• Join us for a talk by Benyamim Tsedeka, director of A-B Center for Samaritan Studies in Holon, Israel, on the history and traditions of the Samaritans.  Hear about the traditions of these descendants of the northern tribes of Israel and their connection to manuscripts housed in the library’s Special Collections.  Tuesday, November 13, 2018 at 8:00 p.m. in Gottesman Library, 5th floor (Wilf Campus).  Sponsored by the Center for Israel Studies.
  • Don’t miss the first Library Book Talk of the season on Narratives from the Sephardic Atlantic: Blood & Faith with Professor Ronnie Perelis, Thursday, December 13, 2018 at 7 p.m. in Gottesman Library, room 507 (Wilf Campus).
  • Faculty members and student scholars:  enroll in the New York Public Library’s MaRLI program and gain access to unique materials there, as well as at the libraries of Columbia and New York Universities.
  • Are you a thesis writer?  Make your thesis available for your colleagues to view on YAIR!  Take a look at the diverse array of work from the study of a Scottish poem to an analysis of octopus arm movements!
  • Now it’s easier than ever to log into Yeshiva University Library Services. With single sign-on, all you need is your YUAD (Yeshiva University Active Directory) name and password. To find your active directory ID and default password, click here . For more information on off-campus access, see the library guide.

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