Antisemitism (authors)


Antisemitism (authors)

This is a list of resources analyzing antisemitism in the alphabetical order of author's name. See also Holocaust (resources) and Zionism and anti-Zionism (resources).

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A

B

*Yehuda Bauer

C

*Phyllis Chesler
*Irwin Cotler

E

*Todd Endelman

F

*Norman Finkelstein

*Jack Fischel

*Abraham Foxman
** "Never Again?: The Threat of the New Anti-Semitism"

*Edward Flannery
** (1985) "The Anguish of the Jews: Twenty-Three Centuries of Antisemitism (Paulist Press) ISBN 0809127024

G

*Manfred Gerstenfeld
*Andrew Goldberg
**"" Documentary film

J

*Josephus
** (1st century CE) "Against Apion"

K

*Brian Klug

L

*Walter Laqueur
** (2006) "The Changing Face of Antisemitism: From Ancient Times to the Present Day," Oxford University Press, ISBN 0-19-530429-2.

*Bernard Lewis
** (1986) "Semites and Antisemites"

*Deborah Lipstadt

P

*Léon Poliakov
** (1956) "Harvest of Hate: The Nazi Program for the Destruction of Jews in Europe"
** "The History of Anti-Semitism: From the Time of Christ to the Court Jews"
** "The History of Anti-Semitism: From Mohammed to the Marranos"
** "The History of Anti-Semitism: From Voltaire to Wagner"
** "The History of Anti-Semitism: Suicidal Europe. 1870-1933"

*Jonathan Sacks
*Kenneth S. Stern

T

*Pierre-André Taguieff

W

*Robert Wistrich
** (1990) "Between Redemption and Perdition: Modern Antisemitism and Jewish Identity." (Routledge) ISBN 0-415-04233-X
** (1990) "Anti-Zionism and Antisemitism in the Contemporary World." (New York University Press) ISBN 0-8147-9237-5
** (1992) "Antisemitism, the Longest Hatred." (Pantheon)
** (1995) "Who's Who in Nazi Germany." (Routledge) ISBN 0-415-12723-8
** (1995) "Terms of Survival." (Routledge) ISBN 0-415-10056-9
** (1999) "Demonizing the Other: Antisemitism, Racism and Xenophobia." (Routledge) ISBN 90-5702-497-7
** (2001) "Hitler and the Holocaust"

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Y

Z


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