Tag: holocaust

Dr. Shay Pilnik and Professor David Patterson: 2020 ISGAP-Oxford Summer Institute

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“Memory Without Memories: The Story of Babi Yar” Dr. Shay Pilnik, Director, Emil and Jenny A. Fish Holocaust and Genocide Studies Center, Yeshiva University “Antisemitism from Hitler to Hamas” Professor David Patterson, Hillel Feinberg Chair in Holocaust Studies, Ackerman Center for Holocaust Studies, University of Texas at Dallas 2020 ISGAP-Oxford Summer Institute Date: Monday, September […]

Dr. Charles Asher Small Joins International Conference to Mark 75 Years Since the Liberation of Auschwitz and 25 Years After the 1994 Genocide Against the Tutsi

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On Monday, February 3, Dr. Charles Asher Small had the honor of representing ISGAP in Kigali, Rwanda, at the international conference on Incitement + Dehumanization as Precursors to Genocide and Crimes Against Humanity. The occasion marked 75 years since the liberation of Auschwitz and occurred 25 years after the 1994 genocide against the Tutsi.  Dr. Small’s lecture entitled, “Holocaust-denial and […]

Jewish American and Holocaust Literature Conference

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Keynote Address: “A Night At the Garden: Decoding Global Antisemitism” Dr. Charles Asher Small, Executive Director, ISGAP Professor Margarete Feinstein, Senior Lecturer, Jewish Studies Program, Loyola Marymount University 25th Annual Jewish American and Holocaust Literature Conference Conference Director: Dr. Holli Levitsky, Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles The Betsy Hotel, 1440 Ocean Dr, Miami Beach, […]

Genocidal Antisemitism and the Crisis of Modernity

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  Genocidal Antisemitism and the Crisis of Modernity Dr. Charles Asher Small, Executive Director, ISGAP Honorary Chair of 2018 Annual Symposium on the Holocaust and Genocide Co-Sponsored by ISGAP, Vanier College and the Holocaust and Genocide Prevention Foundation Vanier College Auditorium 865 Sainte Croix Ave., Saint-Laurent, Quebec, Canada 10:30 AM, Wednesday, April 11, 2018

Fighting for Jewish Restitution While Combating Antisemitism

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We need to fight for the restitution of Jewish property as if there is no antisemitism and combat antisemitism as if there is no fight for Jewish restitution. Some say that fighting for the restitution of Jewish property, estimated at tens of billions of dollars, will contribute to the rise of antisemitism. However, according to […]

Dr. Charles Asher Small interview on the Voyage of S.S. St. Louis and Canadian Antisemitism

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As part of the documentary film, “Turned Away”, Dr. Charles Asher Small, Executive Director, ISGAP, spoke with Sammy Eppel on Canada’s handling of the voyage of the S.S. St. Louis through Canada’s waters. The oral history interview provides important historical context on the situation in Canada.   Sammy Eppel, Daniel Benaim, and Fernando Duprat donated […]

Holocaust Guilt Vs. Holocaust Shame: On Processing Remorse for the Shoah

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June 6, 2017, “Holocaust Guilt Vs. Holocaust Shame: On Processing Remorse for the Shoah” Dr. Richard Landes, Historian and Author Location: ISGAP Center, 7th Floor Time: 6:00 PM

Auschwitz Violins and the Jewish State

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The sound of the violin awakens the soul; its cry mirrors the suffering of the Jewish people, and yet it also gives us hope. Much like Hatikva, Israel’s National Anthem, its emotional qualities resonate throughout centuries of suffering that the Jewish neshama (soul) has endured, yearning to return home, to Israel and the hope of […]

Was It Possible to be a ‘Bystander’ to the Holocaust in Eastern Europe? Part II

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Apr. 3, “Was it Possible to be a ‘Bystander’ to the Holocaust in Eastern Europe?” Part II Professor Jan Grabowski Professor of History of the Holocaust, University of Ottawa; Co-founder of the Polish Centre for Holocaust Research, Institute of Philosophy and Sociology, Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw Co-sponsor: Canadian Institute for Jewish Research Location: Canadian Institute for Jewish […]

Was It Possible to be a ‘Bystander’ to the Holocaust in Eastern Europe? Part I

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Apr. 3, “Was it Possible to be a ‘Bystander’ to the Holocaust in Eastern Europe?” Part I Professor Jan Grabowski Professor of History of the Holocaust, University of Ottawa; Co-founder of the Polish Centre for Holocaust Research, Institute of Philosophy and Sociology, Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw Co-sponsor: Canadian Institute for Jewish Research Location: Canadian Institute for […]