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Michael Widlanski, “America’s Intelligentsia: How Prejudice Often Trumps Intelligence”

Title: “America’s Intelligentsia: How Prejudice Often Trumps Intelligence”

Speaker: Michael Widlanski, Schusterman Visiting Professor, University California Irvine; Lecturer, Bar Ilan University

Date: November 14th, 2013

Location: Fordham University at Lincoln Center, McMahon Hall 109, as part of the ISGAP seminar series “Antisemitism in Comparative Perspective”

Conveners:
Charles Asher Small, Director, ISGAP; Koret Distinguished Fellow, Hoover Institution, Stanford University
Doron Ben-Atar, Professor, Dept. of History, Fordham University

Tags: Academia, Academy, American Universities, Antisemitism, Bar-Ilan University, charles asher small, Edward Said, Fordham University, institute for the study of global antisemitism and policy, ISGAP, Michael Widlanski, Noam Chomsky, Political Science, Terrorism, US Foreign Policy


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