• Critical Theory Against Israel and the Jews

    How the contemporary Humanities takes the insights of post-Holocaust Jewish social critics - the Frankfurt School - and with the help of critics like Edward Said and Michel Foucault, turned them against the Jews and Israel.

  • George Steiner and the (Good) Stateless Jew

    How the great Jewish literary critic, George Steiner, prefers Jews in a new ghetto of their intellectual exile, providing a 1980s manifesto for progressive antisemitism.

  • Antisemitism and Intersectionality - Towards a New Pedagogy

    Moving beyond the idea of intersectionality, and ideas of diversity based on the exclusion of Jews and Israel, we consider a way of breaking the identity-politics stranglehold on the Humanities, and explore a possible pedagogy for the future of democracy.

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