Max M. and Marjorie B. Kampelman Collection of Jewish Ethics

kampelmanThrough the generosity of Max M. and Marjorie B. Kampelman a Collection of Jewish Ethics was established in 1983 at the Kennedy Institute of Ethics.

You may browse the Kampelman Collection on LibraryThing, view thecomplete list of holdings housed in the Bioethics Research Library on the main campus of Georgetown University, or view the collection in EthxWeb.

Interested readers are invited to use the Collection by appointment. Please contact the Bioethics Research Library to make arrangements.

The Collection now contains over 1,500 books covering Jewish ethics and related subjects, including Holocaust studies. We also subscribe to journals, the holdings are listed below:

Journal Title  Beginning (Vol., Issue #) End (Vol., Issue #) Year Range
ASSIA: Original articles, abstracts & reports on matters of Halachah and medicine Vol. 4, No. 3 Vol. 16, No. 3-4 1976-1998
ASSIA: A Journal of Jewish Medical Ethics & Halachah Vol. 2 Vol. 2 1991-2007
CCAR: A Reform Jewish Quarterly Vol. 44, No. 2 Vol. 61, No. 2 1997-2014
Conservative Judaism Vol. 40, No. 1 Vol. 65, No. 4 1987-2014
Journal of Halacha and Contemporary Society Vol. 1, No. 1 No. 67 1981-2014
The Torah U Madda Journal Assorted Volumes: 2 (1990), 5(1994), 7(1997), 11-15(2008- 1990-2009
Tradition: A Journal of Orthodox Jewish Thought Vol. 15, No.1-2 Vol. 47, No.1 1975-2014


The links below provide searches for other bibliographic materials by publication type as well as searches of the International Bioethics Organizations database and the Syllabus Exchange Database:

You can also use these suggested strategies to formulate your own search of the Library’s databasesfor specific topics in the Kampelman Collection.

We welcome your suggestions for additions to the Collection.


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