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Selected articles, interviews and podcasts by staff and Research Associates of the Birkbeck Institute for the Study of Antisemitism.

Britain’s anti-Semitism problem

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Britain’s anti-Semitism problem

David Feldman

The New Statesman, 19 February 2024

Antisemitism and Criticism of Israel

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Antisemitism and Criticism of Israel

David Feldman

Council for the Defence of British Universities, 6 February 2024

On Slaughter and Solidarity

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On Slaughter and Solidarity

David Feldman and Brendan McGeever

Vashti, 9 November 2023

Antisemitism: The Past, Present & Future

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Antisemitism: The Past, Present & Future

Vikas Shah in conversation with David Feldman

Thought Economics, 30 November 2023

Where Does Antisemitism Come From?

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Where Does Antisemitism Come From?

Issac Chotiner interviews David Feldman

The New Yorker, 7 November 2023

Why the West’s ‘Anti-war’ Camp Is So Hostile to Ukrainians – and to Jews

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Why the West’s ‘Anti-war’ Camp Is So Hostile to Ukrainians – and to Jews

Ben Gidley and Jan Rybak

Haaretz, June 2023

The Politicisation of Migration Policy in the UK: How Responses Towards Ukrainians Seeking Refuge in the UK mirrors historical parallels

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The Politicisation of Migration Policy in the UK: How Responses Towards Ukrainians Seeking Refuge in the UK mirrors historical parallels

Eliana Hadjisavvas and Sebastian Musch

Alfred Landecker Foundation, June 2022

A Tale of Two Diseases – and of Race and Racism

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A Tale of Two Diseases – and of Race and Racism

Jan Rybak

Monitor Racism, May 2022

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The founding principle of the Institute is that the study of antisemitism is vital to understanding racialization, racism and religious intolerance.

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