Anna's role in the library
I am responsible for selecting new Jewish Studies materials in all media. This interdisciplinary and multilingual field includes history; literature; linguistics; cultural studies; and contemporary social, political and cultural developments in the United States, Israel and throughout the world. I also provide reference assistance in these areas of study.
Topic Guides by Anna
|Guide||Last Updated||Subject tag|
|Tel Aviv history||2014-05-07||Jewish studies, Hebraica, Judaica|
|Holocaust Studies||2014-08-28||History, Jewish studies, Hebraica, Judaica|
|Jewish Studies resources||2015-03-17||Images, Manuscripts and archives, Rare books, History, Language and linguistics, Religious studies, Jewish studies, Hebraica, Judaica|
|Yiddish||2014-05-29||Jewish studies, Hebraica, Judaica|
|Israeli art||2015-03-23||Art, Art history, Jewish studies, Hebraica, Judaica|
|Visual History Archive: Testimonies of Holocaust survivors and other witnesses||2015-08-18||Manuscripts and archives, History, African history, Chinese studies, East Asian studies, Jewish studies|
|Cookbooks: Jewish and more||2014-08-13||Food, American history, Jewish studies, Hebraica, Judaica|
|Linguistics||2014-08-13||Language and linguistics|
Member, Association of Jewish Libraries
Levia, A.M. (presenter, with David Hirsch), "Jewish cookbooks sliced two ways: Applying text mining tools to Jewish community cookbooks." Assocation of Jewish Libraries Conference, Las Vegas, NV, June, 2014.
Levia, A. M. (presenter, with Zachary M. Baker), "From the sewers of Tel Aviv to the National Water Carrier: Collections on pre-State and early Israeli development at Stanford University Libraries." Association of Jewish Libraries Conference, Montreal, June, 2011.
Levia, A.M. (presenter), "A Guided tour of the Eisig Silberschlag Papers." Association of Jewish Libraries Conference, Chicago, June, 2009. Podcast available at http://www.jewishlibraries.org/main/Resources/Podcast.aspx