Sol Goldberg, Scott Ury, Kalman Weiser, eds., Key Concepts in the Study of Antisemitism (Palgrave, 2021)
We are delighted to announce the publication of Key Concepts in the Study of Antisemitism (Palgrave, 2021). Co-edited by Sol Goldberg, Scott Ury and Kalman Weiser, the volume includes over twenty essays regarding the relationship between select “Key Concepts” and antisemitism in the academic and public realms.
Written by leading scholars from a range of disciplines, each chapter highlights the history of a particular concept, details its various uses and changing meanings over time, and highlights its central role in the current study of and debates regarding antisemitism.
Structured around concepts rather than chronology or geography, the volume is designed as a pedagogical tool for scholars teaching undergraduate and graduate courses about antisemitism, the Holocaust, and Genocide Studies as well as about other forms of prejudice and hatred.
Key Concepts in the Study of Antisemitism also serves as an up to date reference book for scholars and students embarking on new research projects or those interested in learning more about the study of antisemitism and its relationship to other fields.
Table of Contents
Introduction, Kalman Weiser
Anti-Judaism, Jonathan Elukin
Anti-Semitism (Historiography), Jonathan Judaken
Anti-Zionism, James Loeffler
Blood Libel, Hillel J. Kieval
The Catholic Church, Magda Teter
Conspiracy Theory, Jovan Byford
Emancipation, Frederick C. Beiser
Gender, Sara R. Horowitz
Ghetto, Daniel B. Schwartz
The Holocaust, Richard S. Levy
Jewish Self-hatred, Sol Goldberg
Nationalism, Brian Porter-Szűcs
Nazism, Doris L. Bergen
Orientalism, Ivan Kalmar
Philosemitism, Maurice Samuels
Pogrom, Jeffrey Kopstein
Post-colonialism, Bryan Cheyette
Racism, Robert Bernasconi
Secularism, Lena Salaymeh & Shai Lavi
Sinat Yisrael, Martin Lockshin
Zionism, Scott Ury