As well as our own resources, below are some links to other websites, blogs and pages, which contain a wealth of material built up over many years. Please note, selecting these links will take you to external websites.
The Journal of Contemporary Antisemitism: the leading peer-reviewed, scholarly publication in the field.
The Robert S. Wistrich Memorial Lecture 2017 Robert Wistrich and Holocaust Inversion: The British Context – Lesley Klaff
Durban Antizionism: its sources, its Impact, and its Relation to older anti-Jewish Ideologies – David Hirsh and Hilary Miller
How the Word “Zionist” Functions in Antisemitic Vocabulary – David Hirsh
Continuity and Discontinuity: From Antisemitism to Antizionism and the Reconfiguration of the Jewish Question – David Seymour
Labour’s Leaked Report: Who Is to Blame for Antisemitism in Britain’s Labour Party? – Dave Rich
Conceptual Vandalism, Historical Distortion: The Labour Antisemitism Crisis and the Limits of Class Instrumentalism – Matthew Bolton
Judeophobic Antisemitism among British Voters, 2016-2020 – Daniel Allington
The Contemporary Globalization of Political Antisemitism: Three Political Spaces and the Global Mainstreaming of the “Jewish Question” in the Twenty-First Century – Lars Rensmann
A Looming Threat? A Survey of Anti-Shechita Agitation in Contemporary Britain – James Mendelsohn
Antisemitism Studies: the journal published by our friends and colleagues at the Canadian Institute for the Study of Antisemitism (CISA) and Indiana University Press.
Engage: a resource that aims to help people counter the boycott Israel campaign in general, as well as the the assumptions and misrepresentations that lie behind it.
Some links relating to the IHRA definition of antisemitism – David Hirsh
A straightforward and practical resource for understanding Labour’s antisemitism problem – David Hirsh (April 2019)
Words of ambivalence for Holocaust Memorial Day at Goldsmiths, University of London – David Hirsh
Pete Willsman and the Al Jazeera spy – David Hirsh
Why BDS is antisemitic – David Hirsh
Fathom focuses on Israel and the Middle East, but has also carried a lot of significant material on antisemitism over the years.
Intersectionality and Antisemitism – Karin Stögner
David Hirsh in JN / Times of Israel
RN31 – Ethnic Relations, Racism and Antisemitism: a network of the European Sociological Association that a number of people who are building the London Centre have been involved in, going back to 2006.
Kantor Center for the Study of Contemporary European Jewry
Institute for the Study of Contemporary Antisemitism
Community Security Trust (CST)
Academic Engagement Network (AEN)
Brandeis Center for Human Rights Under Law
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