Our fellows participate in research projects on various aspects of historical and contemporary antisemitism.

Dr. Charles Small

Academic Leader
Dr. Charles Small
Dr. Charles Asher Small is the Director of the Institute for the Study of Global Antisemitism and Policy (ISGAP). Read More »

Dr. Glen Feder

Senior Research Fellow
Dr. Glen Feder
Glen Feder received his doctorate at the University of Paris IV-Sorbonne in the Department of Philosophy. Specializing in political philosophy, he wrote his dissertation on a comparative analysis of Tocqueville and Nietzsche on democracy. Glen also has Masters degrees from École des hautes études en sciences sociales and the University of Chicago. He has taught at the Washington Center and the University of Paris VIII, and has published widely on antisemitism in France as well as on democracy and its various critics, spanning from Nietzsche to radical Islamist ideology. He has also worked for several think tanks and NGOs, including The Investigative Project on Terrorism, The Israel Project, the Joint Distribution Committee, and the Shalem Center (now Shalem College), and has briefed the U.S. government and law enforcement on timely national security issues.

Dr. Lawrence Amsel

Senior Research Fellow
Dr. Lawrence Amsel
Dr. Lawrence Amsel is an academic psychiatrist on the faculty of Columbia University, where he practices, teaches and does research. His areas of focus are the understanding the long term effects of psychological trauma, the applications of Behavioral Economics and Game Theory to psychiatry, and Forensic Psychiatry. Read More »

Ramy Aziz

Research Fellow
Ramy Aziz
Ramy Aziz is an Egyptian researcher and political analyst of Middle Eastern affairs, he earned his MA degree in International Cooperation from the University of Rome, he is working on his doctoral degree at La Sapienza University of Rome. His research focuses on the emergence and development of political Islam in Europe. Read More »

Yehudit Barsky

Research Fellow
Yehudit Barsky has devoted her career to the study of Islamist terrorist organizations and movements. Specifically interested in the motivations and ideologies driving the global adherents of these organizations, Yehudit has frequently focused on the combination of anti-Semitism and Islamism that seems to defy Western logic. Read More »

A. Gliszczyńska–Grabias

Research Fellow
A. Gliszczyńska–Grabias
Aleksandra Gliszczyńska–Grabias graduated from the European Studies, Faculty of Law and Administration of the Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań, Poland. She is a recipient of the Felix Posen Fellowship for doctoral candidates dealing with the issue of antisemitism of the Vidal Sassoon International Center for the Study of Antisemitism of the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. Read More »

Dr. Dahn Hiuni

Research Fellow
Dr. Dahn Hiuni
Dahn Hiuni is a New York-based multidisciplinary artist. His work spans the fields of theater, performance art, visual art, film and video, and graphic design. Mr. Hiuni’s work has been presented at such New York venues as P.S. 122, Franklin Furnace, Mixed Greens, Artists Space, Metro Pictures, Cooper Union and Thread Waxing Space. Read More »

Haras Rafiq

Research Fellow
Haras Rafiq
Haras Rafiq is Head of Outreach at the Quilliam Foundation. He was formerly a Director of CENTRI as well as the first Executive Director of the Sufi Muslim Council. Haras was a member of the UK Government task force looking at countering extremism and terrorism in response to the 2005 terrorist bombings in London, as well as being a peer mentor for IDeA – advising regional government. Read More »

Dr. S. Courouble Share

Research Fellow
Dr. S. Courouble Share
Dr. Stephanie Courouble Share graduated from the Contemporary History Studies, Faculty of History at the Denis Diderot University in Paris, France. Her Ph.D. dissertation (Paris, 2008, under the direction of Pr. Pierre Vidal-Naquet) dealt with a comparative analysis of Holocaust denial in several countries: France, England, Germany, and the United States (1946-1981). She is now working on publishing a book on Holocaust denial in French, with a subsequent English translation. Read More »

Samuel Sokol

Research Fellow
Samuel Sokol
Sam Sokol is a Jerusalem-based journalist specializing in the Jewish Diaspora. He most recently served as a reporter with the Israel Broadcasting Authority. Prior to that he was an international and Jewish affairs correspondent for The Jerusalem Post. Read More »