Antisemitism in Europe Today: the Phenomena, the Conflicts

Online Publication Arising from the Conference of the Same Name at the Jewish Museum Berlin

This publication is devoted to manifestations of antisemitism in Europe today. It adopts a comparative perspective and includes findings from eleven European countries. The essays are based on talks that were held at the conference of the same name organized by the Center for Research on Antisemitism at the Technical University Berlin, the Foundation Remembrance, Responsibility, and Future, and the Jewish Museum Berlin.

Because the common spelling "anti-Semitism" indicates the existence of a "Semitism" that is preceded by the hyphenated prefix "anti-" to form its opposite, here "antisemitism" will be written as one word, contrary to common usage.

This publication does not express the opinions of the Center for Research on Antisemitism at the Technical University Berlin, the Jewish Museum Berlin, or the Foundation "Remembrance, Responsibility and Future." The authors bear responsibility for their own statements.

Antisemitism in Europe Today: the Phenomena, the Conflicts (Introduction)

by Werner Bergmann

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What Do We Mean When We Say 'Antisemitism'?

by Brian Klug

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What Do We Mean by Antisemitism? A Response to Brian Klug

by Detlev Claussen

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Traditional Forms of Antisemitism in Europe

Antisemitic Prejudices and Dynamics of Antisemitism in Post-Communist Hungary

by András Kovács

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Notions of Jewish Power, Manipulation and Conspiracies in Contemporary Antisemitism in Sweden

by Henrik Bachner

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Antisemitism in the Context of Racism and Hostility towards other Minorities

Anti-Antisemitic Enthusiasm and Selective Philosemitism: Geert Wilders, the PVV and the Jewsh3>

by Evelien Gans

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Hate Thy Imaginary Neighbor: An Analysis of Antisemitism in Slovakia

von Lenka Bustikova und Petra Guasti

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New Antisemitism – Criticism of Israel or Antisemitism?

Antisemitism, anti-Zionism and Criticism of Israel in Germany – the Dynamics of a Discursive Field

by Peter Ullrich

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Anti-Zionism and Antisemitism in Britain

by David Feldman

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New Antisemitism - Criticism of Israel or Antisemitism: Turkey

by Dilek Gueven

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Anti-Judaism – Religion and anti-Jewish and pro-Israeli Reactions

Traditional and yet modern? On the increase in traditional antisemitism in Poland

by Lara Benteler, Michał Bilewicz, Mikołaj Winiewski

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Antisemitism in Spain: A Religion-Based anti-Judaism?

by Anna Menny

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Remembering the Holocaust and Antisemitism

Antisemitism in Austria after the Shoah

by Margit Reiter

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Antisemitism and Attitudes Towards the Holocaust. Empirical Studies from Poland

von Jolanta Ambrosewicz-Jacobs

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Holocaust Memory and Antisemitism in Lithuania: Reversed Memories of the Second World War

by Gintare Malinauskaite

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