Matti Bunzl

Professor of Anthropology and History, University of Illinois

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Professor of Anthropology and History at the University of Illinois, and Director of its Program in Jewish Culture and Society; incoming Artistic Director of the Chicago Humanities Festival and author of Anti-Semitism and Islamophobia: Hatreds Old and New in Europe

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Memories of the Holocaust made Germany sensitive to ethnic discrimination after the Second World War.

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Memories of the Holocaust made Germany sensitive to ethnic discrimination after the Second World War.

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Memories of the Holocaust made Germany sensitive to ethnic discrimination after the Second World War.

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