Hanukkah & University Libraries

As we observe and honor the eight-day Jewish celebration known as the: “Festival of Lights,” the University Libraries is happy to provide our campus community with information about this holiday and its significance.

The following list of book titles will provide researchers with a deeper knowledge of this commemoration and its legacy = Seton Hall University Libraries – Hanukkah Resources

Hanukkah Sameach!  חַג חֲנוּכָּה שַׂמֵח

Need additional help through the University Libraries? You can book a research appointment here: Research Appointment Site

Religious Holidays and Christmas Traditions at Seton Hall

As we celebrate Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, Rohastu, Zarahosht Diso, and other sacred holidays this December, we pause to honor the histories associated with each of these faith-based traditions.

The Seton Hall University Libraries provides our research community with scholarly and popular resources that explore the foundations of solemn celebratory events. Start your pursuit of information via the following link to our  Online Book Catalog.

In addition, we are adding newly created resources and notices about all Religious Holidays, especially Christmas and Hanukkah on a local and global basis including:

History of Christmas at Seton Hall University Podcast

University Libraries Blog Archive – Christmas

University Libraries Blog Archive – Hanakkuh

The University Libraries staff wishes everyone a Joyous and Healthy Holiday Season ahead. We look forward to seeing you and serving your information needs in 2023!