Gil Anidjar is Associate Professor in MESAAS and in the Department of Religion.
Comparative Literature, Religious Studies, Jewish Thought
Jews and Arabs, Political Theology, Race and Religion, Christianity, Rhetorical Exertion, Continental Philosophy
Religion 101, Freud and Derrida, Reading Orientalism
‘Our Place in al-Andalus’: Kabbalah, Philosophy, Literature in Arab Jewish Letters (2002); The Jew, the Arab: A History of the Enemy (2003); Semites: Race, Religion, Literature (2008)
Jacques Derrida, Acts of Religion (2002)
Marc Nichanian, The Historiographic Perversion (2009); Peter Szendy, Prophecies of Leviathan. Reading Past Melville (2010)
“The Idea of an Anthropology of Christianity” (on Talal Asad) in Interventions: Journal of Postcolonial Studies 11:3 (2009); “Muslim Jews” in Qui Parle 18:1 (Fall/Winter 2009); “Blutgewalt” in Oxford Literary Review 31 (December 2009)