Tag: Columbia University

Memory, The Jewish Intellectual, and Cartesian Cogito in Amery’s “At the Mind’s Limits”

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Jean Amery, in the first chapter of At the Mind’s Limits, tries to demonstrate that Auschwitz rids the intellect of his western ideals and reduces the intellect to a playful logical framework. And as a playful logical framework, Amery’s account of the intellect resembles the Cartesian Cogito. In order to argue this thesis, I will […]

Professor Robert Wistrich, “Antisemitism and the Left: From Marx to the Present”

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Nov. 19 “Antisemitism and the Left: From Marx to the Present” Professor Robert Wistrich, Director Vidal Sasson International Center for the Study of Antisemitism Hebrew University of Jerusalem Columbia University Location: Jerome Greene Hall, Lounge Time: 6:00 P.M.

Dr. Alon Segev, “Theodor Lessing – Jewish Self-hatred”

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November 5th, 6PM, Columbia University Dr. Alon Segev, The University of Illinois at Springfield, Fordham, and ISGAP “Theodor Lessing – Jewish Self-hatred” Location: Columbia University, JG 105 (Jerome Greene Hall, 435 West 116th Street)

Professor Uzi Rabi – “Iran and Israel and the Arab World: New Discourses in a Changing Environment”

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Title: “Iran and Israel and the Arab World: New Discourses in a Changing Environment”” Speaker: Professor Uzi Rabi, Director, Moshe Dayan Center for Middle Eastern Studies, Tel Aviv University Date: Thursday, May 1, 2014 Location: Columbia University, as part of the ISGAP seminar series “Antisemitism in Comparative Perspective”

Rabbi Joseph Telushkin – “Why The Jews? The Reason for Antisemitism”

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Title: “Why The Jews? The Reason for Antisemitism” Speaker: Rabbi Joseph Telushkin, Rabbi, Author Date: Wednesday, April 24, 2014 Location: Columbia University, as part of the ISGAP seminar series “Antisemitism in Comparative Perspective”

Ambassador Ephraim Halevy- “Sovereignties and Players Local and International – Old and New – Struggling to Reshape a Crumbling Middle East Landscape. Quo Vadis?”

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Title: “Sovereignties and Players Local and International – Old and New – Struggling to Reshape a Crumbling Middle East Landscape. Quo Vadis?” Speaker: Ambassador Ephraim Halevy, Head of the Center for Strategic Policy Studies, Hebrew University of Jerusalem’s School of Public Policy (2003-2011); Former Director of Mossad, Israel Date: Wednesday, April 2, 2014 Location: Columbia […]

The Psychological Impact of the Threat of Contemporary Genocidal Antisemitism: From Denial and Paralysis to Understanding the Challenge – Part 5

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The Dr. James Sacks Conference:The Psychological Impact of the Threat of Contemporary Genocidal Antisemitism: From Denial and Paralysis to Understanding the Challenge – Part 5 Round Table Discussion with: Stevan Hobfoll, The Judd & Marjorie Weinberg Presidential Professor & Chair, Department of Behavioral Sciences, Rush University Medical Center Neil Kressel, Visiting Associate Professor, YIISA; Professor, […]

The Psychological Impact of the Threat of Contemporary Genocidal Antisemitism: From Denial and Paralysis to Understanding the Challenge – Part 4

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The Dr. James Sacks Conference: The Psychological Impact of the Threat of Contemporary Genocidal Antisemitism: From Denial and Paralysis to Understanding the Challenge – Part 4 Min. 0:01: Title: “Trauma in Disguise: Antisemitism” Speaker: Hadar Lubin, Assistant Clinical Professor, Psychiatry, Yale University Min. 22:50: Title: “Mixed Emotional Needs of Israeli-Jews as a Potential Source of […]

The Psychological Impact of the Threat of Contemporary Genocidal Antisemitism: From Denial and Paralysis to Understanding the Challenge – Part 3

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The Dr. James Sacks Conference: The Psychological Impact of the Threat of Contemporary Genocidal Antisemitism: From Denial and Paralysis to Understanding the Challenge – Part 3 Min 0:01: Title: “Victims of Success: How Envious Antisemitism Foments Genocidal Intent and Undermines Bystanders’ Moral Outrage” Speaker: Peter Glick, Professor, Psychology, Lawrence University (Continued from Part 2) Min […]

The Psychological Impact of the Threat of Contemporary Genocidal Antisemitism: From Denial and Paralysis to Understanding the Challenge – Part 2

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The Dr. James Sacks Conference: The Psychological Impact of the Threat of Contemporary Genocidal Antisemitism: From Denial and Paralysis to Understanding the Challenge – Part 2 Min 0:01: Title: “Coaching for Killing: What Motivational Mechanisms Underlie Islamists Terrorists’ Ideology” Speaker: Idit Shalev, Post-Doctorate Associate, YIISA Min. 26:30: Panel Discussion – Stevan Hobfoll, Neil Kressel and […]