Leading thinkers come to JTS to experience different facets of learning, teaching and scholarly research—from attending and giving public lectures to immersing themselves in the world-renowned collection of The Library. At JTS, you are in the company of great minds.

Explore the various options that JTS offers to broaden your understanding of what it means to be Jewish today.

The Louis Finkelstein Institute for Religious and Social Studies
Since 1938, the Louis Finkelstein Institute for Religious and Social Studies (LFI) has maintained an innovative interfaith and intergroup relations program that emphasizes conversation between diverse communities. Today, the LFI offers a wealth of public lectures each year that are open to the public.

Saul Lieberman Institute for Talmudic Research
The Lieberman Institute continues to develop modern and rigorous computer tools for Talmud study. The goal of the institute is to develop databases that will give access to the innumerable readings of talmudic texts in manuscript form and through early printed witnesses.

Project Judaica
Established in 1991,Project Judaica is a joint venture between The Jewish Theological Seminary (JTS) and the Russian State University for the Humanities (RSUH) in Moscow. Its principal goals are to train a generation of indigenous Russian scholars of Judaica, reestablish Jewish studies as a legitimate area of university study, foster the revival of Jewish life in Russia, and discover and describe all Jewish-related materials held in the archives of the former Soviet Union (FSU).

JTS Press
The JTS Press offers a wide range of compelling and noteworthy publications on a variety of Jewish topics.

Several dozen titles are available by the print-on-demand process from online booksellers. For many in-print JTS titles in North America, see the catalog posted by our distributor, Dan Wyman Books. For in-print titles in Israel (which may be shipped worldwide), go to the Schocken Institute Bookstore.

In addition, many current and backlist titles are available as eBooks that also may be ordered as bound copies produced on demand via the JTS Press eBookStore (mostly English titles) and the Schocken Institute Bookstore (mainly Hebrew titles).

Please direct urgent requests for other titles to provost@jtsa.edu.