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Denial and Repression of Antisemitism

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Jovan Byford

Acknowledgements

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1My thanks are due first to the Hebrew University’s Sassoon International Centre for the Study of Antisemitism (SICSA) for providing financial support for the research project that resulted in this book. I am especially grateful to Prof. Robert Wistrich, director of the Vidal Sassoon Centre, and to Dr. Leon Volovici, Head of Research, for giving my proposal serious consideration and for their encouragement. My gratitude goes also to Michael Billig and Filip David for their friendship, advice and support.

2I am grateful to the following journals for their permission to include in the book portions of the articles previously published under their auspices: Analysis of Current Trends in Antisemitism (published by the SICSA) for “From Traitor to Saint: Bishop Nikolaj Velimirović in Serbian public memory” (2004) ACTA, no. 22, 1–41; Patterns of Prejudice (Routledge), for “‘Serbs never hated the Jews’: the denial of antisemitism in contemporary Serbian Orthodox Christian culture”, 40 (2), 2006, 159–180; State, Religion and Society (Routledge) for “Distinguishing ‘Anti-Judaism’ From ‘Antisemitism’: Recent championing of the Serbian Bishop Nikolaj Velimirović”, 34 (1), 2006, 7–31; and East European Perspectives (published online by Radio Free Europe) for “Canonizing the ‘Prophet’ of anti-Semitism: The apotheosis of Bishop Nikolaj Velimirović and the legitimisation of religious anti-Semitism in contemporary Serbian society” (March 2004).

3I would also like to thank the Editorial Board of Central European University Press and Linda Kunos for their efficient management of the editorial and publication process, and Réka Benczes for her meticulous copy-editing.

4Finally, I would like to thank my family and especially my partner Sabina Mihelj, for being there for me.

© Central European University Press, 2008

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