The number of online-projects in the field of Jewish history has steadily increased in the last few years. Nevertheless, there has been relatively little empirical research on the effects and consequences of the digital turn. This article tries to shed light on the current situation of digital Jewish history and to give an overview of the digital material available in order to encourage more debates about the specific demands and challenges in this field. Such debates gain in significance when considering the potential presented by the digital age for research and teaching in Jewish History.
Author(s): Anna Menny,