Category: Highlights

ISGAP-Oxford Summer Institute, Pembroke College, Oxford – In-Person Programme Accepting Applications

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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 […]

ISGAP is Seeking a Full-Time Managing Director: Click Here to Learn More

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Background: The Institute for the Study of Global Antisemitism and Policy (“ISGAP”) is a leading international academic institute dedicated to the study, teaching, and creation of policy to map, assess, and combat contemporary antisemitism, related forms of discrimination and issues of human rights. Founded in 2004, ISGAP works with top tier universities globally and renowned […]

Antisemitism and Societal Fragmentation: How can we Talk About Israel, Jews and Race? – Watch The Seminar

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1 June, “Antisemitism and Societal Fragmentation: How can we Talk About Israel, Jews and Race?” Open Discussion with: Dr. Joel Finklestein, Director, Network Contagion Research Institute; Visiting Scholar, Madison Program for Ideas and Institutions, Princeton University Dr. Pamela Paresky, Senior Scholar, Network Contagion Research Institute; Visiting Senior Research Associate, Stevanovich Institute on the Formation of Knowledge […]

New ISGAP Publication – Antisemitism and Pedagogy: Papers from the ISGAP-Oxford Summer Institute for Curriculum Development in Critical Antisemitism Studies

https://isgap.org/post/2021/06/new-isgap-publication-available-teaching-antisemitism-today-papers-from-the-isgap-oxford-summer-institute-for-curriculum-development-in-critical-antisemitism-studies/

Founded in 2004, the Institute for the Study of Global Antisemitism and Policy (ISGAP) is the first interdisciplinary research center dedicated to the study of antisemitism to be established in North America. Its mission is to explore antisemitism from a wide range of approaches and perspectives within an academic framework, including the study of such […]

Statement on Recent Upsurge of Global Antisemitism

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An Important Message from ISGAP Like you, all of us at the Institute for the Study of Global Antisemitism and Policy are watching in horror at the global impact of the Israel-Hamas conflict, and the calls to attack Jewish communities and individuals throughout the world.  While ISGAP welcomes the ceasefire, we remain alert as the […]

ISGAP Scholars Support the IHRA Definition of Antisemitism

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The Institute for the Study of Global Antisemitism and Policy (ISGAP) recently circulated a letter supporting the Working Definition of Antisemitism from the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance (IHRA).  The letter currently has more than 300 signatures from leading scholars, intellectuals, and professionals throughout the world.  ISGAP’s statement comes in the wake of increasing opposition to […]

Groundbreaking Symposium on the Origins and Manifestations of Antisemitism from North Africa – Day Two

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26 May, “ISGAP Symposium on The Origins and Manifestations of Antisemitism from North Africa – Session Two” Dr. Georges Bensoussan, Historian and Editor-In-Chief, Revue d’histoire de la Shoah, France Professor Tewfic Aclimandos, Department of International Relations, Collège de France; Visiting Professor, Cairo University; France Dr. Joël Kotek, Free University of Brussels and the Institut d’Etudes […]

Groundbreaking Symposium on the Origins and Manifestations of Antisemitism from North Africa

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19 May, “ISGAP Symposium on The Origins and Manifestations of Antisemitism from North Africa – Session One” Professor Yassin Abdel Aziz, University Ibnou Zohr, Morocco Ahmed Assid, Philosopher and Political Activist, Royal Institute of Amazigh Culture, Morocco Mohamed Abdelwahab al-Rafiqi, Ex-Salafist turned Social Activist against Extremism, Morocco Professor Bruce Maddy-Weitzman, Department of Middle Eastern and African History, […]

ISGAP-Oxford Civil Servants Programme, Merton College, Oxford – Virtual Programme Now Accepting Applications

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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 […]

Read ISGAP’s Chair and Human Rights Activist, Natan Sharansky op-ed in The Washington Post: The Sakharov Centenary arrives with an Urgently Needed Message About Freedom

https://isgap.org/post/2021/01/read-isgaps-chair-and-human-rights-activist-natan-sharansky-op-ed-on-the-washington-postthe-sakharov-centenary-arrives-with-an-urgently-needed-message-about-freedom/

19 May 2021 – The Washington Post Natan Sharansky, Chair of ISGAP, former political prisoner, and human rights activist, discusses Andrei Sakharov’s seminal essay challenging totalitarianism. Sharansky reflects upon his own life and the challenges to freedom in modern democracies. To read the full story, click here.