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.