Tag: holocaust

Eran Lerman, ” Three Totalitarian Temptations Nazism Communism and Islamism as Anchors in the Israel Palestine Conflict”

https://isgap.org/media/2016/05/eran-lerman-three-totalitarian-temptations-nazism-communism-and-islamism-as-anchors-in-the-israel-palestine-conflict/

Col. (res.) Dr. Eran Lerman Researcher at Begin-Sadat Center for Strategic Studies and former Deputy for Foreign Policy and International Affairs at the National Security Council in the Israeli Prime Minster’s Office Location: Leacock Building, Room 738 Time: 6:00 P.M. Convener: Michelle Whiteman, Director, ISGAP Canada

ANTISEMITISM IN POLAND

https://isgap.org/flashpoint/antisemitism-in-poland/

If one compares the scale and manifestations of antisemitism in Poland today with the scale and manifestations of this phenomenon in France, Austria, the Netherlands or some Scandinavian countries, one could argue that Poland ought to be declared a kind of safe-haven for Jews in Europe. Alas, this is not the case since antisemitic posters […]

Nina Wolff Feld, “Someday you will Understand: My Father’s Private World War II”

https://isgap.org/media/2016/04/nina-wolff-feld-someday-you-will-understand-my-fathers-private-world-war-ii/

APRIL 12, 2016 “Someday you will Understand: My Father’s Private World War II” Nina Wolff Feld, Author, Artist, Speaker “The Continued Importance of Holocaust Education Toward The Prevention of Genocide” Location: ISGAP Center, 3rd Floor Time: 6:00 PM Convener: Vivaldi Jean-Marie

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

https://isgap.org/flashpoint/memory-the-jewish-intellectual-and-cartesian-cogito-in-amerys-at-the-minds-limits/

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 […]

Dr. Vivaldi Jean-Marie, “Memory, the Jewish Intellectual and Cartesian Cogito in Jean Amery’s At the Mind’s Limits”

https://isgap.org/media/2015/11/dr-vivaldi-jean-marie-memory-the-jewish-intellectual-and-cartesian-cogito-in-jean-amerys-at-the-minds-limits/

Dr. Vivaldi Jean-Marie Associate Professor of Philosophy, CUNY Adjunct Associate of Philosophy and African-American Studies, Columbia University Harvard Faculty Club, Room 4 Monday, November 9th, 2015 7:00 P.M.   For Jean Amery, Auschwitz rids the intellect of its Western ideals, and reduces it to a playful logical framework, and is therefore representative of the Cartesian […]

Jacques Tarnero, “From Compassion for the Jews to Condemnation of Israel”

https://isgap.org/media/2015/06/jacques-tarnero-from-compassion-for-the-jews-to-condemnation-of-israel/

Mar. 19 “From Compassion for the Jews to Condemnation of Israel” Jacques Tarnero Researcher, Cité des sciences et de l’industrie (Paris) and French documentary maker Discussant: Rita Hermon-Belot, EHESS, CEIFR Location: EPHE, Room 117 Time: 6:00-8:00 PM

Professor Chuck Freilich, “Never Again: Israel, the US and the Iranian Nuclear Program”

https://isgap.org/media/2015/05/professor-chuck-freilich-never-again-israel-the-us-and-the-iranian-nuclear-program/

Seminar Series: Antisemitism in Comparative Perspective “Never Again: Israel, the US and the Iranian Nuclear Program” Professor Chuck Freilich Senior Fellow at Harvard Kennedy School Thursday, April 23, 2015, 5:30PM ISGAP Center, 3rd Floor

Professor Alan Steinweis, “The German People and the Holocaust: New Sources, New Insights”

https://isgap.org/media/2015/04/professor-alan-steinweis-the-german-people-and-the-holocaust-new-sources-new-insights/

Seminar Series: Antisemitism in Comparative Perspective “The German People and the Holocaust: New Sources, New Insights” Professor Alan Steinweis Professor of History and Distinguished Professor of Holocaust Studies, University of Vermont Monday, March 23, 2015, 6PM Leacock Building, Room 738 McGill University

Professor Martin Kramer, “Gaza=Auschwitz: Antisemitism by Analogy?”

https://isgap.org/media/2014/12/professor-kramer-gazaauschwitz-antisemitism-by-analogy/

Nov. 18 “Gaza=Auschwitz: Antisemitism by Analogy?” Professor Martin Kramer, President Shalem College, Jerusalem Location: Harvard Faculty Club, Room 4 Time: 7:00 P.M.

On cockroaches, apes and genocide

https://isgap.org/post/2014/04/on-cockroaches-apes-and-genocide/

April 19, 2014- Atrocities committed by the Nazis against the Jewish People during the Holocaust, aided and abetted by the international community’s indifference, led to the greatest systematic murder of a people, and the unabashed antisemitism led to the ultimate destruction of much of Europe itself. The moral and political failure of the international community […]