scholars from all disciplines in the social sciences and many in the humanities.
sponsored by the Ben-Gurion Research Institute for the Study of Israel and Zionism at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev and the Schusterman Center for Israel Studies at Brandeis University in affiliation with the Association for Israel Studies." Project MUSE. UC Berkeley Access. (Also available through JSTOR.)
The Jerusalem Institute for Israel Studies ( JIIS) is an independent, non-profit think tank established in 1978, at the initiative of legendary Jerusalem Mayor Teddy Kollek and in cooperation with the Hebrew University and the Jerusalem Foundation.
JIIS conducts policy research on Jerusalem, its many faces and the myriad challenges it poses – challenges that affect the very fabric of its life and the influence of which has implications in the national sphere, and beyond. The Institute’s studies and recommendations serve as dependable and valuable resources for governmental bodies, leading public institutions, civil organizations and the public.
Includes historical records, press releases, information about current MKs and committee activities and a live feed from the Knesset floor (requires plugin). Content available in Hebrew, Arabic and English.
Available through the Cardozo School of Law at Yeshiva University, this website provides contains a searchable database of hundreds of translated cases, media from ISCP events, and links to items of interest pertaining to the Court.
Encyclopedia of the Arab-Israeli Conflict
by Spencer C. Tucker (Editor); Priscilla Mary Roberts (Editor)
Publication Date: 2008-05-12
This exhaustive work offers readers at multiple levels key insights into the military, political, social, cultural, and religious origins of the Arab-Israeli conflict. * With more than 750 alphabetically organized entries covering everything from important people, places, and events to a wide range of social and cultural topics—each entry featuring cross references and suggestions for further reading * A separate documents volume offering an unprecedented collection of more than 150 essential primary sources * Over 500 images, including maps, photographs, and illustrations * A comprehensive introductory overview by retired general Anthony Zinni
Digitized collection of books, pamphlets, magazines, printed ephemera, posters, postcards, photographs, maps, architectural plans, and original documents about the early history of "The First Hebrew City." It was assembled over a span of forty years by Eliasaf Robinson, a Tel Aviv native and Israel's most prominent antiquarian bookseller.
The digitized collection now includes over one thousand photographs and postcards, three hundred printed volumes, two hundred large format materials (posters, maps and sewer diagrams) and six linear feet of archival materials. Organized and searchable as well as collected into exhibit format.