Antisemitism in America: An Update 1995-2012

By Leonard Dinnerstein, Professor Emeritus

Department of History, The University of Arizona

To read “Antisemitism in America: An Update 1995-2012,” click HERE

This essay was originally published in the Journal for the Study of Antisemitism, Volume 4 Issue #2 2012.


Professor Dinnerstein Biographical sketch:      I was born on May 5, 1934, in the Bronx, New York.  I remained in New York for 36 years before moving to Tucson, Arizona, in 1970, where I have lived ever since.

I did my undergraduate and graduate work  at the College of the College of the City of New York (CCNY) and received a B. S. S. in 1955.  My advanced degrees were from Columbia University (M.A., 1960; Ph. D. 1966),  which is also in New York City.

I taught at various colleges in New York City in the 1960s and then moved to the History Department at the University of Arizona in 1970.  I remained there until I retired in2003.

My publications include THE LEO FRANK CASE (1968), AMERICA AND THE SURVIVORS OF THE HOLOCAUST (1968), and ANTISEMITISM IN AMERICA  (1994), which won the National Jewish Book Award for best work in History, 1993-1994.


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