David Seymour

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Book

Law, Antisemitism and the Holocaust. London: Routledge, 2007.

Volume edited

With Mercedes Camino: The Holocaust in the Twenty-First Century. Contesting/Contested Memories. New York: Routledge, 2017.

Articles

‘Holocaust Memory: Between Universal and Particular,’ in David Seymour and Mercedes Camino, eds. The Holocaust in the Twenty-First Century. Contesting/Contested Memories. New York: Routledge, 2017, 15–31.

This is the piece that everyone here has come to experience: the challenges to copyright of John Cage’s 4’ 33”,’ in Legal Studies 33, 4 (2013), 532-548.

English Law and the Dilemmas of Assimilation,’ in Social & Legal Studies 21, 4 (2012), 567–585

“Good nations” and “bad nations”: Critical Theory, Judgement and The Naturalisation of Memory,’ in International Journal for the Semiotics of Law 25, 3 (2012), 339–354.

From Auschwitz to Gaza: Ethics for the Want of Law,’ in Journal of Global Ethics 6, 2 (2010), 205–215.

The autonomy of the political and the dissolution of the Jews,’ in International Journal of Law and Context 3, 4 (2007), 373–387.

‘The Absence of Contradiction and the Contradiction of Absence: Law, Ethics and the Holocaust,’ in Michael Freeman, ed. Law and Popular Culture. Oxford: Oxford University Press, Oxford, 2005, 71–87.

‘The Slave, the Noble and the Jews: Reflections on Section 7 of “On the Genealogy of Morals”,’ in Tony Kushner and Nadia Valman, eds. Philosemitism, Antisemitism and the Jews. Aldershot: Ashgate, 2004, 215–228.

Adorno and Horkheimer “Enlightenment and Antisemitism”,’ in Journal of Jewish Studies 51, 2 (2000), 297–312.

‘Lyotard: Emancipation, Antisemitism and the Jews,’ in Robert Fine and Charles Taylor, eds. Social Theory after the Holocaust. Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, 2000, 125–141.

Texts provided courtesy of the author.