New York: New York University Press, 1991. Softbound. Octavo, glossy paper covers, viii, 406 pp., notes on contributors, index. Very Good. Item #66043
Introduction by the editors. Articles are "The Origins of Anti-Semitism: Ancient Evidence and Modern Interpretations," Nicholas de Lange, "The Lamb and the Scapegoat: The Dehumanization of the Jews in Medieval Propaganda Imagery," Moshe lazar, "Traditional Prejudice and Reigious Reform: The Theological and Historical Foundations of Luther's Anti-Judaism," Jeremy Cohen, "Responses to Anti-Semitism in Midrashic Literature," Pinchas Hacohen Peli, "Jews as Magicians in Reformation Germany," R. Po-chia Hsia, "Stepping Out: The Writing of Difference in Rahel Varnhagen's Letters," Liliane Weissberg, Dualistic Thinking and the Rise of Ontological Antisemitism in Nineteenth-Century Germany: from Schiller's Franz Moor to Wilhelm Raabe's Moses Freudenstein," Walter H. Sokel, 'The Theme of Anti-Semitism in the Work of Austrian Jews," Ruth Kluger, "The Modern Charcater of Nienteenth-Century Russian Antisemitism," Alexander Orbach, Antisemtiism in Crisis Times on the United States: The 1920s and 1930s," Leonard Dinnerstein, "1918 and After: The Role of Racial Antisemitism in the Nazi Analysis of the Weimar Republic," Katz, "anti-semitism and the Killing of Latvia's Jews," Andrew Ezergailis, "The Rhetoric of Anti-Semitism in Postwar American Literature," Guy Stern, "Jewish Writers in Contemporary Germany: The Dead Author Speaks," Gilman, "The Arab World Discovers Anti-Semitism," Bernard Lewis, "The Jews of Iran: Between Shah and Khomeini," David Menashri, "German Reunification and the Jews," Gilman.