Applicants are welcome to take part in a scholarly endeavor to lay the foundations for the creation of a conceptual framework for the critical examination of contemporary antisemitism from an interdisciplinary perspective. Join us from 16-21 June 2024, in New York, and be part of a selective group of scholars spearheading an effort to decode, map and combat, the re-emergence of antisemitic discourse and violence to address this deeply rooted form of hatred, especially within academia.

The ISGAP-New York Workshop will be an action-oriented project with the goal of developing a working document, outlining the fundamental aspects for the creation of a conceptual framework for the interdisciplinary study of critical contemporary antisemitism studies.

Who Should Apply: Full time Professors and advanced doctorate students
are encouraged to apply.

How to Apply: Interested individuals should submit the following materials:

  1. A brief statement of purpose (max 500 words) – outlining your interest in the workshop and how your academic or professional background aligns with the goals of advancing a conceptual framework for the critical examination of contemporary antisemitism.
  2. Two letters of recommendation – from a professional or academic reference familiar with your work and qualifications.
  3. CV – detailing academic background and relevant experience.
Please compile application materials into a single PDF file and/or email, and send it with the subject heading “ISGAP-NYC Workshop 2024″ to [email protected] no later than May 1st, 2024. Early applicants are encouraged to apply as space for this workshop is limited.

Registration Fee: $600 USD.

Scholarships: Limited accommodation stipends are available for exceptional candidates to assist with lodging and travel expenses. Additionally, lunch will be provided daily during the workshop for all participants. 

Contact: Submit your application, inquiries, and expressions of interest via email to [email protected] with the subject heading “ISGAP-NYC Workshop 2024″