Learning to oppose racism necessitates countering antisemitism, the “world’s longest hatred.” Antisemitism exists at the crossroads of Christian anti-Jewish teachings, white nationalism and white supremacy, xenophobia, fundamentalisms, and conspiracy theories. Thus, this seminar involves analysis of the complex dynamics by which hostility to Jews became embedded in the West and ultimately a global phenomenon. More importantly, the course also explores efforts to confront and combat antisemitism, including building alliances across borders of difference and the efforts of the churches to re-conceptualize their teachings. Case studies constitute one of the major pedagogical modes of the course.