"The scope and content of the entries seem occasionally arbitrary and subjective. The authors do not indicate how entries were selected or excluded, or how the selected entries document or represent the range of anti-semitism in society [...] Although this dictionary fills a void in the literature and adds to readers' knowledge of anti-semitism, it is not a definitive source on the subject" (from the Choice review by K. Proffitt).
2 vols. "Provides a clear overview and examination of anti-Semitism, with 650 double-column entries by over 200 contributors from 21 countries [...] written by top scholars in the field" (from the Library Journal review by Paul Kaplan).
In addition to these bibliographies, some of which might be out-of-date, some good starting places are: