"Virtuous Antisemitism: What Jean Améry Can Teach Us About Anti-Zionism and Antisemitism on the Left"
January 30, 2022
Essays on Antisemitism, Anti-Zionism, and the Left
by Jean Amery
Edited by Marlene Gallner
Foreword by Alvin H. Rosenfeld
Translated by Lars Fischer
Published by: Indiana University Press
Marlene Gallner studied Political Science, Philosophy, History, Jewish Studies, and Austrian Studies at the University of Vienna and the University of Maryland, College Park, with a focus on the impact of Nazism and the Shoah, Germany’s dealing with the past, and the evolution of antisemitism. She is one of the editors of sans phrase. Zeitschrift für Ideologiekritik, the Vienna-based biannual German-language journal dedicated to social and cultural analyses in the tradition of Frankfurt School critical theory. She has been running educational programs in Germany, Austria, and Israel and has lectured and published widely on antisemitism, post-war German society, and post-Shoah philosophy. Her English-language publications include “Like a Cloud Contains a Storm. Jean Améry’s Critique of Anti-Zionism” (Fathom, Autumn 2016). She is the editor of Jean Améry. Essays on Antisemitism, Anti-Zionism, and the Left (Indiana University Press, 2022).