London Conference: 21st Century Antisemitism

11th–13th September 2022

Bloomsbury Theatre, London and

Institute of Child Health, 30 Guilford St, London WC1N 1EH

Confirmed speakers:

Alvin Rosenfeld, Annette Seidel-Arpacı, Anthony Julius, Balázs Berkovits, Daniel Chernilo, Eric Heinze, David Hirsh, David Seymour, Howard Jacobson, John Mann, Karin Stögner, Matthias Küntzel, Philip Spencer, Stephan Grigat

Call For Papers & Panels

Email 200-word abstracts with short bio telling us who you are to:

The deadline for abstracts and panel proposals is 1st March 2022.

We are asking for papers and proposals for panels on:

Relationships between 21st century antisemitism and previous antisemitisms

Soviet and Communist antizionism and their enduring impact

Antizionism as a distinct anti-Jewish ideology

BDS and antizionism

The Corbyn movement

The significance of the contested definitions of antisemitism

Jewish, Muslim and Christian antisemitism and antizionism

21st century antisemitism and antizionism in:
Eastern Europe

Antizionism and antisemitism in intellectual discourse:
Holocaust and Genocide Studies
Antisemitism Studies, Israel Studies and Jewish Studies
Post-Colonial Studies, Critical Race Theory and ‘Whiteness’ Studies
Gender Studies
LGBTQ+ Studies

Antisemitism, the ‘New Populism’ and contempt for the democratic state

Antisemitism and conspiracy fantasy, in particular relating to the Covid crisis

At the conference there will also be a major public event to launch the new centre.

The conference is an academic conference, but non-academics are welcome.
Please plan to come to London for September but if we have to go online, we will.
Please share this call for papers around your networks.

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