Postcolonial Views on Antisemitism: South Africa as an example

hosted by International Institute for Education and Research on Antisemitism (IIBSA) and Amadeu Antonio Foundation (AAS). WithKaren Milner, South African Jewish Board of DeputiesKlaas Mokgomole, Africans for PeaceBenji Shulman, South African Zionist Federation The event will focus on antisemitism and the experiences of Jews in South Africa, as well as the role of South Africa […]

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Ildikó Barna: Online Antisemitism during the Coronavirus Pandemic in Hungary

Online-Seminar mit: Speaker: Ildikó Barna, Associate Professor of Sociology at Eötvös Loránd University (ELTE) Faculty of Social Sciences in Budapest where she also serves as a Head of the Department of Social Research Methodology. Co-author: Árpád Knap Chair: Grischa Stanjek, Director of Communications, IIBSA. It is well-known that Jews have been accused many times throughout […]

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Zbyněk Tarant: The Central Role of Esotericism in Antisemitism – A Case Study of Czech Republic and Slovakia

Online-Seminar mit: Speaker: Zbyněk Tarant, vice-chairman of the Department of Near-Eastern Studies, University of West Bohemia in Pilsen, Czech Republic. Chair: Kim Robin Stoller, Chair of the Board of Directors, IIBSA. When debating the issue of conspiracy theories and “fake-news”, we often tend to overlook the genuine quasi-religious nature of the conspiracist myths. In fact, most conspiracy […]

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Philip Spencer: Contemporary Antisemitism in the UK (Englisch)

Online-Seminar mit: Speaker: Philip Spencer, Emeritus Professor of Holocaust and Genocide Studies at Kingston University and co-author with Robert Fine of Anti-Semitism and the Left: On the return of the Jewish Question, Manchester University Press, 2017. Chair: Kim Robin Stoller, Chair of the Board of Directors, IIBSA. It is well-known that antisemitism can take different forms at […]

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