Tag: Psychology

Eichmann Proxies: Jewish Survivors, Holocaust Psychology, and A-Bomb Research in Japan

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09 Dec., “Eichmann Proxies: Jewish Survivors, Holocaust Psychology, and A-Bomb Research in Japan.” Professor Ran Zwigenberg, Associate Professor of Asian Studies and Jewish Studies, Department of Asian Studies, Penn state College of the Liberal Arts Convener: TBA Date: Monday, December 09, 2021  Time: 09:00 AM Eastern Time Click here to register for this webinar

Where is the Psychology of Antisemitism?

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As a newly appointed ISGAP Senior Research Fellow and a psychologist, I was excited to begin exploring and adding to psychological insights in the study of antisemitism that earlier colleagues had discovered, with a particular emphasis on the last three decades. I did a search that I thought would uncover advances in the field beyond: […]

Phyllis Chesler – “The New Anti-Semitism: Reflections After A Decade on the Front Lines”

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Title: The New Anti-Semitism: Reflections After A Decade on the Front Lines Speaker: Dr. Phyllis Chesler Date: February 28, 2013 Location: Fordham University, as part of the “Antisemitism in Comparative Perspective” Seminar Series Phyllis Chesler is a best selling and influential author, a legendary feminist leader, and a psychotherapist and expert courtroom witness. She has […]

Ilana Novinsky & Adam Katz – “Variations of European Antisemitism”

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YIISA/IASA Inaugural “Global Antisemitism: A Crisis of Modernity” Conference Panel: “Variations of European Antisemitism” Speakers: Ilana Novinsky, University of Sao Paulo – “Contributions of Phenomology and Psycholanalysis for the Understanding of Antisemitism” Professor Adam Katz, Quinnipiac University – “Antisemitism and the Victimary Era” Date: Wednesday, August 25, 2010 Location: Yale University YIISA/ISGAP Past Conference

The Psychological Impact of the Threat of Contemporary Genocidal Antisemitism: From Denial and Paralysis to Understanding the Challenge – Part 5

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The Dr. James Sacks Conference:The Psychological Impact of the Threat of Contemporary Genocidal Antisemitism: From Denial and Paralysis to Understanding the Challenge – Part 5 Round Table Discussion with: Stevan Hobfoll, The Judd & Marjorie Weinberg Presidential Professor & Chair, Department of Behavioral Sciences, Rush University Medical Center Neil Kressel, Visiting Associate Professor, YIISA; Professor, […]

The Psychological Impact of the Threat of Contemporary Genocidal Antisemitism: From Denial and Paralysis to Understanding the Challenge – Part 4

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The Dr. James Sacks Conference: The Psychological Impact of the Threat of Contemporary Genocidal Antisemitism: From Denial and Paralysis to Understanding the Challenge – Part 4 Min. 0:01: Title: “Trauma in Disguise: Antisemitism” Speaker: Hadar Lubin, Assistant Clinical Professor, Psychiatry, Yale University Min. 22:50: Title: “Mixed Emotional Needs of Israeli-Jews as a Potential Source of […]

The Psychological Impact of the Threat of Contemporary Genocidal Antisemitism: From Denial and Paralysis to Understanding the Challenge – Part 3

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The Dr. James Sacks Conference: The Psychological Impact of the Threat of Contemporary Genocidal Antisemitism: From Denial and Paralysis to Understanding the Challenge – Part 3 Min 0:01: Title: “Victims of Success: How Envious Antisemitism Foments Genocidal Intent and Undermines Bystanders’ Moral Outrage” Speaker: Peter Glick, Professor, Psychology, Lawrence University (Continued from Part 2) Min […]

The Psychological Impact of the Threat of Contemporary Genocidal Antisemitism: From Denial and Paralysis to Understanding the Challenge – Part 2

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The Dr. James Sacks Conference: The Psychological Impact of the Threat of Contemporary Genocidal Antisemitism: From Denial and Paralysis to Understanding the Challenge – Part 2 Min 0:01: Title: “Coaching for Killing: What Motivational Mechanisms Underlie Islamists Terrorists’ Ideology” Speaker: Idit Shalev, Post-Doctorate Associate, YIISA Min. 26:30: Panel Discussion – Stevan Hobfoll, Neil Kressel and […]

The Psychological Impact of the Threat of Contemporary Genocidal Antisemitism: From Denial and Paralysis to Understanding the Challenge – Part 1

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The Dr. James Sacks Conference: The Psychological Impact of the Threat of Contemporary Genocidal Antisemitism: From Denial and Paralysis to Understanding the Challenge – Part 1 Introduction by Charles Small Stevan Hobfoll, The Judd & Marjorie Weinberg Presidential Professor & Chair, Department of Behavioral Sciences, Rush University Medical Center – “The Impact of Terrorism and […]

Understanding the Facets of Contemporary Antisemitism – Part 2

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“Understanding Facets of Contemporary Antisemitism” – Part 2 Featuring YIISA/ISGAP Researchers Part 2 Ben Herzog, YIISA Graduate Fellow (continued from Part 1) -“Antisemitism as an Academic Topic” Q & A Panel Discussion with Anat Plocker, YIISA Post-Doctorate Associate Ben Herzog,, YIISA Graduate Fellow Charles Small, Koret Distinguished Fellow, ISGAP Director Annette Seidel-Arpaci, YIISA Post-Doctorate Associate […]