Category: Highlights

Dr. Charles Asher Small Leads Discussion on Tools for Decoding Antisemitism in the University

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Sergio Carmona of the South Florida Sun Sentinel, released a feature on Dr. Charles Asher Small’s presentation at the American Literature Association’s 25th annual Jewish American and Holocaust Literature Symposium in Miami Beach, Florida.   Dr. Charles Asher Small was joined by Margarete Feinstein, a professor in the Jewish studies program at Loyola Marymount University […]

Dr. Charles Small calls on the EU to fully ban Hezbollah in Jerusalem Post Feature

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Dr. Charles Asher Small, Executive Director of ISGAP, spoke with Benjamin Weinthal in a Jerusalem Post feature critiquing the European Union and Germany’s refusal to fully ban the Lebanese Shi’ite movement Hezbollah, “most lethal antisemitic terrorist organization in the world.”   Dr. Small stated:   “This is not simply a foreign affairs matter – but […]

Michael Diamond: Combating the Triumvirate of Hatred

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Michael Diamond is a leading philanthropist and thought leader in the Canadian Jewish and business communities. He recently published an article in the Canadian Jewish News declaring his support for ISGAP’s approach to fighting contemporary antisemitism, and explaining his decision to take on a leadership role within the organization as it develops a center in […]

Moscow Times interview with Author Sam Sokol on, “Putin’s Hybrid War and the Jews”

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Author Sam Sokol is interviewed by John Rogers of the Moscow Times on his new book, Putin’s Hybrid War and the Jews, published by ISGAP. The article also features an excerpt from the book! Click here to read the article.

ISGAP launches new book on Russia’s weaponization of antisemitism

https://isgap.org/post/2019/04/isgap-launches-new-book-on-russias-weaponization-of-antisemitism/

The Institute for the Study of Global Antisemitism and Policy was proud to host the launch of journalist and ISGAP Research Fellow Sam Sokol’s new book Putin’s Hybrid War and the Jews on Thursday afternoon. Published by ISGAP and drawn from Sokol’s reporting from Ukraine, the book chronicles the collapse of Jewish life in the […]

ISGAP Welcomes Natan Sharansky as Chair

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The Institute for the Study of Global Antisemitism and Policy is honored to announce Natan Sharansky as the new Chair of ISGAP, effective immediately.   Abraham H. Foxman, on behalf of the ISGAP Board of Directors, “I welcome Natan Sharansky as Chair of ISGAP. He brings leadership in human rights at the political and intellectual level […]

Watch Noah Rosenfield on his experience at the 2019 ISGAP-Oxford Summer Institute

https://isgap.org/post/2019/03/watch-noah-rosenfield-on-his-experience-at-the-2019-isgap-oxford-summer-institute/

Click the video link below to watch an interview with Noah Rosenfield, an Elie Wiesel – Martin Luther King Jr. Scholar at the 2019 ISGAP-Oxford Summer Institute. Noah Rosenfield Interview – Oxford 2019

Dr. Glen Feder on Antisemitism in France

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Antisemitism in France. Jewish cemeteries vandalized and philosopher attacked as rallies are held against the rise in hatred. Dr. Glen Feder, Director of ISGAP France, addresses this crisis and more on France 24 English.   Click here to watch the interview  

The ISGAP Papers: Antisemitism In Comparative Perspective – Volume Three

https://isgap.org/post/2019/02/the-isgap-papers-antisemitism-in-comparative-perspective-volume-three/

The Antisemitism in Comparative Perspective seminar series of the Institute for the Study of Global Antisemitism and Policy (ISGAP) continues to generate a steady flow of high-quality presentations and papers on a wide range of topics relating to antisemitism. Between 2015 and 2017, ISGAP hosted seminars at numerous academic institutions, including Harvard University, McGill University, Stanford University, […]