Troubling Legacies: Anti-Judaism in Antiquity and Its Aftermath

The 2014 Yale Program for the Study of Antisemitism Annual Conference examined “Troubling Legacies: Anti-Judaism in Antiquity and Its Aftermath”. The four panels are available for viewing on YouTube.

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Panel  1: Non-Christian Greek and Roman Anti-Judaism?

Erich Gruen, “Was there Judeophobia in Classical Antiquity?”

Benjamin Isaac, “Greek and Roman Hostility: Cultural Incompatibility”

Dale B. Martin (moderated session)

Panel 2: John’s “Jews” and their Effective Force in Reception History

Adele Reinhartz, “The Devil Incarnate: John’s anti-Jewish legacy”

Ruth Sheridan, “Reproducing Johannine Anti-Judaism: The Case of Commentary on John 8:32”

Harold Attridge (moderated session)

Panel 3: Nineteenth Century Philosophy and Theology

George Kohler, “Supersessionism in Jewish-Christian Debates in Germany between 1830-1870”

Anders Gerdmar, “The Construction of the Jews in 19th Century German Protestantism: the Case of Tübingen professors Beck and Baur.”

Paul Franks (moderated session)
Joshua Ezra Burns (respondent)

Panel 4: Contemporary Legacies

Sarah Hammerschlag, “The figure of the Jew and the New Universalism”

Ward Blanton, “What is an Apparatus?” Machineries of Paulinism and the Force of the Name ‘Jew'”

J. Kameron Carter, “(In-)Sovereignty in Palestine: Négritude and the Reproductions of Colonialism.”

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