|"If the antisemites want to hate, let them hate, and let them go to hell."
David Ben-Gurion in a letter to someone who feared Israel's kidnapping
and trial of Adolf Eichmann would provoke antisemitism
Jewish Badge: Rotella (Medieval Germany)
The Center's Felix Posen Bibliographic Project on Antisemitism is the world's most comprehensive database on the subject; it contains detailed references to monographs, periodical articles, and other material. To access this bibliography via 'telnet', you must be able to run a telnet session (har2.huji.ac.il). The username is SICSA; no password is necessary.
One of the many valuable research tools offered by the Felix Posen Bibliographic Project on Antisemitism is the The Bibliography of Antisemitism's thesaurus which offers "a list of concepts used as a guideline for assigning keywords." Knowledge of these keywords greatly facilitates searches of the bibliography.
In addition to providing a current, on-line database, the Felix Posen Bibliographic Project offers extensive printed bibliographies. Twelve volumes of the published series Antisemitism: An Annotated Bibliography, edited by Susan S. Cohen, covering publications from 1984-1996, are available. Volume 13 (1997) is in preparation. (The series is available from K.G. Saur Verlag.)
Edited by Rena R. Auerbach, The "Jewish Question" in German Speaking Countries, 1848-1914, is available in print as The "Jewish Question" in German Speaking Countries, 1848-1914: A Bibliography (New York: Garland, 1994). Auerbach's bibliography "documents Jewish life and thought in Germany, Austria-Hungary and Switzerland, and the relations of these countries with the Jews living in their midst, in the years 1848-1914. The literature listed is both from and about that period." It continues and extends Volkmar Eichstädt's Bibliographie zur Geschichte der Judenfrage (1750-1848).
The Center's very impressive Studies in Antisemitism Series currently includes four volumes:
The Studies in Antisemitism Series "brings together in one series major worldwide research on this complex phenomenon from which the student and decision-maker as well as the general public may learn. The studies cover antisemitism, ancient and modern, from a broad range of perspectives: historical, religious, political, cultural, social, psychological, and economic."
- The Catholic Church and Antisemitism, Poland, 1933-1939,
By Ronald Modras.
- Russian Antisemitism, Pamyat, and the Demonology of Zionism,
By William Korey
- Vichy Law and the Holocaust in France,
By Richard H. Weisberg.
- Demonizing the Other: Antisemitism, Racism, and Xenophobia,
Edited by Robert S. Wistrich.