Engage Journal 2006 – 2007

Issue 1  – January 2006

The Rise of a New Anti-Semitism in the UK – Shalom Lappin

The Right to Exist: anti-Zionism at the United Nations – Ben Cohen

Hating Science; Hating The Jews: What’s Philosophically Interesting About Anti-Semitism – Samuel Fleischacker

How Neoconservatives’ Shift from Left to Right Inspired Anti-Semitic Conspiracy Thinking – Ralph Seliger

A review of George Galloway’s new book – Dave Rich

Divestment Meets its Waterloo in Somerville, Massachusetts – Jon Haber

A review of Tsiolkas’ ‘Dead Europe’ – Dawn Cohen

David Seymour and David Hirsh – Engage Journal: January 2006 Issue 1 Editorial

Academic freedom and the limits of boycotts: some Kantian considerations – Jon Pike

Issue 2  – May 2006

Engage Journal Issue 2 – May 2006 Editorial – Alexandra Simonon

Karl Marx and the Radical Critique of Anti-Semitism – Robert Fine

Zionism and Apartheid:The Analogy in the Politics of International Law – John Strawson

From ‘Judas’ to ‘Jewish Capital’: Antisemitic Forms of Thought in the German Communist Party (KPD) in the Weimar Republic, 1918-1933 – Olaf Kistenmacher

“The” Jews as products of globalisation – Evelien Gans

Nasty or Nazi? The use of antisemitic topoi in the left-liberal media – Winston Pickett

Stereotypes in the Academy: Anti-Zionism and Anti-Semitism on US College Campus – Christopher MacDonald-Dennis

The case of David Irving: “Revisionism” and freedom of expression – Karl Pfeifer

Issue 3 – September 2006

On Blood Libels – Anthony Julius

Invisible in Oxford: The ‘Public Face’ of Medieval Jewish History in Modern England

The French Left and political Islam : secularism versus the temptation of an alliance – Jean-Yves Camus

From ‘Jewish Capital’ to the ‘Jewish-Fascist Legion in Jerusalem’: The Development of Antizionism in the German Communist Party (KPD) in the Weimar Republic, 1925-1933 – Olaf Kistenmacher

On the Rights and Wrongs of Terrorism – Anthony Lesser (review)  Ted Honderich, Humanity, Terrorism, Terrorist War: Palestine, 9/11, Iraq, 7/7, London

The Aftermath of a Forgery – Larry Ray (review)  Hadassa Ben-Itto, The Lie That Wouldn’t Die – The Protocols of the Elders of Zion

Booze, Bigotry or Both? Mel Gibson’s Jewish Problem – Daniel Burston

Marx and the radical critique of difference – Larry Ray

Issue 4 – February 2007

Making Emotional Sense of the Proposed Boycotts against Israeli Academics and Intellectuals – Catherine B. Silver

The Left and the Holocaust – David Rich

Dealing with Anti-Semitism in Britain – Shalom Lappin

Cure worse than the disease: academic boycott of Israel in the light of the academic boycott of South Africa – Mira Vogel

The Abuse of Holocaust Memory: The Far Right, the Far Left and the Middle East – Michael Ezra

The Australia/Israel Jewish Affairs Council: Good or Bad for Australian Jewry? – Philip Mendes

Globalization & Antisemitism: Muslim Judeophobia in Europe – Avram Hein 

Special Issue –  April 2007

Is an academic boycott of Israel justified? – Michael Yudkin – Engage Journal Special Issue – April 2007

Issue 5 – September 2007

Anti-Jewish stereotypes in Swedish public discourse – Henrik Bachner

Antisemitic insults: a lexicon – Jonothon Green

The Left and Anti-Semitism today – Philip Spencer 

“Old” and “New”: Contemporary British Antisemitism – Mark Gardner

Historical Truth and Antisemitism – Eric B. Litwack

Book review: The Resurgence of Anti-Semitism: Jews, Israel and Liberal Opinion – Philip Mendes  The Resurgence of Anti-Semitism: Jews, Israel and Liberal Opinion By Bernard Harrison

One Response to “Engage Journal 2006 – 2007”

  1. josephinebacon Says:

    Excellent summary of antisemites and Holocaust deniers.

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