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Digital Second Edition of Robert Singerman's Judaica Americana

This is a Judaica Digital Humanities at the Penn Libraries project. Judaica Digital Humanities at the Penn Libraries is a robust program of projects and tools for experimental digital scholarship with Judaica collections, informed by digital humanities, Jewish studies, and cultural heritage approaches. Visit our website. More about the creation of this project can be found on our blog

We are profoundly grateful to Robert Singerman, Emeritus University Librarian, University of Florida for entrusting us with his extraordinary work.

Project Directors: Arthur Mitchell Fraas, Senior Curator, Special Collections; Arthur Kiron, Schottenstein-Jesselson Curator of Judaica Collections

Project Manager: Emily Esten, Judaica Digital Humanities Project Coordinator

Content Editor: Arthur Kiron, Schottenstein-Jesselson Curator of Judaica Collections

This project would not be possible without the assistance of the following:

  • Nicky Agate, Assistant University Librarian for Research Data & Digital Scholarship
  • Doug Emery, Special Collections Digital Content Programmer
  • Jonathan Scott Enderle, Digital Humanities Librarian
  • Andrew Kimball, DevOps Engineer
  • Emily Morton Owens, Assistant University Librarian, Digital Library Development & Systems
  • Jordan Rothschild, Digital Camera Operator

Special thanks and credit to:

  • Michelle Chesner, Norman E. Alexander Librarian for Jewish Studies, Columbia University
  • Laurie Allen, Former Director for Digital Scholarship
  • Chris Clement, Former Senior Developer 
  • Camille Davis, Former Library Assistant
  • Laura Newman Eckstein, Former Judaica Digital Humanities Project Coordinator
  • Katherine Lynch, Former Senior Developer
  • William Noel, Former Director of the Kislak Center & the Schoenberg Institute for Manuscript Studies
  • Kenny Whitebloom, Former Digital Scholarship Publishing Librarian