Why There is no Place for Antisemites Like Me on Twitter

Having spent the last three decades studying and trying to contain antisemitism in various ways, the elite of German BDS storm troopers has informed me in no uncertain terms that in fact it is me who has been the antisemite all along. Let me explain. As some readers may now, the documenta, Germany’s internationally acclaimedContinue reading “Why There is no Place for Antisemites Like Me on Twitter”

My Final Review Article: Going with the Times. The Changing Face of Historical Scholarship Focusing on East European Jewry

Paul Klee, “Flowers of Sorrow” (1917), pen and ink on paper, mounted, 26 x 18 cm (previously collection Karl Julius Anselmino) When I was invited to write this review essay, I thought this might be one last opportunity to get my critique of the current course of scholarship on antisemitism in under the radar. Given thatContinue reading “My Final Review Article: Going with the Times. The Changing Face of Historical Scholarship Focusing on East European Jewry”

Just What the World was Waiting for: Yet another Blog

I have been involved in serious scholarship focusing, inter alia, on antisemitism and proper, serious (i.e. Frankfurt School) Critical Theory for the best part of a quarter of a century and will continue to grapple with these issues as a scholar. I am principally starting this blog as a forum in which I can present myContinue reading “Just What the World was Waiting for: Yet another Blog”