Emily-Rose Baker

Emily-Rose Baker

Emily-Rose Baker, PhD, is a Visiting Assistant Professor of Film with the Ackerman Center for Holocaust Studies at the University of Texas at Dallas, where she teaches on representations of genocide and human rights violations. She enjoyed working on JWA's Archiving #MeToo project during her oral history internship in 2019, which inspired her to consider the gendered dynamics of her research. You can find her on Twitter at @emily_baker18.'

Blog Posts

Film still from Chantal Akerman's Je Tu Il Elle - two naked women lying down, facing each other

Chantal Akerman’s Queer Jewish Cinema

Emily-Rose Baker

Akerman’s queer, feminist, Jewish films deserve far more attention than they’ve received.

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When Those Charged with Protecting Us from Bigotry Are Racist

Emily-Rose Baker

Structural racism in the US military and police has undermined the fight against antisemitism.

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What Is Antisemitism?

Emily-Rose Baker

In recent years, this question has become a source of debate.

Topics: Anti-Semitism
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UK Labour's Antisemitism Advisory Board Has Problems

Emily-Rose Baker

The UK Labour Party has appointed a new Antisemitism Advisory Board. That's a good thing, right?

Topics: Anti-Semitism
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Black and Jewish: A Conversation with Nadine Batchelor-Hunt

Emily-Rose Baker

UK-based writer and journalist Nadine Batchelor-Hunt talks to JWA about being Black and Jewish, grappling with those identities being pitted against each other.

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Caroline Calloway and Antisemitic Caricature

Emily-Rose Baker

We never thought we'd be talking about influencer Caroline Calloway at JWA, but she tweeted something antisemitic, so here we are!

Topics: Anti-Semitism
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Reflections on the 2019 UK Election: Antisemitism in Europe

Emily-Rose Baker

In the aftermath of the 2019 UK election, let's talk about antisemitism in Europe.

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The Work of a Movement: #MeToo and Vicarious Trauma

Emily-Rose Baker

#MeToo is not just an ephemeral social media phenomenon. It's a movement, and movements require work.

How to cite this page

Jewish Women's Archive. "Emily-Rose Baker." (Viewed on August 10, 2022) <https://jwa.org/blog/author/baker-emily-rose>.