Andrei S. Markovits

Prof. Andrei S. Markovits, born in Timisoara, Romania, emigrated to the United States and received five degrees from Columbia University. He is an Arthur F. Thurnau Professor and the Karl W. Deutsch Collegiate Professor of Comparative Politics and German Studies at the University of Michigan.

Publications by Andrei S. Markovits

A New (or Perhaps Revived) “Uninhibitedness” Toward Jews in Germany

Here, the focus will not be on the constantly increasing manifest acts of anti-Semitism, but on a noticeable change in tone in Germany’s discourse about Jews. Read More »

“Twin Brothers”: European Anti-Semitism and Anti-Americanism

The new anti-Semitism revives stereotypes of traditional anti-Semitism and has a specific element that decades-old hostility to Israel is directed against the existence of an entire country in its capacity as a "collective Jew." It is mainly, among other things, a consequence of anti-Americanism. Read More »

European Anti-Americanism and Anti-Semitism: Similarities and Differences

Anti-Semitism in Europe goes back a thousand years. Anti-Americanism emerged more than 200 years ago among European elites. Current European prejudices are enhanced by the Europeans’ perception of how America and Israel use power. Read More »