Danae Karydaki, supervised by Daniel Pick, was awarded her doctorate in 2016 for a thesis entitled 'Mapping ‘Man’s Inhumanity to Man’: A Historical and Historiographical Investigation into the Columbus Centre for the Study of Persecution and Genocide (University of Sussex, 1961-1981)”. She now writes for various news websites, newspapers and political magazines and as a freelance editor and translator.
Dave Rich, supervised by David Feldman, was awarded his doctorate in 2015 for a thesis entitled 'Zionists and anti-Zionists: Political Protest and Student Activism in Britain, 1968-86'. Dave is now an associate of the Pears Institute.
Max Czollek, Free University, Berlin. Max’s doctoral research concerns ‘The methodologies of antisemitism’. He joined the Pears Institute for six months, January to June 2013, to explore discourse on Antisemitism in Britain.
Björn Milbradt, The Graduate School of Group Focused Enmity, Philipps-Universität, Marburg, Germany. Björn has a PhD Fellowship to explore: 'The Perceptions of the Ongoing Financial Crisis and the Greed of ‘Big Money’ – An Investigation into the Change of Contemporary Antisemitism.' He joined the Pears Institute April-August 2011.
Christian and Jewish Women in Britain, 1880-1940: Living with Difference
This book offers an entirely new contribution to the history of multiculturalism in Britain, 1880-1940. It shows how friendship and co-operation between Christian and Jewish women changed lives and, as the Second World War approached, actually saved them. A great variety of sources are thoughtfully interrogated, and concluding remarks address some of the social concerns of the present century.
Anne Summers, Christian and Jewish Women in Britain, 1880-1940: Living with Difference, Palgrave Macmillan, 2017Find Out More »