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Antisemitism Studies

Antisemitism Studies, a double-blind, peer-reviewed academic journal, provides the leading forum for scholarship on the millennial phenomenon of antisemitism, both its past and present manifestations. Multidisciplinary and international in scope, the semiannual journal publishes a variety of perspectives on, and interpretations of, the problem of antisemitism and its impact on society. Each issue is composed of a brief introduction by the editor, a selection of scholarly articles, and reviews of significant new books published on the subject.

Antisemitism Studies is published by Bloomington - Indiana University Press in partnership with the Canadian Insititute for the Study of Antisemitism (CISA).

The Journal of Antisemitism Studies is accessible here.

Holocaust and Genocide Studies

The Journal Holocaust and Genocide Studies (HGS) is the major forum for scholarship on the Holocaust and other genocides. Holocaust and Genocide Studies is an independent, peer-reviewed international journal featuring research articles, interpretive essays, and book reviews in the social sciences and humanities. 

The articles and reviews in Holocaust and Genocide Studies reflect the opinions of their authors. They do not reflect the opinions of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. The listing of a publication in the bibliography of "Recently Published Works" does not indicate endorsement by the Museum.

HGS is published by the Oxford University Press, more information on the Journal can be found here.

The Journal of Contemporary Antisemitism is published by Academic Study Press (Boston, MA) and available online via De Gruyter, more information on the Journal can be found here.

The Holocaust and Genocide Studies Journal can be found here.

Journal of Contemporary Antisemitism

The Journal of Contemporary Antisemitism (JCA) focuses on the multiple and changing manifestations of antisemitism in the contemporary world. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to, secular and religious antisemitism, antisemitism on the left and the right of the political spectrum, and antizionism.

The Journal is run by an international team of editors and is rigorously peer-reviewed. Its aim is to provide a forum in which scholars from diverse political and intellectual backgrounds can analyse, debate, and formulate effective responses to the ever-evolving and insidious threat of antisemitism.

The Journal of Contemporary Antisemitism is published by Academic Study Press (Boston, MA) and available online via De Gruyter, more information on the Journal can be found here.

The Journal of Contemporary Antisemitism can be found here. (De Gruyter)

Journal for Genocide Research

The Journal for Genocide Research (Zeitschrift für Genozidforschung), established in 1999 and published biannually by the Institute for Diaspora and Genocide Research at the Ruhr University Bochum, focuses on research work in the field of genocide research. In addition to descriptions of historical events, detailed studies on the development processes and phases of expulsion and genocide, on the causes of persecution and exclusion or on issues of international law are presented. A detailed review section provides information on new publications. Starting with the 2018 volume, the journal is published by Velbrück Wissenschaft. It is edited by Prof. Dr. Mihran Dabag and Dr. Kristin Platt in conjunction with the Institute's Board of Trustees.

More information on the Journal of Genocide Research can be found here

The Journal of Genocide Research is available here.

German Federal Agency for Civic Education (bpb) – Aus Politik und Zeitgeschichte. Antisemitismus

Aus Politik und Zeitgeschichte” - the supplement of the weekly newspaper “Das Parlament” - is published by the Federal Agency for Civic Education. The journal publishes scientifically sound, generally understandable articles on contemporary historical and social science topics as well as current political issues. It is a forum for controversial discussion, provides an introduction to complex areas of knowledge and offers a balanced mix of fundamental and topical analyses. The journal only publishes in German.

Two entire weekly supplements are dedicated to the topic of Antisemitism:

Please find an English summary of the publication (issue 26-27/2020) by Matthias Magdics here.

Yearbook for Antisemitism Research

The Yearbook for Antisemitism Research (Jahrbuch für Antisemitismusforschung) is a forum for academic contributions to research on Antisemitism, prejudice and minorities and aims to bring together this broad disciplinary spectrum. It is therefore interdisciplinary and internationally comparative. It publishes works on the history of hostility towards Jews, National Socialist persecution policy, the Holocaust, emigration and exile, right-wing extremism, minority conflicts and the theory of prejudice.

The Yearbook for Antisemitism Research is published by Metropol, edited by Stefanie Schüler-Springorum for the Center for Research on Antisemitism at the Technical University of Berlin. However, it is only available in German.

All editions of the Yearbook for Antisemitism Research can be found here.