Hispania Judaica is a research group at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem dedicated to the study of the history of Jews and 'conversos' in the Iberian Peninsula. The project covers both the period before and after the expulsion of 1492. The website for Hispania Judaica offers information about all the activities organised by this research group, as well as their publications. Apart from a series of monographs and documentary collections in English on the subject, the research group publishes a bulletin. Although the full-contents for the bulletin are not available online, the site provides the tables of contents for current and past issues since 1998. Hispania Judaica has also a library,providing a comprehensive bibliography of books and periodicals, which may be extremely useful for the study of Sephardic Jewish history (available in .pdf format).
This is the website for the digitised version of the bi-weekly periodical Portugália: revista de cultura, tradição e renovação nacional, published between Ocober 1925 and March 1925. Despite its very short life (altogether 6 issues came out), the periodical is of immense significance in the history of Portuguese literature and culture, as it actively engaged with the modernisation of the country, and also with issues of national identity, the role of the Jewry in the history of Portugal, as part of the complex issues related to modernity, history and tradition. The site displays all the issues published. The documents are available in jpeg and pdf format. This digitisation is part of the Portuguese National Library's general project of digitising important documents, and this website is particularly useful for researchers of Portuguese cultural and history as it makes a rare document publicly available.