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The academic study of modern antisemitism and Judeophobia requires a thorough analysis of primary sources across multiple languages, genres, and formats. This bibliographic database identifies a significant variety of books, pamphlets, ephemera, and selected articles, either written in English or translated into English, from the beginning of the 19th century extending to 2022 imprints. The sources come from different countries around the world and the texts reflect a wide diversity of religious, extremist, and nationalist ideologies. A large percentage of the more than 9,200 texts are blatant hate propaganda and theologically driven, while others are considerably more subtle in tone. A major feature of this bibliography are the descriptive annotations, often with quotes from cited sources, and the identification of owning libraries and repositories where copies are located. The bibliography can be searched by author, title, and publication year.
Here you will find instructions for searching the Singerman Bibliography of Antisemitic Texts in English and explanations of the individual search functions.
You have following options for searching.
The search form allows you to search using various search criteria. To do so, select the appropriate criterion in the search field and enter your search term(s) in the search field. The following search criteria are available:
These operators can be combined with each other.
Please note: The search is not case sensitive. Truncation does not work currently in title search.
You have the option to apply several search criteria at the same time. To do this, click on "Add row" in the search form. This creates a second search field in which you can set another search criterion (or else the same one). You can create as many additional search fields as you like.
If you use more than one search field, the search will find all entries that match all search criteria (“Search for all of these terms”) (AND). Instead, you can also select “Search for any of these terms” (OR) above the search fields, which will cause the search to find all entries that match at least one of the searched criteria.
By clicking on "Add NOT" you create a search field to which you can assign a search criterion. Terms entered in this search field will be excluded from the search. You can add this search field as often as you like.
By combining the above functions, you are able to perform very specific searches.
You want to search the Singerman Bibliography of Antisemitic Texts in English for all entries that mention the name "Jacob" and were published between “1900” and “1950”. However, you want to exclude entries that mention the place “London” from the search. For this you use the search form as follows:
The results that match your search are listed on one or more pages. The number of search results as well as the search criteria can be found above the results list.
Each search result consists of the title of the entry, author(s) if existent, access information, entry type, online publication date (print publication date in brackets, if applicable), the cover of the database as well as a button to download the PDF ("Download PDF"), if available, and a text preview showing relevant text passages and highlighting the searched term in yellow (only for Full Text search criterion).
You can access a search result by clicking on the title or cover of the database. If you do not have access to the database, please log in first.
The search results are sorted by relevancy (frequency and weighting of the searched terms). You can also sort by date ("New to old" or "Old to new") or by title ("A to Z" or "Z to A").
Furthermore, instead of the default 10 results per page, you can also display 20, 50 or 100 results per page.
The search results can be further restricted under "Filter Results". Various filter options are available for this:
All filters can be combined with each other. Filtering by certain filter options excludes further certain filter options if there are no entries which match both options.