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This bibliography contains a list of reference articles and books relevant to discussion of the anti-Judaism and anti-Semitism in Medieval and early modern visual culture. Undoubtedly the moral urgency that animated earlier scholarship on the legacy of Christian anti-Judaism, myth-making and persecution, the spirit of outrage that produced epochal works of reproach and correction like Trachtenberg’s The Devil and the Jews (1943) and Jules Isaac’s Jésus et Israël (1948), has faded, despite the persistence of certain forms of anti-Semitism. The historical and cultural circumstances under which scholars in the western democracies now approach the history of Jewish-Christian conflict encourage a dispassionate attitude similar to the one attending the critical study of religion, or the history of culture, in general.

Keywords: anti-Judaism; anti-Semitism; Jewish-Christian conflict; visual culture



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