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ISGAP Flashpoint

Campus Antisemitism and Pseudo-Intellectual Complicity

In recent decades, academics promoting pseudo intellectual studies have sought to advance the notion that antisemitism in the contemporary context, and specifically on college and university campuses, is a mere illusion, created by a group of alarmists,”[1] attempting to exaggerate the severity of threats against the Jewish community. Recently, this phenomenon received attention when the Research Group of the Concentration in Education and Jewish Studies at Stanford University published a September 2017 report, entitled “Safe and on the Sidelines: Jewish Students and the Israel-Palestine Conflict on Campus.”[2] The report, which has been presented in testimony before the US House of Representatives’ Judiciary Committee,[3] attempts to discredit the argument that colleges and universities have become “breeding” grounds and “hotspots of antisemitism.”

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Antisemitism As a Gateway to Terrorism

Antisemitism is one of the most lethal diseases of hatred that has ever faced humanity; it led to the Holocaust, a horrific and premeditated tragedy of human history, which resulted in the murder of millions of innocent lives and erased thousands of towns and villages from the map. Yet, despite centuries of antisemitism, this genocidal ideology still exists today. In fact, it is increasing at alarming rates, both in the East and in the West. In fact, antisemitism has become one of the most common tools used by political Islamist terror groups as a way of gaining sympathy and support, spreading extremism, and recruiting new members.

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Seminar Series
Seminar Series

The ISGAP Seminar Series, “Antisemitism in Comparative Perspective,” explores antisemitism in various regional contexts, using an array of approaches within a comprehensive, interdisciplinary framework. In this series, eminent scholars and researchers are invited to present the results of their research in an informal scholarly setting.

Publications
Publications

ISGAP Research Papers reflect the broad range of academic activities associated with ISGAP, its faculty, and scholars associated with our mandate. ISGAP Books includes several volumes containing a selection of papers published by the Yale Initiative for the Interdisciplinary Study of Antisemitism, including several presented at the “Global Antisemitism: A Crisis of Modernity” conference organized by YIISA/ISGAP at Yale University in August 2010.

Summer Institute
Summer Institute

The ISGAP Summer Institute is a two week intensive, workshop-based program aimed at developing curricula for courses on antisemitism. The institute is held at Hertford College, University of Oxford. Under the guidance of leading international scholars, participants will develop syllabi for courses in the critical interdisciplinary study of antisemitism. After completing the program, participants will teach these courses at their home institutions. 

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Podcast: Dr. Charles Asher Small on "The Changing Face of Antisemitism"

Podcast: Charles Small on “The Changing Face of Anti-Semitism” Antisemitism has, regrettably, been with us for millennia. But its nature and character, its intellectual foundations, its accusations against the Jews have all undergone a process of evolution. In medieval Christendom, Jews were condemned as unsaved, guilty of the crime of deicide. In the Europe of […]

Dr. Charles Asher Small interview on the Voyage of S.S. St. Louis and Canadian Antisemitism

As part of the documentary film, “Turned Away”, Dr. Charles Asher Small, Executive Director, ISGAP, spoke with Sammy Eppel on Canada’s handling of the voyage of the S.S. St. Louis through Canada’s waters. The oral history interview provides important historical context on the situation in Canada.   Sammy Eppel, Daniel Benaim, and Fernando Duprat donated […]

In The News: Media reactions to the ISGAP Delegation to Rome

ISGAP in the News: Mission to Rome   Below you will find numerous media outlets reporting on the ISGAP Mission to Rome over the course of September 13-15, 2017.     Tony Blair discusses the BDS Movement and Western manifestations of antisemitism: Click here to read the Tony Blair article in Italian.     ISGAP Delegation […]

ISGAP Mission To Rome - Conference Speaker Panels

ISGAP CONFERENCES IN ROME September 13-15, 2017 AUDITORIUM, ISTITUTO PATRISTICO AUGUSTINIANUM Via Paolo VI, 25, Rome September 13, 2017 9.30 – 13.00 Antisemitism and Minority Rights in the Middle East: Regional and International Implications Speakers Welcome: Robert Hassan (ISGAP Europe) Charles Asher Small (ISGAP World Wide) PANEL ONE Moderator – Sergio Della Pergola Statistico, Saggista […]

Archive of Publications and Speeches - Dr. Charles Asher Small, Executive Director, ISGAP

Dr. Charles Asher Small is a prominent scholar and public speaker, specializing in the fields of contemporary antisemitism, including the delegitimization of Israel and notions of Jewish Peoplehood, social and cultural theory, globalization and national identity, social movements, Political Islam, and racism(s) – including antisemitism(s). To learn more about Dr. Small’s many initiative’s in these […]
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