Journal for the Study of Antisemitism

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Journal for the Study of Antisemitism  
Journal for the Study of Antisemitism
Language English
Edited by Steven K. Baum
Publication details
Publication history
2009-present[citation needed]
Frequency Biannually
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The Journal for the Study of Antisemitism is a biannual peer-reviewed academic journal which covers anthropological, sociological, psychological, legal, historical, philosophical, and political aspects of contemporary antisemitism.

History and format[edit]

The journal was established in 2009. Its founding editors were Steven K. Baum and Neal E. Rosenberg. An issue of the journal typically features five or six major articles, several essays and reviews.[1][2]


The inaugural issue of the journal edited by Michael Berenbaum was mired in politics when an article critical of the Berlin Centre for Antisemitism Research led to the temporary dismissal of editorial board member Clemens Heni. Several other board members resigned, but returned when Heni was reinstated.[3]


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