Dr. Ephraim Nissan is a scholar with more than 600 academic publications, and has worked in academia in three countries. His research since the 1980s proceeded on a double track: artificial intelligence, and the humanities, especially Jewish studies. He also has a long experience as editor of scholarly journals. In antisemitism studies, he is the author of a book-length submission to the 2023–2024 independent inquiry into antisemitism at Goldsmiths, University of London, that can be adapted for educational purposes. He is also at an advanced stage of preparation of the book How Bad It Is: Conceptual and Visual Responses to the 7 October 2023 Atrocities, and is also working on the project “The ideological lacework underpinning Middle Eastern and Western slippage towards genocidal antisemitism”. His publication list’s clusters (rubrics) include “Mutual perceptions of Jews and others”, “Eastern Jewry”, and “Jewish condition in modern Europe” (e.g. Italy), and more. Authored books of his include Legal Evidence, Police Investigation, Case Argumentation, and Computer Tools (Springer-Verlag, 2014), Receptions of Simon Magus as an Archetype of the Heretic (with A. Ferreiro: Palgrave, 2023), Wine-Related Bird-Names in the Babylonian Talmud (Adadah, 2024), in press Besmirching the Denominational Enemy Within and Outside: Counter-history, or Its Parody by a Group Targeted (Palgrave), and, almost completed, e.g. Blooming Before the Storm (on 20th-antisemitic persecution to extinction), Medieval Christian and Jewish Responses to Islam in Western Christendom (Palgrave), The Jews and Dante, and Dragons and Wondrous Snakes and Lizards in Jewish Sources. His many edited volumes include, e.g., Sino-Iranica’s Centennial: Between East and West, Exchanges of Material and Ideational Culture (Mimesis, 2021). He blogs at https://blogs.timesofisrael.com/author/ephraim-nissan/