Unity and Diversity in Contemporary Antisemitism: The Bristol–Sheffield Hallam Colloquium on Contemporary Antisemitism

Unity and Diversity in Contemporary Antisemitism: The Bristol–Sheffield Hallam Colloquium on Contemporary Antisemitism

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Edited by Jonathan G. Campbell and Lesley D. Klaff

Series: Antisemitism Studies
ISBN: 9781618119667 (hardcover)
Pages: approx 280 pp.
Publication Date: Spring 2019

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Table of Contents

Acknowledgments
List of Contributors

Introduction
Jonathan G. Campbell and Lesley D. Klaff

Part 1: Defining Antisemitism

Struggles over the Contemporary Definition of Antisemitism
David Hirsh

Antisemitisms Plural: What is Understood as Antisemitism by Jews in Contemporary Europe
Daniel Staetsky

Anti-Zionism and Antisemitism
Bernard Harrison

Part 2: Responding to Antisemitism

Using S. 26 Equality Act 2010 to Combat Institutional Antisemitism: A Critical Race Perspective on Fraser v University and College Union 2013
Lesley D. Klaff

Evading Terror: the European Union’s Response to Lethal Antisemitism
Amy Elman

Denying the New Antisemitism: the Case of Norman Finkelstein
Alan Johnson

Part 3: Antisemitism and Extremism

Walking a Mile in Asghar Bukhari’s Shoes: Conspiracy Theories, Antisemitism and Extremism
Dave Rich

Antisemitism and Anti-Zionism in British Muslim Communities
Rusi Jaspal

Part 4: The Role of the Intellectuals

Western Intellectual Attitudes toward Antisemitism in the Arab and Muslim World
Matthias Küntzel

A Genealogy of the Radical Tradition of Contemporary Antisemitism
David Seymour

Hannah Arendt’s Jewish Writings: Contemporary Implications
Robert Fine

Index of names and subjects