On Disgrace and Honor: Hannah Arendt, Stefan Zweig, and Central European Despair


Fighting against a world in whose eyes it is a shame to be a Jew.

Hannah Arendt and the Catastrophes of the 20th Century


A new film brings to life the persona of the much-debated philosopher.

Hannah Arendt and the Origins of Israelophobia


The great anti-totalitarian thinker was no friend to the Jewish state.

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Collaborators in the War against the Jews: Judith Butler


Fanning the flames of anti-Semitism at Berkeley.

Symposium: Is Hannah Arendt Still Relevant?


David Satter and Bernard Wassertein battle it out on Arendt’s definition of totalitarianism and its relevance for the terror war.