ISGAP-Oxford Civil Servants Programme, Merton College, Oxford – Virtual Programme Now Accepting Applicationshttps://isgap.org/post/2021/02/isgap-oxford-civil-servants-programme-merton-college-oxford-now-accepting-applications/
ISGAP is currently seeking candidates for a two-day workshop focused on issues of contemporary antisemitism as it relates to policy. It is designed primarily for civil servants who work in, or who are interested in areas of policy related to matters of antisemitism, race relations, discrimination, human rights, equality, justice, education and citizenship. The two-day program is […]
ISGAP-Oxford Summer Institute, Pembroke College, Oxford – Virtual Programme Now Accepting Applicationshttps://isgap.org/post/2021/01/isgap-oxford-summer-institute-pembroke-college-oxford-virtual-programme-now-accepting-applications/
The ISGAP-Oxford Summer Institute for Curriculum Development in Critical Antisemitism Studies has several Scholars-in-Residence spaces available for this intensive one-week curriculum development program in interdisciplinary critical contemporary antisemitism studies. The program is dedicated to the development of antisemitism studies as a recognized academic discipline. The program is intended primarily for professors with full-time college or university positions, though […]
Read ISGAP’s Chair and Human Rights Activist, Natan Sharansky, discuss COVID-19, Antisemitism and more in Israel Hayomhttps://isgap.org/post/2021/01/read-isgaps-chair-and-human-rights-activist-natan-sharansky-discuss-covid-19-antisemitism-and-more-in-israel-hayom/
Natan Sharansky, Chair of ISGAP, former political prisoner, and human rights activist, sat down with Israel Hayom to discuss the number of ways in which the coronavirus pandemic has affected the Jewish community, the political climate in Israel, and much more. To read the full story, click here.
Taught by Professor David Patterson, the Hillel A. Feinberg Distinguished Chair at the Ackerman Center for Holocaust Studies, University of Texas at Dallas, this four-part course will examine the millennial phenomenon of what has been deemed “the longest hatred”: Antisemitism. Exploring the history, causes, and essence of Jew-hatred, the course delves into its philosophical, theological, […]
This four-part course offers 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, the extreme left, and extreme right-wing nationalism. This area of inquiry is central to challenges confronting […]
The ISGAP Digital Research Center holds online courses, seminars and symposiums. It also includes ISGAP’s network of research scholars, faculty and students. Visit our new website and attend top lectures from the ISGAP-Oxford Summer Institute, and explore our expanding library of digital courses, including a special course based on the best lectures from our International ISGAP-Oxford Summer Institute, […]
ISGAP welcomes decision against Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP) in the Fordham University casehttps://isgap.org/post/2020/12/isgap-confronts-bigotry-the-sjp-and-the-ideology-of-the-muslim-brotherhood-at-u-s-universities/
ISGAP is at the forefront of fighting antisemitism within academia. ISGAP confronts bigotry, the SJP and the ideology of the Muslim Brotherhood, at U.S. universities. New York, December 23, 2020 — The Institute for the Study of Global Antisemitism and Policy (ISGAP) welcomed the decision by a New York appellate court on December 22 […]
In the midst of a global pandemic, ISGAP has reached new heights. From our cutting edge International Seminar Series in Arabic and Spanish, to our dynamic Research Fellowship program, and many more, ISGAP has been able to continue the fight against global antisemitism. Take a look back at 2020 and get a glimpse of what’s […]
Human Rights Activist, Former Political Prisoner and Chair of ISGAP, Natan Sharansky, Makes the Case for U.S. Support of Jimmy Lai and Hong Kong’s Democracy Advocateshttps://isgap.org/post/2020/12/human-rights-activist-former-political-prisoner-and-chair-of-isgap-natan-sharansky-makes-the-case-for-u-s-support-of-jimmy-lai-and-hong-kongs-democracy-advocates/
In an opinion piece for The Washington Post titled, “Why Jimmy Lai and Hong Kong’s democracy advocates need Biden’s public support right now”, leading human rights activist and former political prisoner, Natan Sharansky reflects upon his own captivity and urges the incoming Joe Biden Administration and the United States Congress to take stronger action in […]
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.