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Not your father's antisemitism : hatred of the Jews in the twenty-first century

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Not your father's antisemitism : hatred of the Jews in the twenty-first century
Call No: 305.8924 B48n

Call Number305.8924 B48n
Statement of Responsibilityedited by Michael Berenbaum.
Creators & ContributorsBerenbaum, Michael (editor)
SummaryEssays by sixteen prominent scholars from diverse disciplines investigate antisemitism in the contemporary world debunking the fear that the 1930s is being revisited and discussing what is unique about 21st century antisemitism. —Publisher
  • Antisemitism in France and "Holocaust fatigue" / Nicolas Weill
  • Antisemitism and the contemporary Jewish condition / Richard L. Rubenstein
  • Antisemitism in France and antisemitism of France / Michael Berenbaum
  • Golem versus Muslim: anti-Americanism and antisemitism reunited / Nicolas Weill
  • Eastern Europe: antisemitism in the wake of Holocaust-related issues / Efraim Zuroff
  • Antisemitism in classical Islamic sources / John Kelsay
  • Contextualizing antisemitism in Islam: chosenness, choosing, and the emergence of new religion / Reuven Firestone
  • Antisemitism and contemporary Islam / Mehnaz M. Afridi
  • The cross and the crescent: divergent responses to antisemitism in contemporary Islam / Michael Berenbaum
  • The migration of discredited myths: the wandering Protocols / Richard S. Levy
  • Strange bedfellows? Western deniers and the Arab world / Robert A. Kahn
  • The experience of Jews in the United States and Europe illuminates American exceptionalism / Fred Cople Jaher
  • America is Different! Myths and realities in the study of antisemitism in the United States / Jerome A. Chanes
  • Transmigration of antisemitism: old myths, new realities / Mark Weitzman
  • Antisemitism and the new/old left / Samuel Edelman
  • The witness people myth, Israel, and anti-Zionism in the Western world / Richard L. Rubenstein
  • Anti-Israelism and antisemitism: common characteristics and motifs / Manfred Gerstenfeld
Physical Description xxvi, 382 pages ; 23 cm
Carrier Typevolume
PublisherSt. Paul, Minn. : Paragon House
Edition1st ed.
NotesIncludes bibliographical references and index
RecognitionGifted in 2009 by Adam Jones