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The conference itself, the research for my own contribution, and the first stages of the editing of this volume were made possible by a Simon Fellowship at the University of Manchester from 2006 to 2009. I also would like to thank the editors of Patterns of Prejudice, who invited me to edit a special issue on the subject (2010, containing earlier versions of the chapters by Bodemann, Morris-Reich, and myself in the present volume, as well as an excellent paper on antisemitism and sociology in Hungary by Kati Vörös), and Vic Seidler, with whom I first discussed this project during my fellowship at Goldsmiths College in 2004– 5.
All of this suggests that European sociology emerged not only alongside of and within the same milieu as nineteenth- century European antisemitism but also in relation to it. This would mean that the ideas of European sociology and antisemitism were not only responses to the same revolutions; they were also responses to each other. This chapter investigates the relationship between European sociology and nineteenth-century European antisemitism through a case study of one sociologist, Émile Durkheim, in a single country, France.
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