Journal of Contemporary European Antisemitism (JCEA) Published bi-annually, beginning spring 2017

Journal of Contemporary European Antisemitism (JCEA) Published bi-annually, beginning spring 2017

Journal of Contemporary European Antisemitism (JCEA)
Boston, MA
United States
Vom - Bis
01.08.2016 -
Academic Studies Press, Boston, MA, US

Journal of Contemporary European Antisemitism (JCEA)

Published bi-annually, beginning spring 2017

Clemens Heni (Director, The Berlin Intl. Center for the Study of Antisemitism (BICSA))

Rusi Jaspal (De Montfort University, UK)
Lesley Klaff (Sheffield-Hallam University, UK)
Neil Kressel (William Paterson University, US)
Michael Kreutz (The Berlin Intl. Center for the Study of Antisemitism (BICSA))

Ron Jontof-Hutter (The Berlin Intl. Center for the Study of Antisemitism (BICSA))


Edward Alexander (University of Washington, US)
Samuel Barnai (Hebrew University of Jerusalem)
Alan L. Berger (Florida Atlantic University, US)
Danny Ben-Moshe (Deakin University, Australia)
A.J. Caschetta (Rochester Institute of Technology, US)
Ben Cohen (The Tower Magazine, US)
Stephanie Courouble-Share (Inst. for the Study of Global Antisemitism and Policy, US, Israel (ISGAP))
Leonidas Donskis (Vytautas Magnus University, Lithuania)
Yoav Gelber (Interdisciplinary Center Herzliya, Israel)
Benno Herzog (University of Valencia, Spain)
Alfredo Hidalgo Lavié (The National Distance Education University, Spain)
Efraim Karsh (Kings College, UK; Bar-Ilan University, Israel)
Dovid Katz (Independent Scholar, Lithuania)
James Kirchick (Tablet Magazine, US)
Dimitri Kravvaris (Independent Scholar, Germany, Greece)
Richard Landes (Bar-Ilan University, Israel)
Denis MacShane (former MP, Labour, UK)
Éric Marty, Paris Diderot University (Paris VII), France
Fiamma Nirenstein (Interparliamentary Coalition on Combating Antisemitism (ICCA), Italy)
Stephen Norwood (The University of Oklahoma, US)
Andrei Oișteanu (University of Bucharest, Romania)
Rafal Pankowski (Collegium Civitas, Poland)
David Patterson (The University of Texas at Dallas, US)
Daniel Pipes (President, The Middle East Forum (MEF), US)
Eunice Pollack (University of North Texas, US)
Asaf Romirowsky (The Middle East Forum (MEF), US)
Samuel Salzborn (University of Göttingen, Germany)
Gerald Steinberg (Bar-Ilan University, Israel)
Shmuel Trigano, (University of Paris X-Nanterre, France)
Susanne Urban (Independent Scholar, Germany)
Laurence Weinbaum (The Israel Journal of Foreign Affairs)
Elhanan Yakira (Hebrew University, Jerusalem)
Jakob Zollmann (Berlin Social Science Center, Germany)
Efraim Zuroff (Director, Simon Wiesenthal Center, Jerusalem Office)

Termed a “lethal obsession” and the “longest hatred” by historian Robert S. Wistrich, antisemitism is both genocidal and very malleable. In Europe, Jew-hatred developed, prospered, and eventually culminated in the unprecedented crimes of the Holocaust. Today, antisemitism appears mostly in three different forms: 1) “traditional” antisemitism, including anti-Judaism, blood libels, and conspiracy myths, among other tropes; 2) Holocaust denial or distortion, which has a particular meaning in Eastern Europe; and 3) hatred of Israel or anti-Zionist antisemitism. These current manifestations of antisemitism motivate attacks and murderous events across Europe. Aggressive rallies, often tied to events in the Middle East, are increasingly common and often characterized by rampant antisemitic sentiments, many of which emanate from Islamists, but also from the far right and the far left. Increasingly, antisemitism is becoming part of the mainstream and cultural elites, too. Cosmopolitanism, universalism, or post-nationalism, very important factors in European political culture, have a more ambivalent connotation when it comes to the Jewish state of Israel. Recent scholarship has even analyzed antisemitism deriving from parts of anti-racist communities.

The Journal of Contemporary European Antisemitism, the first of its kind, will cover all forms of antisemitism found in today’s Europe. We invite scholars from all relevant disciplines across the social sciences and humanities to send us their original research articles. Overseen by an international team of editors, this rigorously peer-reviewed journal hopes to become a forum where scholars from diverse political and intellectual backgrounds can analyze, debate, and formulate effective responses to the ever-evolving and insidious threat of Jew-hatred in Europe.

All inquiries may be directed to

Deadline for submissions: Aug 1, 2016



Clemens Heni

The Berlin International Center for the Study of Antisemitism (BICSA)
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