Tag: Holocaust Studies

Swimming Against the Tide: Ordinary German People Who Stood Up and Saved Jewish and non-Jewish Lives Before and During the Holocaust

https://isgap.org/media/2021/04/swimming-against-the-tide-ordinary-german-people-who-stood-up-and-saved-jewish-and-non-jewish-lives-before-and-during-the-holocaust/

“Swimming Against the Tide: ordinary German people who stood up and saved Jewish and non-Jewish lives before and during the Holocaust” Professor Christoph Gassenschmidt, The American College of Greece, Greece; Research Fellow, ISGAP Date: Tuesday, April 20, 2021 ISGAP Research Fellow Seminar Series on Antisemitism in Comparative Perspective

Dr. Dovid Katz, “Academic Revisionism and the Holocaust”

https://isgap.org/media/2017/08/dr-dovid-katz-academic-revisionism-and-the-holocaust/

Dr. Dovid Katz – Professor (adjunct), Philosophy and Communications Program, Vilnius Gediminas Technical University “Academic Revisionism and the Holocaust” ISGAP-Oxford Summer Institute St. John’s College, Oxford University, United Kingdom Tuesday, July 25, 2017

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”

https://isgap.org/media/2014/02/gregory-gordon-dan-michman-the-enemy-within-a-neo-nazi-takeover-in-the-american-heartland-misunderstandings-of-the-phenomenon-antisemitism-in-some/

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 […]