Social studies and historic educational and reference products for the scholar, student, teacher and librarian. Collections on military history, government & law, religion & folklore, science & technology, family & education, contemporary world issues.
Language-learning material, grammar, textbooks, dictionaries & phrase books for over 500 languages/dialects, as well as fiction, nonfiction including psychology, sociology, biography, philosophy, and children's books in a variety of languages.
Religious Jewish texts: basic Judaism, talmud, Bible/Torah, Jewish history, reference material, Jewish law-Halachah, Jewish thought, marriage, holocaust, Prayers-Siddurim/Machzorim, shabbos and more.
|Princeton University Press|
A large catalog of scientific, technical, scholarly & medical books - American history, art, archaeology, architecture, biological sciences, chemistry, poetry, economics, physics, psychology, mathematics, religion, philosophy, film studies, anthropology.
Jewish scholarly books on topics ranging from Biblical study to contemporary issues as well as general interest books: Bible/religious/prayer books, children/young adults, spirituality, Kabbalah-mysticism, Yiddish poetry and more.
Academic and scholarly books, journals and series on social sciences with an emphasis on African & Asian studies, ancient Judaism, biblical studies, biology/geology, encyclopedias, Islam/Middle East, history and sociology.
|Books in Motion|
Variety of audio books, including Americana, history, adventure, fantasy, mystery, western, Christian fiction, romance, classics and children's/young adults. The tapes and CDs are also available for rental.
Professional and academic books in the humanities and human sciences with emphasis on the cultural life of a community. Anthropology, archaeology, cultural & environmental studies, history, religion, museum studies, race/ethnic studies, and sociology.
Titles in the social sciences and humanities, with emphasis on politics, cultural studies, history, philosophy, sociology and literary criticism. Writers include Tariq Ali, Benedict Anderson, Perry Anderson, Michèle Barrett, Robin Blackburn, Paul Gilroy.
Scholarly bibliographies, historical dictionaries (countries, religions, organizations, wars, movements, cities), library science monographs, reference works in the humanities (particularly music and film), textbooks in library and information science.