It was a conference that almost didn’t happen, on a topic that shouldn’t matter. “Anti-Semitism in Post-Totalitarian Europe: Ten Years Later” took place in Prague this October, following up a 1992 conference on the same theme. But the event almost fell victim to the flood that had swept through the city two months earlier, as […]

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