Apr. 21, “The Politics of Memory in Contemporary Ukraine and Antisemitism” Professor Yaroslav Hrytsak Ukrainian Catholic University at Lviv, Ivan Franko National University of Lviv, and Central European University in Budapest Location: NaUKMA Museum Time: 7:00 P.M.
Taras Voznyak, “Overcoming Antisemitism: A Practical Experience. The Case of the Ї Independent Journal”https://isgap.org/media/2016/05/taras-voznyak-overcoming-antisemitism-a-practical-experience-the-case-of-the-%d1%97-independent-journal/
Mar. 24, 2016 “Overcoming Antisemitism: A Practical Experience. The Case of the Ї Independent Journal” Taras Voznyak, Ukrainian culture expert and political scientist, founder and editor-in-chief of the independent cultural journal Ї, executive director of the Ukrainian Center of the International PEN Club Location: Center for Jewish Studies, Seminar Room Time: 6:00 P.M.
JAN. 21 “MANIFESTATIONS OF ANTISEMITISM IN UKRAINE: DYNAMICS AND CONTEXT” Vyacheslav Likhachev, Israeli political scientist and researcher Location: Center for Jewish Studies, Seminar Room Time: 6:00 P.M.
APRIL 5, 2016 “THE SPECIAL CASE OF BALTIC-UKRAINIAN HOLOCAUST INVERSION” Dr. Dovid Katz, Author, Editor of DefendingHistory.com Location: ISGAP Center, 3rd Floor Time: 6:00 PM
Jews in Post-Communist Russia: A State with Philosemitic Pretensions, a Society with Antisemitic Sentimentshttps://isgap.org/flashpoint/jews-in-post-communist-russia-a-state-with-philosemitic-pretensions-a-society-with-antisemitic-sentiments/
What is the government policy today vis-a-vis the still quite substantial Jewish communities in two major post soviet republics, the Russian Federation and Ukraine? Did state antisemitism, once abolished, cause antisemitism to disappear or is there something in the Russian public and political culture which threatens to make antisemitism surface once again? In Poland or […]
Vitaly Portnikov, “The Phenomenon of the Ukrainian Jewry: Life After Death: Antisemitism without Jews”https://isgap.org/media/2016/03/vitaly-portnikov-the-phenomenon-of-the-ukrainian-jewry-life-after-death-antisemitism-without-jews/
FEB. 18 “THE PHENOMENON OF THE UKRAINIAN JEWRY: LIFE AFTER DEATH: ANTISEMITISM WITHOUT JEWS” Vitaly Portnikov Ukrainian Journalist, Radio Liberty/Radio Free Europe Location: Voloska Street 8/5, Building 5, Basement Time: 6:00 P.M.
Vakhtang Kipiani “Antisemitism in the Media from 1988 to the Present: The Ukrainian and Russian Cases”https://isgap.org/media/2016/01/vakhtang-kipiani-antisemitism-in-the-media-from-1988-to-the-present-the-ukrainian-and-russian-cases/
Vakhtang Kipiani is a Ukrainian journalist, chief editor of the well-known website, “Istorychna Pravda.” He was a participant of the Granite revolution of 1990. During the 1990s-2000s, he served as a journalist for several newspapers and TV channels. Kipiani studies the history of the informal press in the former Soviet Union and manifestations of extremism […]
Samuel Sokol, “The Forgotten Jews of Ukraine: Why the Jewish World Is Not Rallying to Assist the Displaced”https://isgap.org/media/2015/03/samuel-sokol-the-forgotten-jews-of-ukraine-why-the-jewish-world-is-not-rallying-to-assist-the-displaced/
Seminar Series: Antisemitism in Comparative Perspective Samuel Sokol Jewish World/Diaspora Correspondent at the Jerusalem Post Monday, March 2, 2015, 5:30PM ISGAP Center, 3rd Floor