Category: Highlights

Webinar on the Festering Wound of Racism in the U.S., where do we go from here?

June 4, “The Festering Wound: Racism in the United States, where do we go from here?” Click here to watch. Speakers Dr. Charles Asher Small, Executive Director, ISGAP; Research Scholar, St. Antony’s College, Oxford Dr. Sunni Ali, Northeastern Illinois University Dr. Harold V. Bennett, Chair, Department of Philosophy and Religion, Morehouse College Professor Ansel Brown, […]

Black PR Wire: ISGAP Calls for Justice for Ahmaud Arbery

(BPRW) ISGAP Calls for Justice for Ahmaud Arbery Where do we go from here? Combating Racism and Antisemitism in the 21st Century Zoom Webinar, Wednesday, May 20, 2020 – 11 a.m. ET   Click here to watch the Webinar.   (Black PR Wire) — Oxford, U.K.– In response to increased racism, antisemitism and xenophobia, ISGAP […]

Watch Dr. Charles Asher Small’s Webinar on Emerging Antisemitism in the U.S. in a Time of Discontent

How should the Jewish community react to the civil strife currently surging in the United States, while also trying to resume life during the coronavirus pandemic? In what ways can the Jewish community find common cause with the African American community’s fight for equality in contemporary America? Click here to watch the webinar. Emerging Antisemitism […]

Watch Medieval Antecedents of Modern Antisemitism, featuring Professor David Patterson and Dr. Ramy Aziz

CLICK HERE TO WATCH Medieval Antecedents of Modern Antisemitism Speakers Professor David Patterson, Hillel A. Feinberg Distinguished Chair in Holocaust Studies, Ackerman Center for Holocaust Studies, University of Texas at Dallas Dr. Ramy Aziz, Middle East Analyst and ISGAP Research Fellow Chair Dr. Charles Asher Small, Executive Director, ISGAP; Research Scholar, St. Antony’s College, Oxford Zoom […]

Watch the Webinar on Pandemics, Conspiracy Theories and Antisemitism

There is a historical link between associating pandemics with “the other”, and history will show that pandemics were often coincident with rising levels of antisemitic activity. In this seminar, we will both trace the history of pandemics and antisemitism, as well as look at our contemporary context as it relates to COVID-19 – where there […]

Video Highlights: ISGAP-Oxford Civil Servants Workshop

“ISGAP is truly at the cutting edge of the fight against antisemitism.” – Elan Carr, US Special Envoy to Monitor and Combat Anti-Semitism   Natan Sharansky, Chair, ISGAP Dr. Charles Asher Small, Executive Director, ISGAP   Katharina von Schnurbein, European Commission Coordinator on Combating Antisemitism and Fostering Jewish Life Special Envoy Elan Carr U.S. Special […]

Adapting Our Efforts to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) Outbreak

ISGAP’s Response to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) Outbreak   Midst the challenge from the Coronavirus, the ISGAP Team continues to monitor the situation, and is committed to adapting our efforts to map, decode and combat antisemitism. Current travel restrictions will impact ISGAP in-person programming.   Unfortunately, ISGAP will postpone the Civil Servants Workshop on Antisemitism and Policy, at […]

Mosaic Magazine: ISGAP Research Drives Investigation into Yale, Harvard and other U.S. Universities

Mosaic Magazine Feature Article on ISGAP Research   “Qatar’s Unreported Donations to American Universities May Feed Campus Anti-Zionism”   “On February 12, the Department of Education announced that it suspects Harvard and Yale of failing to report millions of dollars received from China, Iran, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, and elsewhere. The department has also accused […]

Dr. Small delivers Keynote Address at UN Geneva Conference hosted by the Muslim World League

Dr. Charles Asher Small gave a keynote address at the historic UN Geneva Conference, hosted by the Muslim World League’s Initiative for Protecting the Youth from Extremist and Violent Ideologies. Charles spoke on “Confronting Antisemitism as the Key to Eradicating Violent Extremism”. Assessing how antisemitism – a European phenomenon – was imported and fused with […]