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FA-56061-11
Frontiers of Hate: Anti-Semitism and Empire in 19th-Century France
Dorian Bell, University of California, Irvine

Grant details: https://securegrants.neh.gov/publicquery/main.aspx?f=1&gn=FA-56061-11

"Hannah Arendt, the Jews, and the Labor of Superfluity" (Article)
Title: "Hannah Arendt, the Jews, and the Labor of Superfluity"
Author: Dorian Bell
Abstract: This article reconsiders Hannah Arendt's famous linkage of European anti-Semitism and imperialism, proposing that the arguments she advances are shaped by anxieties about a constitutive paradox in her notion of the state.
Year: 2012
Primary URL: http://frodo.ucsc.edu/~dbell1/Arendt_PMLA_article.pdf
Primary URL Description: Bell, Dorian. "Hannah Arendt, the Jews, and the Labor of Superfluity." PMLA 127: 4 (2012): 800-08. (PDF version residing on University of California, Santa Cruz server)
Access Model: open access
Format: Journal
Periodical Title: PMLA
Publisher: Modern Language Association

"Beyond the Bourse: Zola, Empire, and the Jews” (Article)
Title: "Beyond the Bourse: Zola, Empire, and the Jews”
Author: Dorian Bell
Abstract: This article takes the work of French novelist Emile Zola as a case study for understanding why late nineteenth-century metropolitan tensions produced by the "Jewish question" came so often to be projected onto imperial spaces.
Year: 2012
Primary URL: http://frodo.ucsc.edu/~dbell1/Beyond_the_Bourse_article.pdf
Primary URL Description: Bell, Dorian. "Beyond the Bourse: Zola, Empire, and the Jews," Romanic Review 102: 3-4 (2011): 485-501. (PDF version residing on University of California, Santa Cruz server)
Access Model: open access
Format: Journal
Periodical Title: Romanic Review
Publisher: Columbia University

"Zola, Nietzsche, Marx: Anti-Anti-Semitism and the Politics of Scale" (Conference Paper/Presentation) [show prizes]
Title: "Zola, Nietzsche, Marx: Anti-Anti-Semitism and the Politics of Scale"
Author: Dorian Bell
Abstract: This conference paper traced the genealogy of modern European anti-anti-Semitism, focusing in particular on how imperial circumstances similarly informed the anti-anti-Semitic thought of Emile Zola, Friedrich Nietzsche, and Karl Marx.
Abstract: This conference paper traces the genealogy of modern European anti-anti-Semitism, focusing in particular on how imperial circumstances similarly informed the anti-anti-Semitic thought of Emile Zola, Friedrich Nietzsche, and Karl Marx.
Date: 10/12/2012
Conference Name: 2012 Nineteenth-Century French Studies Colloquium

“Hannah Arendt and the Labor of Superfluity” (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: “Hannah Arendt and the Labor of Superfluity”
Author: Dorian Bell
Abstract: This conference paper reconsidered Hannah Arendt's famous linkage of European anti-Semitism and imperialism, proposing that the arguments she advances are shaped by anxieties about a constitutive paradox in her notion of the state.
Date: 1/7/2012
Conference Name: 2012 Modern Language Association (MLA) Convention

“Anti-Semitism ‘Old’ and ‘New’: The French Case Reconsidered” (Public Lecture or Presentation)
Title: “Anti-Semitism ‘Old’ and ‘New’: The French Case Reconsidered”
Abstract: This public invited lecture interrogated conventional assumptions about how present-day French Muslim anti-Semitism is in part a product of colonial history, countering that the way we understand colonial history is itself sometimes the effect of past anti-Semitism.
Author: Dorian Bell
Date: 10/7/2012
Location: Yale University


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