We are pleased to present the course curriculum in the field of interdisciplinary contemporary antisemitism studies created by the 2020 scholars-in-residence of the ISGAP-Oxford Summer Institute on Curriculum Development in Critical Antisemitism Studies, at the ISGAP Digital Research Center.

Under the guidance of leading international academics, the listed scholars-in-residence have developed course syllabi and curriculum in the interdisciplinary study of contemporary antisemitism, which will be taught in their home university for course credit. This is a resource for scholars seeking to create courses in antisemitism studies.

Click here to read the 2019 course curriculum.
Click here to read the 2018 course curriculum.
Click here to read the 2017 course curriculum.
Click here to read the 2016 course curriculum.
Click here to read the 2015 course curriculum.

Dr. Karen L. Blair
Rank: Associate Professor
Department: Psychology
Name of University: Trent University
Location: Ontario, Canada
Course Title: Psychology of Prejudice
Participants: Undergraduate Students
View Syllabus Here

Jessica Emami, Ph.D.
Rank: Professor
Department: Sociology
Name of University: Catholic University of America and Marymount University
Location: United States
Course Title: Jerusalem, Messianism and the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict
Participants: Undergraduate Students
View Syllabus Here

Dr. Bernard B. Fyanka
Rank
Department: History and International Studies
Name of University: Redeemer’s University
Location: Nigeria
Course Title: Introduction to Contemporary Anti-Semitism and Institutional Racism
Participants: Graduate Students and Fourth Year Undergraduates
View Syllabus Here

Professor Yudit K. Greenberg
Rank: Professor
Department: History
Name of University: Rollins College
Location: Florida, United States
Course Title: Anti-Judaism, the Holocaust, and the new Antisemitism
Participants: Undergraduate Students
View Syllabus Here

Wendy Kalman 
Rank: Associate Professor
Name of University: Kennesaw State University
Location: Georgia, United States
Course Title: Workshops about and within the Jewish community
Participants: Undergraduate Students
View Syllabus Here

Jason O’Connor
Rank: Ph.D. Candidate
Department: Comparative Studies
Name of University: Florida Atlantic University
Location: South Africa
Course Title: The Holocaust and Contemporary Antisemitism
Participants: Undergraduate Students
View Syllabus Here

Chloe Pinto
Rank: Ph.D. Candidate
Department: English and Literature
Name of University: Cambridge University
Location: Cambridge, United Kingdom
Course Title:  Anti-Jewish and Anti-Black Prejudice: Racism, Identity and Textuality
Participants: Undergraduate Students
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Shannon Quigley
Rank: Associate Professor
Department: History and Sociology
Name of University: University of Haifa 
Location:  Haifa, Israel
Course Title: The Holocaust and Antisemitism
Participants: Undergraduate Students
View Syllabus Here

Ms. Suchibrata Roy
Rank: Associate Professor
Department: Global Studies
Name of University: Jindal Global University
Location: Sonipat, India
Course Title: Antisemitism: A Contemporary Global Issue
Participants: Undergraduate Students
View Syllabus Here

Austin Scott
Name of University: Clinton College/Livingston College
Location: South Carolina, United States
Course Title: Israel Student Exchange Preparation Course
Participants: Undergraduate Students
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Zbyněk Tarant, Ph.D
Rank: Associate Professor
Department: Religious Studies, History, Political Science, Cultural-Anthropology
Name of University: University of West Bohemia
Location: Pilsen, Czech Republic
Course Title: Esotericism and Contemporary Antisemitism
Participants: Graduate and Undergraduate Students
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Dr. Sonja Wentling
Rank: Professor
Department: History
Name of University: Concordia College
Location: NY, United States
Course Title: Global Antisemitism
Participants: Undergraduate Students
View Syllabus Here

Dr. John P. Williams
Rank: Professor
Department: History
Name of University: Collin College
Location: United States
Course Title: History Seminar: Minding Historical Gap
Participants: Faculty and Young Scholars
View Syllabus Here