DH Jewish Hackathon at University of Potsdam
The Network for Digital Humanities at the University of Potsdam, together with the Moses Mendelssohn Center for European-Jewish Studies and the Fellows Yael Netzer, Itay Marienberg-Milikowsky, and Gerben Zaagsma is hosting a DH Jewish Hackathon from 15th to 18th September 2022 in Potsdam. 
HUC-JIR Jewish Language Project

Wherever Jews have lived around the world, they have spoken and written in language distinct from their non-Jewish neighbors – from Yiddish and Ladino to Judeo-Italian and Judeo-Malayalam. The Jewish Language Website is an online repository of information and resources about this linguistic diversity, including descriptions of 23 languages, samples of texts and audiovisual materials, maps, lists of translators and researchers, syllabi, bibliographies, and online dictionaries. 

Experiencing History: Holocaust Sources in Context
Experiencing History was created by the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum and provides curated, contextualized, fully digital, and translated primary sources on the Holocaust. These are organised in a variety of collections and three overarching major themes.
Medieval Ashkenaz - Corpus of Sources on the History of the Jews in the Late Medieval Empire
Medieval Ashkenaz is a project conducted by the Arye Maimon Institute for Jewish History at Trier University. It aims at collecting, describing, annotating and presenting all written sources relating to the history of the Jews in the area covered by the German Empire between 1273 and 1519, as long as these sources can be dated and/or located.
Klezmer Archive Project
The Klezmer Archive project is creating a universally accessible, useful resource for interaction, discovery, and research on Ashkenazic klezmer and associated musics including Hassidic music, nign, and Yiddish Song.
Corpus Masoreticum. The Inculturation of the Masora in Western European Jewish Learning Culture from the 11th to the 13th Centuries.

Corpus Masoreticum: The Inculturation of the Masora in Western European Jewish Learning Culture from the 11th to the 13th Centuries. Digital Development of a Forgotten Culture of Knowledge

Talmud Yerushalmi Digital Critical Edition

A digital critical edition of the Talmud Yerushalmi (Jerusalem Talmud), including exact emended text based on Leiden manuscript and corrections from other manuscripts, citations, parallels and research literature. The edition includes apparatuses of parallels in Rabbinic Literature, citations in Rishonim, bibliography, editorial comments and explanatory notes.

In Geveb: A Journal of Yiddish Studies
In Geveb aims to be a central address for the study of all things Yiddish—a focal point for discussions of Yiddish literature, language, and culture, and a home for the next generation of Yiddish scholarship.
PEACE - Portal of Epigraphy, Archaeology, Conservation and Education on Jewish Funerary Culture
When studying the history of a people one may learn a myriad of details from the ways in which they chose to remember and immortalize their dead.
Yerusha - European Jewish Archives Portal
Yerusha (Hebrew for "inheritance") is an online platform which unites Jewish archival heritage held in hundreds of archives, libraries and museums across Europe. An initiative of the Rothschild Foundation Hanadiv Europe, Yerusha features thousands of in-depth archival descriptions giving researchers access to a wealth of records covering all major subjects of Jewish history. 
Welcome to the new #DHJewish website
21 June 2022 - Today we are very happy to launch the new website #DHJewish - Jewish Studies and Digital Humanities. #DHJewish offers a single access point to news, events, projects + more on the intersection of Jewish Studies and Digital Humanities.