- Digital Programs
A page devoted to the wonderful individuals, including UC Berkeley students, students at other institutions, and skilled professionals, who continue to invest their time, patience and expertise to
These pages document the work and the legacy of the community of scholars, museum professionals, and treasure hunters that over the decades worked at the former Judah L.
These pages are devoted to the community of donors, individuals and institutions, that have supported and continue to support The Magnes, its collections and its programs.
The Judah L.
Since its foundation in 1962, the Judah L.
These pages are devoted to the senior and junior scholars - including academics, independent scholars, and graduate and undergraduate students - who studied and continue to study the holdings of Th
The Magnes has a fifty-year history of presenting exhibitions that break new ground in Jewish Studies research, build upon the collaboration between curators and UC Berkeley faculty and students,
Since its founding in 1962, the Magnes has been a veritable hub of Jewish culture, scholarship, and community action.
The Magnes Collection of Jewish Art and Life is based on the holdings of the former Judah L.
Information on how to ask reference questions, access the Helzel Collection Study Room, and obtain permissions to reproduce