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TAU ROTH CENTER: Annual Marianne and Ernst Pieper Lecture

Tel Aviv University - Faculty of the Humanities

The Minerva Institute for German History

The Roth Institute for the Study of Antisemitism and Raciscm

Annual Marianne and Ernst Pieper Lecture

Noble Anti-Semitism: "The Baron, the Jews and the Nazis: Journey into a Family History"

Jutta Ditfurth, Writer, Sociologist, Political Activist

Sunday, February 23, 2014 - 18:00-19:30 (Israel Standard Time)

Room 496, Gilman Building, Tel Aviv University

Lecture presented in English and Open to the Public

interview in Jewish Press with Stephen Norwood on Antisemitism and the American Far Left

Here is a link to an interview with Stephen H. Norwood in the Jewish Press on his latest book Antisemitism and the American Far Left. In the interview Norwood discusses the historical roots and development of antisemitism and anti-Zionism on the American far left as well as those occasions on which elements of the far left combatted antisemitism and supported Israel.


In answer to Mark's post on Sylabi, it's one of the first projects I wanted us to get started on so I'll see what our options are, and get details on how to, and get back to you soon on that.

One important item we do need is a sort of beginners reading list. We have many student members with the majority working on master's degrees. Often times professors require them to be members of this list as part of their class work. They usually don't participate and are often hesitant to ask questions, despite my encouragement to do so. 

I'm open to ideas and suggestions.