Tag: Joseph Stalin

Commemorating the 1952 Murder of Jewish Intellectuals in the Soviet Union


Professor Kiril Feferman examines the execution of Jewish intellectuals in the Soviet Union, which took place on August 12-13, 1952, marking one of the final acts of persecution by Joseph Stalin against the Jewish people. On August 12-13, 1952, thirteen members of the Jewish elite in the Soviet Union were executed, following the trial and […]

Jennifer Roskies, Phyllis Chesler, Thyme Siegel, Gloria Greenfield, Nora Gold – “An Uncertain Sisterhood: Women and Antisemitism”


YIISA/IASA “Global Antisemitism: A Crisis of Modernity” Inaugural Conference Panel: “An Uncertain Sisterhood: Women and Antisemitism” Speakers: CHAIR: Jennifer Roskies, Bar-Ilan University/ISGAP Professor Phyllis Chesler, City University of New York: “The History and Psychological Roots of Antisemitism Among Feminists, Their Gradual Stalinization and Palestinianization” Thyme Siegel, Independent Research: “Sisterhood was Powerful and Global: Where Did […]