Tag: populism

Populism and Antisemitism: Can the Authoritarianism Personality Explain Both?

https://isgap.org/event/2022/01/populism-and-antisemitism-can-the-authoritarianism-personality-explain-both/

06 Jun., “Populism and Antisemitism: Can the Authoritarianism Personality Explain Both?” Max Horder, Ph.D. Student, Princeton University, US Date: Monday, June 06, 2022  Click here to register on Zoom.

Fall 2021 ISGAP Digital Research Center Courses

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How Antisemites Appropriate Progressive Social Movements Featuring Dr. Corinne E. Blackmer, Professor of English and Judaic Studies, Southern Connecticut State University, United States Although antisemites have made effective use of intersectionality theory to appropriate progressive social movements, this course will explore, in addition to intersectionality, other significant rhetorical weapons they employ—including sloganeering, intimidation, name-calling, simplifications, assemblages […]