Published: April 12, 2017

Rabbi Zalman Schacther-ShalmoiThe Program in Jewish Studies and University Libraries' Special Collections and Archives are pleased to announce the launch of the new Post-Holocaust American Judaism Collections website

The website highlights materials held in the 21 Post-Holocaust American Judaism Collections and enables users to explore finding aids, audio/visual materials, photos, and interact with the collections' materials. 

The website also has information about the archival process as well as our other Post-Holocaust initiatives, including the biannual Embodied Judaism symposiafellowships for graduate students and visiting scholars, and ways to support the Collections. 

The Post-Holocaust American Judaism Collections are archival holdings at the University of Colorado Boulder focused on Judaism and the Jewish-American experience from roughly the late 1940s to the present. The material collected aims to shed light on the religious, cultural, and social movements of American Judaism as well as on the various philosophies of Judaism and Jewish organizations in the relevant period.

Explore the Post-Holocaust American Judaism Collections