Tag: American Antisemitism

Antisemitism, Anti-Zionism, Jewish students and failed policies

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A new article at The Washington Post by Molly Harris claims that liberal Jewish students are being “actively excluded” from social justice organizations.  Jewish college students will find that those active in BDS are also active in other left-wing groups and “as a Zionist this can be extremely disheartening.”  Her article goes to the heart […]

Resentment, Anxiety and Careerism: Accounting for Antisemitism in the Academy and Among the Intelligentsia

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Recently I’ve been professionally involved in surveys of two very different Jewish populations – one of Jewish university students on 55 American campuses and the other of Jewish leaders in 28 European countries. Yet a majority of respondents in both surveys reported great concern about antisemitism. The 2013 Pew Survey revealed that older American Jews […]

Hate Week: Why the “Israeli Apartheid” Canard is Antisemitic

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It’s back. Every year at this time, some extreme anti-Israel activists invoke the worst terms of abuse they can think of to try to stigmatize the Jewish state. Jewish students on college campuses around the world call it “Hate Week”—for good reason. They feel the sting of potent antisemitic imagery on public display, aggressively deployed […]

Professor Arnie Dashefsky “American Antisemitism, Grounds for Optimism or Pessimism?”

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“American Antisemitism: Grounds for Optimism or Pessimism?” Seminar Series: Antisemitism in Comparative Perspective Professor Arnie Dashefsky Director, Center for Judaic Studies and Contemporary Jewish Life Department of Sociology, University of Connecticut Tuesday, April 21, 2015, 7PM Harvard Faculty Club, Room 4 Harvard University

Professor Arnie Dashefsky “American Antisemitism, Grounds for Optimism or Pessimism?”

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Seminar Series: Antisemitism in Comparative Perspective “American Antisemitism: Grounds for Optimism or Pessimism?” Professor Arnie Dashefsky Director, Center for Judaic Studies and Contemporary Jewish Life Department of Sociology, University of Connecticut Tuesday, April 21, 2015, 7PM Harvard Faculty Club, Room 4 Harvard University

Tammi Rossman-Benjamin, “Combating Anti-Israel Bias and Antisemitic Rhetoric in Federally-Funded Middle East Studies Programs: A Case Study”

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November 3rd Tammi Rossman-Benjamin, The University of California Santa Cruz “Combating Anti-Israel Bias and Antisemitic Rhetoric in Federally-Funded Middle East Studies Programs: A Case Study” Location: McGill University, Leacock Building, Room 738

Dr. Charles Asher Small – “The Threat of Contemporary Global Antisemitism: A Response to the Demonization and Incitement Against the Jewish People and Israel within the Academy”

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Forum Title: “After Genocide: What is the role of researchers – Kigali International Forum on Genocide” Speakers: Charles Asher Small, Director of ISGAP and Koret Fellow, Hoover Institution, Stanford University Professor Bea Rangira Gallimore, University of Missouri and Author Tom Ndahiro, Genocide Scholar Professor Gregory H. Stanton, George Mason University Date: April 4, 2013 Location: […]

ISGAP Special Event with Gregory Gordon

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Introductory Remarks by Charles Asher Small Title: “The Enemy Within: A Neo-Nazi Takeover in the American Heartland?” Speaker: Gregory Gordon, Associate Professor of Law at the University of North Dakota and Director of the UND Center for Human Rights and Genocide Studies. Date: February 6th, 2014 Location: ISGAP Offices

Gregory Gordon & Dan Michman — “The Enemy Within: A Neo-Nazi Takeover in the American Heartland?” | “Misunderstandings of the Phenomenon ‘Antisemitism’ in Some Recent Influential Studies of the Holocaust”

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Titles: “The Enemy Within: A Neo-Nazi Takeover in the American Heartland?” “Misunderstandings of the Phenomenon ‘Antisemitism’ in Some Recent Influential Studies of the Holocaust” Speakers: Gregory Gordon, Associate Professor of Law at the University of North Dakota and Director of the UND Center for Human Rights and Genocide Studies. Dan Michman, Bar-Ilan University; International Institute […]

Kenneth Marcus — “Anti-Semitism, Higher Education, and the Law”

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Title: “Anti-Semitism, Higher Education, and the Law” Speaker: Kenneth Marcus, President and General Counsel, Louis D. Brandeis Center for Human Rights Under Law. Date: December 3rd, 2013 Location: Theatre Room, Harvard Faculty Club, as part of the ISGAP seminar series “Antisemitism in Comparative Perspective” Conveners: Charles Freilich, Senior Fellow, International Security Program, Belfer Center for […]