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Fighting Antisemitism on the
Battlefield of Ideas
ISGAP is a global interdisciplinary research center that is
dedicated to the academic study of antisemitism.
ISGAP Flashpoint

Fighting for Jewish Restitution While Combating Antisemitism

We need to fight for the restitution of Jewish property as if there is no antisemitism and combat antisemitism as if there is no fight for Jewish restitution. Some say that fighting for the restitution of Jewish property, estimated at tens of billions of dollars, will contribute to the rise of antisemitism. However, according to research conducted at Hebrew University, it is not clear why or when antisemitism increases.

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The Muslim Brotherhood and the Evolution of Jihadist Antisemitism

The Muslim Brotherhood has its forerunners: Wahhabism and Salafism, both of which are purist movements designed to purge Islam of all corrupting influences. Wahhabism was founded in 1744 by Muhammad ibn ‘Abd al-Wahhab al-Tamini. Building on its principles, Salafism emerged in the mid-nineteenth century as a collective movement. Salafists, deriving their name from the word salaf, meaning “pious ancestor,” promote the reestablishment of the Caliphate and are opposed to modern forms of government that allow tolerance of other religions. They prepared the soil for the emergence of the Jihadist organizations of the 20th century, chief among them being the Muslim Brotherhood.

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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. 

Latest from ISGAP

OSCE CONFERENCE ON THE RESPONSIBILITY OF STATES, INSTITUTIONS AND INDIVIDUALS IN THE FIGHT AGAINST ANTISEMITISM

ISGAP Executive Director Charles Asher Small addressed the conference, organized under the auspices of the Government of Italy, which took place in commemoration of International Holocaust Remembrance Day. He was also part of a delegation that met with Pope Francis at the Vatican.  Click here to view Dr. Small’s lecture.

The Antisemitism Measurement Project: Integration Through Collaboration

The Antisemitism Measurement Project: Integration Through Collaboration Panel as a part of the 6th Global Forum for Combating Antisemitism 11:00 A.M., Wednesday, March 21, 2018 International Convention Center, Jerusalem, Israel Chair Charles Asher Small, [email protected] , Executive Director, ISGAP Panelists Steven W. Popper, [email protected] , Senior Fellow, Jewish People Policy Institute Dan Shalmon, [email protected] , Cline […]

New Short Video by Filmmaker Izzy Lemberg - ISGAP-Oxford Summer Institute 2017

Learn more about the ISGAP-Oxford Summer Institute through the short video below. The video was produced by filmmaker Izzy Lemberg, a participant in the 2017 Summer Institute at St. John’s College, Oxford University, UK. A former Senior Producer of CNN’s Jerusalem bureau for twenty plus years, Izzy Lemberg is a veteran international television news producer and recipient […]

Dr. Charles Asher Small Speaks Out Against Polish Kosher Meat Bill

Dr. Charles Asher Small spoke with Eliana Rudee of, Breaking Israel News, about the controversial bill in Poland on kosher meat. He highlighted the antisemitic discourse around the issue, and the need for deeper historical perspective on the issue in Poland, “We need to start to look at Polish society not in a prescriptive manner […]

Watch the Video - Dr. Charles Asher Small Lectures at The American Zionist Movement Symposium, "Anti-Zionism = Antisemitism"

Business as Usual; The P5 Plus One Agreement as the Precursor to the Rise of Totalitarian Movements, the Legitimization of Antisemitism as an Anti-Democratic International Force
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