Announcement: Professor Elie Wiesel, Honorary President of ISGAP
The Institute for the Study of Global Antisemitism and Policy (ISGAP) is dedicated to the scholarly research of the origins, processes and manifestations associated with antisemitism globally, as well as other forms of prejudice, including racisms, as it relates to policy, in the age of globalization. Through the examination of antisemitism and policy, ISGAP disseminates analytical and scholarly material to help combat hatred and promote further understanding.
The Institute for the Study of Global Antisemitism and Policy encourages, develops and supports inter-disciplinary research. It promotes relations among scholars, the public at large, leaders, and government officials. A key goal of ISGAP is to promote excellence in research and to develop accessible social scientific understanding. Attention is placed on policy analysis and consultation, so to contribute to local, national and international contexts.
A central objective of The Institute for the Study of Global Antisemitism and Policy is to attract researchers, so to enhance its standing as a centre of excellence. ISGAP aims to houses various research projects, seminars, public meetings, conferences and events, and to publish periodicals, reports and scholarly articles, that operate at both the conceptual and practical levels. The work of ISGAP is geared towards education, public awareness, policy development and consulting. ISGAP is a non-partisan organisation that encourages dialogue among all peoples and worldviews. ISGAP is dedicated to the promotion of justice, understanding, respect and harmony, in a rapidly globalizing world.
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ISGAP Summer Institute For Curriculum Development In Critical Antisemitism Studies
St. John’s College, Oxford University, July 16-29, 2017
ISGAP will be hosting its annual groundbreaking workshop-based curriculum development program at St. John’s College, Oxford University. Currently in its third year of operation, the ISGAP Summer Institute For Curriculum Development In Critical Antisemitism Studies invites leading professors from around the world to develop an accredited curriculum for university undergraduate and graduate courses, and help to create the study of contemporary antisemitism studies as a valid and recognized academic discipline.
ISGAP in Rome, September 13-15, 1017
ISGAP will be addressing the Italian Parliament and sending a delegation to Vatican City to meet the Pope.
Greenwich, CT 06830
Waltham, MA 02453
New York, NY 10040
Charles Asher Small, Director of ISGAP
Canadian Institute for Jewish Research
Thursday September 20, 2012 at 5:00pm
“Incitement to Genocidal Antisemitism: Radical Islam and the Acquiescence of the Western Intellectuals and Policy makers”
Canadian Institute for Jewish Research (CIJR)
1396 Ste Catherine O, Montreal, QC, H3G 1p9, Canada
Charles Asher Small’s presentation entitled, “Denial Ain’t Just a River in Egypt: Implications of Elections in Societies Without Democratic Notions of Citizenship”
92nd Street Y, Manhattan
Charles Asher Small, Director of ISGAP
“The Longest Hatred: CONTEMPORARY ANTISEMITISM AND THE ACADEMY”
Date: Wed, Apr 25, 2012, 7:30 pm
Venue: Warburg Lounge; Location: Lexington Avenue at 92nd St
Event Code: TW12B31018 – Call 212.415.5500 for Reservations – Tickets from $29.00
DePaul University College of Law, Lewis Center
“Antisemitism as a Strategic Weapon”
Speaker Charles Asher Small ISGAP Director
Wednesday April 18, 2012, 12:00pm to 1:30pm
Charles Asher Small
Director of ISGAP Speaks at the Italian Parliament
“The Political Implications of Contemporary Global Antisemitism”
Monday October the 17th, 2011, at 10,30, Sala della Lupa, Palazzo Montecitorio
Round Table of the Final Document of the Committee for the Inquiry into Antisemitism
of the Italian Chamber of Deputies
The International Association for the Study of Antisemitism (IASA) Inaugural Annual Conference:
“Global Antisemitism: A Crisis of Modernity”
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92nd Street Y: “Radical Islam and the Nuclear Bomb”
A Conversation with Bret Stephens, Wall Street Journal, and Charles Small, YIISA
December 1, 2008
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