Antisemitism: Perspectives from Major Writers and Theorists

Wednesday, October 12 at 1:00pm

Virtual Event

This event is the second in the three-part event series associated with USC Shoah Foundation’s Scholar Lab on Antisemitism.

“Why the Jews?” Join us for another exploration of this question in the second event of USC Shoah Foundation’s Scholar Lab on Antisemitism event series. This moderated discussion will feature Dr. Jonathan Judaken of Rhodes College and Dr. Jeffrey Veidlinger of the University of Michigan, both the members of the Scholar Lab on Antisemitism program. As part of the discussion, Dr. Judaken and Dr. Veidlinger will present on their research projects examining how major theorists of antisemitism understand its underlying causes and what prominent writers and thinkers in the historical western tradition had written about Jews, respectively, focusing on what we can learn about antisemitism from these writings. The discussion will be moderated by Dr. Paul Lerner, Professor of History at USC.

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Lecture / Talk / Workshop, Event Highlights


Students, Alumni, Faculty/Staff, Neighbors


University Park Campus, Health Sciences Campus, Other Location



Free with advanced registration

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