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Sites of European Antisemitism in the Age of Mass Politics, 1880–1918
Robert Nemes, ed.; Daniel Unowsky, ed.; Hillel Kieval, afterword

Brandeis University Press



Contents

Acknowledgments
• Introduction—
Robert Nemes and Daniel Unowsky
• PART 1. CATHOLICISM, ANTISEMITISM, AND ANTI-JEWISH VIOLENCE
• Local Violence, Regional Politics, and State Crisis: The 1898 Anti-Jewish Riots in Habsburg Galicia—
Daniel Unowsky
• Catholics and the Rhetoric of Antisemitic Violence in fin-de-siècle France—
Vicki Caron
• “L’Osservatore Cattolico” and Davide Albertario: Catholic Public Relations and Antisemitic Propaganda in Milan—
Ulrich Wyrwa
• PART 2. LOCAL VIOLENCE AND “ETHNIC” POLITICS
• The Brusturoasa Uprising in Romania—
Iulia Onac
• From Boycott to Riot: The Moravian Anti-Jewish Violence of 1899 and Its Background—
Michal Frankl
• “An Antisemitic Aftertaste”:
Anti-Jewish Violence in Habsburg Croatia—Marija Vulesica
• PART 3. THE CIRCLE WIDENS
• “Trouble Is Yet Coming!”: The British Brothers League, Immigration, and Anti-Jewish Sentiment in London’s East End, 1901–1903—
Sam Johnson
• Bigamy and Bigotry in the Austrian Alps: Antisemitism, Gender, and the “Hervay Affair” of 1904—
Alison Rose
• The Blood Libel on Greek Islands in the Nineteenth Century—
Mary Margaroni
• PART 4. REVOLUTION AND WAR
• “Horrible Were the Avengers, but the Jews Were Horrible, Too”: Anti-Jewish Riots in Rural Lithuania in 1905—
Klaus Richter
• Duty and Ambivalence: The Russian Army and Pogroms, 1903–1906—
Gerald D. Surh
• Refugees and Antisemitism in Hungary during the First World War—
Robert Nemes
• Afterword: European Antisemitism, the Search for a Pattern—
Hillel J. Kieval
• Notes
• About the Contributors
• Index

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