Global Antisemitism: A Crisis Of Modernity: Volume III: Global Antisemitism: Past And Present (Volume 3)
Global Antisemitism: A Crisis of Modernity: Volume III: Global Antisemitism: Past and Present (Volume 3)
This volume presents a selection of the papers presented at the “Global Antisemitism: A Crisis of Modernity” conference organized at Yale University by YIISA/ISGAP in August 2010.
It is one of five volumes reflecting the interdisciplinary nature of the conference as well as the diverse nature of the subject of antisemitism in general.
These volumes will be of interest to students and scholars of antisemitism and discrimination, as well as to scholars and readers from other fields. Rather than treating antisemitism merely as an historical phenomenon, they place it squarely in the contemporary context. As a result, the papers presented in these volumes also provide important insights into the ideologies, processes, and developments that give rise to prejudice in the contemporary global context.
Volume III examines the manifestations and impacts of antisemitism in various regional contexts. Some of the papers focus on historical cases, while others focus on recent or contemporary matters. The following papers appear in this volume:
Introduction, Charles Asher Small; Antisemitism and Anti-Zionism in the “New” South Africa: Observations and Reflections, Milton Shain; The Politics of Paranoia: How—and Why—the European Radical Right Mobilizes Antisemitism, Xenophobia, and...