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Arab Boycotts

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Apr. 20, Arab Boycotts Benjamin Weinthal, Research Fellow, Foundation for Defense of Democracy Week Three: A dive into the Arab boycott of Jews and Israel will be a feature of the course. Palestinian Arabs launched boycott activities and violence against Jewish businesses and Jews in then-British mandate Palestine. As early as 1922 Arab leaders promoted […]

BDS: Past and Present

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Apr. 13, BDS: Past and Present Benjamin Weinthal, Research Fellow, Foundation for Defense of Democracy Week Two: The role of German neo-Nazi parties, who have pushed BDS, will also be analyzed in the course. What are the similarities between the Hitler movement’s boycott of Jewish businesses and the BDS goals outlined in its formal 2005 […]

A Century of Boycott

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Apr. 6, A Century of Boycott Benjamin Weinthal, European Affairs Correspondent, Jerusalem Post; Research Fellow, Foundation for Defense of Democracy Week One An examination of BDS-animated antisemitism with respect to the support it receives from terrorist organizations and state-sponsors of terrorism will be a part of the course. We explore the Islamic Republic of Iran—the […]

Antisemitism and Intersectionality – Towards a New Pedagogy

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Apr. 21, Antisemitism and Intersectionality – Towards a New Pedagogy Professor William Kolbrener, Department of English Literature, Bar Ilan University Week Three: Antisemitism and Intersectionality – Towards a New Pedagogy – Moving beyond the idea of intersectionality and ideas of diversity based on the exclusion of Jews and Israel, we consider a way of breaking the […]

Critical Theory Against Israel and the Jews 

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Apr. 7, Critical Theory Against Israel and the Jews Professor William Kolbrener, Department of English Literature, Bar Ilan University Dr. Daniel Feldman, Department of English Literature, Bar Ilan University Week One: Critical Theory Against Israel and the Jews – how the contemporary Humanities takes the insights of post-Holocaust Jewish social critics – the Frankfurt School – and […]

George Steiner and the (Good) Stateless Jew

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Apr. 14, George Steiner and the (Good) Stateless Jew Professor William Kolbrener, Department of English Literature, Bar Ilan University Week Two: George Steiner and the (Good) Stateless Jew – How the great Jewish literary critic, George Steiner, prefers Jews in a new ghetto of their intellectual exile, providing a 1980s manifesto for progressive antisemitism. Date: Wednesday, […]

ANTISEMITISM 2.0: Central European Online Manifestations of Antisemitism

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Antisemitism 2.0: Central European Online Manifestations of Antisemitism   Organizers Bratislava Policy Institute, Slovakia ISGAP, The Institute for the Study of Global Antisemitism Policy, La Sapienza University, Italy Republikon Institute, Hungary Civipolis o.p.s, Czech Republic   Date: Tuesday, June 22, 2021 Time: 7:00 AM EST | 1:00 PM  CET Click here to register.   Conference […]

Legal Governance of History in Polish Courtrooms

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24 Mar., “Legal Governance of History in Polish Courtrooms” Opening Keynote Remarks: Natan Sharansky, Chair, ISGAP Professor Jan Grabowski, Department of History, University of Ottawa; Fellow, Royal Society of Canada Dr. Aleksandra Gliszczyńska-Grabias, Assistant Professor, Institute of Law Studies, Polish Academy of Sciences Convener: Dr. Charles Asher Small, Executive Director, ISGAP; Research Scholar, St. Antony’s College, Oxford […]

Jews in Afghanistan: An Historical Perspective

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22 Apr., “Jews in Afghanistan: An Historical Perspective” Dr. Farid Younos, Retired Lecturer, College of Letters, Arts and Social Sciences, California State University, East Bay and author of Principles of Islamic Psychology (2017), and other works. Convener: Dr. Navras J. Aafreedi, Research Fellow, ISGAP Date: Thursday, April 22, 2021 Time: 9:00 AM Eastern Time Click here to register […]

Never Alone: Prison, Politics, and My People

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2 Mar., Never Alone: Prison, Politics, and My People   Natan Sharansky, Chair, ISGAP Professor Gil Troy, Distinguished Scholar in North American History, McGill University   Oxford University Chabad Society and The Institute for the Study of Global Antisemitism and Policy invites you to the Perl Grunzweig Memorial Lecture.   Date: Tuesday, March 2, 2021  […]