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Course Structure and Discussion Guidelines

Week 1 - What is Antisemitism? Definitions and Origins

Week 2 - The Changing Face of Antisemitism

Week 3 - Genocidal Antisemitism: From World War I to the Holocaust

Week 4 – Contemporary Antisemitism: Far Right, Far Left, Holocaust Denial and Anti-Zionism

Week 5 - The Islamic and Arab world

Week 6 - Addressing Antisemitism

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