Keen to get started today? Here’s a shortlist of books and articles that have shaped our thinking on antisemitism.

Strange Hate, Keith Kahn-Harris

A British sociologist’s insight into how to approach tackling antisemitism as part of a broader anti-racist outlook

The Past Didn’t Go Anywhere, April Rosenblum

A 2007 pamphlet for left wing movements created by an American activist

The Past Didn’t Go Anywhere PDF

Understanding Antisemitism, Jews for Racial and Economic Justice (JFREJ)

An Amerocentric guide to antisemitism by a NYC based collective advocating for economic and social change

Understanding Antisemitism, Jews for Racial and Economic Justice PDF

The Colours of Jews, Melanie Kaye/Kantrowitz

A book designed to challenge assumptions about the Jewish community, by presenting the voices of Black Jews, Indian Jews, Sephardi Jews, Mizrahi Jews, and many other Jewish communities.

That’s Funny, You Don’t Look Antisemitic, Steven A. Cohen

A very funny 1980s guide to the history and practises of
antisemitism within the British left

‘That’s Funny, You Don’t Look Antisemitic’ The Full Guide

Socialist Antisemitism and its Discontents, Satnam Virdee

A deep look at antisemitism within British socialism at the turn of the century

Socialist Antisemitism and its Discontents in England, 1884–98

Skin in the Game, Eric K. Ward

An exploration of why antisemitism is so foundational to white nationalism

Skin in the Game by Eric K. Ward

The Jew’s Body, Sander Gilman

 An examination of the historic tropes around Jews’ bodies