SOURCE: New York Times
Deborah Lipstadt's Work Abroad as Antisemitism Envoy Complicated by Definitional Dispute
U.S. policy is guided by the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance's definition of antisemitism, though a growing coalition of scholars—including one of its original drafters—argue that the IHRA document is used to stifle criticism of Israel, particularly on campus.
Beinart: Some of Carter's Critics Should Apologize While they Can
by Peter Beinart
Peter Beinart says that Jimmy Carter's 2007 book "Peace Not Apartheid" had flaws, but many of its harshest critics ignored whether its claims about the Israeli occupation were factual and leaped to insinuation and outright accusation that Carter was motivated by antisemitism.
SOURCE: The New Yorker
Isaac Chotiner Interviews Deborah Lipstadt
Is partnership with repressive regimes like Saudi Arabia a good strategy to reduce antisemitism in the Middle East?
Sen. Ron Johnson Blocks Lipstadt Nomination to Global Antisemitism Panel
The Wisconsin Republican instead met with representatives of the trucker protest convoy.
Will Senate Move Deborah Lipstadt Appointment to Global Antisemitism Panel?
Leading American Jewish organizations have stressed the need for leadership and scholarship in the face of antisemitic incidents worldwide, and urged the Senate Foreign Relations Committee to advance Dr. Lipstadt's nomination.
SOURCE: The Atlantic
Deborah Lipstadt Appointment to Global Antisemitism Monitor Blocked by Partisan Obstructionism
"Right now, American influence is MIA and real Jews are suffering while Republicans play politics with this position."
SOURCE: New York Times
Charlottesville Civil Trial Brings Deborah Lipstadt into Court Against Hate Again
In a 48-page report she prepared for the trial, Lipstadt wrote that “this fear of active replacement by the Jew, derived directly from the historical underpinnings of antisemitism, is a central feature of contemporary antisemitism.”
Should we be worried about the results of the latest poll on the Holocaust?
Deborah Lipstadt says she was shocked to learn a third of Americans don’t know that 6 million Jews died.
SOURCE: Ted Talk
Video of the Week: Deborah Lipstadt Ted Talk
by Deborah Lipstadt
Behind the lies of Holocaust denial.
Holocaust Historian Deborah Lipstadt Explains Why People Believe Trump's Lies
In an interview with Esquire Magazine she warns that the media have to call out Donald Trump for his lies.
Historian Deborah Lipstadt ‘Overwhelms’ Fellow Passengers Watching In-Flight Movie ‘Denial,’ Based on the Infamous Lawsuit Filed Against Her
These are the people who loved the movie and told her so.
Hilary Swank will play Emory historian Deborah Lipstadt in upcoming movie
Emory University historian Deborah Lipstadt's acclaimed 2005 book, "History on Trial: My Day in Court with a Holocaust Denier," which chronicles her exoneration by a British court in a sensational libel trial, is being made into a feature film.
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