UCL, David Miller, Big Issues, Little Issues

Concern about antisemitism in British academia is currently focussed on two principal issues: the decision of its Academic Board to position UCL as an international beacon of antisemitism denial and promotion, and David Miller’s ongoing bizarre antisemitic ranting. The significance of the decision at UCL lies primarily in the fact that the body representing theContinue reading “UCL, David Miller, Big Issues, Little Issues”

Saying Farewell to the Antisemitic Cesspit that is UCL

I first came to UCL in 1998 to study with Jonathan Israel as an intercollegiate student. From 2000 to 2003, having been awarded a Major Graduate School Research Scholarship, I undertook my doctoral research in the Hebrew & Jewish Studies Department. Since 2003, I have held an honorary appointment in Hebrew & Jewish Studies, whereContinue reading “Saying Farewell to the Antisemitic Cesspit that is UCL”

It Wasn’t me, Sir, it Was the Reservoir What Done it

The Pears Institute for the Study of Antisemitism Tries its Hand at Satire: On “Labour and Antisemitism: A Crisis Misunderstood” by Ben Gidley, Brendan McGeever and David Feldman Distinguishing Between Antisemites and Antisemitism: The IHRA Definition of Antisemitism Impact vs. “Outcomes”: Structural Antisemitism The Cherry on the Satirical Cake: Taking Cherry-Picking to a Whole NewContinue reading “It Wasn’t me, Sir, it Was the Reservoir What Done it”