JPR’s European Jewish Research Archive is a free-to-use, comprehensive repository of social research on European Jews since 1990. It holds over 4,000 research items, from over 50 European countries and in 30 different languages.
The Archive includes records of reports, journal articles, books and other materials that discuss contemporary Jewish life in Europe, and contains items written in any European language or Hebrew, accompanied by translations of key information into English whenever possible. A freely downloadable pdf for each item is included in the Archive where available.
The Archive also features specially curated collections of research items on an array of topics, including Jewish identity and community, demography, culture and heritage, education, Holocaust memorialisation and antisemitism. Other curated collections highlight the work of particularly significant researchers.