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Chloe Pinto

ISGAP Visiting Scholar

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Chloe Yale Pinto is an ISGAP Visiting Scholar in Critical Antisemitism Studies, Discrimination and Human Rights at the Woolf Institute and the Institute for the Study of Global Antisemitism and Policy [ISGAP]. Her work investigates the interplay between textual antisemitism and literary theory, researching how the plasticity of anti-Jewish prejudice informs and infects the meaning of words.

Chloe is a final year PhD Candidate in English (Criticism and Culture) at Pembroke College, University of Cambridge. Her doctoral research focuses on the relationship between artwork and antisemitism in Ezra Pound's work and thought, and lies at the intersection between the politics of exclusion and the interplay between text, ideology and image. She previously co-convened Cambridge's Theory, Criticism and Culture seminar series and currently supervises undergraduate and postgraduate work on poetry, film and literary theory.

Before beginning at Cambridge she graduated at Valedictorian from the New College of the Humanities where she was awarded the Sir Charles Harris Prize for achieving the highest degree results for the University of London English BA worldwide. Following this, she completed the MSt in Literature (1900-The Present Day) at The Queen's College, University of Oxford (Distinction). Chloe was previously a Junior Researcher at ISGAP and has been invited to lecture on numerous topics relating to contemporary antisemitism and literature.



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