Christian KleindienstUniversity of Leipzig · Institut für Kulturwissenschaften
PhD Candidate at Leipzig University
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Christian Kleindienst, M.A. studied at the Institute for the Study of Culture Leipzig. At the moment he writes his PhD thesis in comparative social and cultural history on the subject of antisemitism in the German and US-American women’s movement. His research interests include theory and history of antisemitism, Critical Theory of Society, women’s and gender history and aesthetic theory.
The relationship between antisemitism and gender has so far received little attention in the discussions of antisemitism research in the social sciences. The academic literature on antisemitism focuses mainly on male antisemites, even though in recent years there have been few, isolated contributions that have reflected on antisemitic women and ant...