ONLINE“White Supremacy and Antisemitism: Lessons From the Capitol Attack” With Jonathan Sarna

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One of the rioters, at left, who broke into the Capitol was wearing a hoodie emblazoned with “Camp Auschwitz.” ITV

Jonathan D. Sarna is University Professor and the Joseph H. & Belle R. Braun Professor of American Jewish History at Brandeis University, where he directs the Schusterman Center for Israel Studies. His wide-ranging and extensive publications on American Jewish history and life include important analyses of American anti-Semitism.

Author or editor of more than 30 books on American Jewish history and life, Sarna’s “American Judaism: A History” (Yale 2004), recently published in a second edition, won six awards, including the 2004 “Everett Jewish Book of the Year Award” from the Jewish Book Council. His most recent books are (with Benjamin Shapell) “Lincoln and the Jews: A History” (St. Martin’s 2015) and “When General Grant Expelled the Jews” (Schocken/Nextbook 2012). His annotated edition of Cora Wilburn’s previously unknown 1860 novel, “Cosella Wayne” (University of Alabama Press), has also just appeared.

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