Tag: University

ISGAP DRC Course, Antisemitism in the Progressive Academy, Professor William Kolbrener


Professor William Kolbrener, Department of English Literature, Bar Ilan University, leads this three-week course exploring the nature of antisemitism in the progressive academy today. Parents, students, and academics from all disciplines are welcome! An overview of the sessions can be found below: Week One: Critical Theory Against Israel and the Jews – how the contemporary Humanities takes […]

Antisemitism and Intersectionality – Towards a New Pedagogy


Apr. 21, Antisemitism and Intersectionality – Towards a New Pedagogy Professor William Kolbrener, Department of English Literature, Bar Ilan University Week Three: Antisemitism and Intersectionality – Towards a New Pedagogy – Moving beyond the idea of intersectionality and ideas of diversity based on the exclusion of Jews and Israel, we consider a way of breaking the […]

Globalization and Antisemitism(s): Social Movements and the Crisis of Modernity – Online Course


Led by Dr. Charles Asher Small, this four-part course will offer a critical analysis of issues central to the study and emergence of contemporary antisemitism, as it relates to processes of globalization, the crisis of modernity, and the rise of reactionary anti-systemic movements, including political Islam, and the extreme left and extreme right wing nationalism.  […]

Read Coverage of ISGAP’s “Follow the Money” Report Featured in The Times of Israel


In “Those in Glass Houses…The Hypocrisy of Foreign Funding at American Universities”, writer Richard Robertson highlights ISGAP’s seven-year research project, “Follow the Money: Undocumented Foreign Funding of American Universities”, which details how U.S. universities failed to declare billions of dollars in foreign funding from 1986 to 2018. Click here to read the article.

Read Dr. Small’s Feature in Newsweek, “Unreported Foreign Donations to Universities Foment Antisemitism”


Confirming revelations featured in ISGAP’s seven-year research project, “Follow the Money”, Dr. Small details how billions of dollars went unreported from 1986 to 2018. Middle Eastern countries dispatched this funding to  American universities to propagate antisemitism, and this research details ways through which they have regrettably succeeded.  Click here to read the article.

Antisemitism in the Academy


Nov. 12, “Antisemitism in the Academy” Dr. Charles Asher Small, Executive Director, ISGAP; Research Scholar, St. Antony’s College, Oxford Dr. Ellen Cannon, Professor of Political Science and Jewish Studies, Northeastern Illinois University; Senior Research Fellow, ISGAP Live Broadcast on Zoom Sponsored by Anshe Sholom B’nai Israel (ASBI) Jewish Orthodox Feminist Alliance (JOFA) Date: Thursday, November […]

Watch Dr. Small at the Department of Education in Washington DC


Confirming revelations featured in ISGAP’s seven-year research “Follow the Money” – U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos unveiled a report detailing the massive failure of many colleges and universities to disclose more than $6.5 billion in funding and resources from foreign sources including China, Russia, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, and Qatar. Dr. Charles […]

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ISGAP is pleased to announce that we are currently accepting applications for our Research Fellowship Programme, in critical contemporary antisemitism studies. Scholars, senior or junior, with a research interest in the interdisciplinary study of contemporary antisemitism, and related fields of racism, gender, nationalism, xenophobia, extremism, and extremist social movements, as well as social and cultural […]

Columbia’s BDS Motion Misses the Point About Dialogue


Last week, students at Columbia University passed a resolution calling for boycotting and divesting from Israel. Their motion, sponsored by the Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions movement, asserts that any commercial or intellectual connections to Israel “fall under the UN International Convention’ for both the suppression and punishment of the ‘Crime of Apartheid.’” For me, this news […]