Professor Giuseppe Cecere – “What Happened to Mr. Cohen? The Case of Egypt Between Fundamentalist Media and Islamic Traditions”

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Title: “What Happened to Mr. Cohen? The Case of Egypt Between Fundamentalist Media and Islamic Traditions” Speaker: Professor Giuseppe Cecere, Research Associate, IFAO- Institut Francais d’Archeologie du Caire Eastern Section d’Eudes Coptes, Arabes et Islamiques; Professor of Arabic Studies and

Professor Valentina Colombo – “Ancient History and New Languages in Islamic Antisemitism”

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Title: “Ancient History and New Languages in Islamic Antisemitism” Speaker: Professor Valentina Colombo at Sapienza University of Rome, Distinguished Senior Fellow at the European Foundation for Democracy in Bruxelles; Researcher in History of Islamic Countries, European University of Rome Date:

Professor Uzi Rabi – “Iran and Israel and the Arab World: New Discourses in a Changing Environment”

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Title: “Iran and Israel and the Arab World: New Discourses in a Changing Environment”” Speaker: Professor Uzi Rabi, Director, Moshe Dayan Center for Middle Eastern Studies, Tel Aviv University Date: Thursday, May 1, 2014 Location: Columbia University, as part of

“The Silence of the Human Rights Community Amid the Threat of Contemporary Global Antisemitism, Demonisation and Incitement Against the Jewish People”- Dr. Charles Asher Small – UN Q&A

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Title: “The Silence of the Human Rights Community Amid the Threat of Contemporary Global Antisemitism, Demonisation and Incitement Against the Jewish People” Speaker: Dr. Charles Asher Small, Director of ISGAP; Koret Fellow, Hoover Institution, Stanford University Date: Monday, April 28,

“The Silence of the Human Rights Community Amid the Threat of Contemporary Global Antisemitism, Demonisation and Incitement Against the Jewish People” – Dr. Charles Asher Small Addresses the UN

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Title: “The Silence of the Human Rights Community Amid the Threat of Contemporary Global Antisemitism, Demonisation and Incitement Against the Jewish People” Speaker: Dr. Charles Asher Small, Director of ISGAP; Koret Fellow, Hoover Institution, Stanford University Date: Monday, April 28,

Dr. Günther Jikeli – “European Muslim Antisemitism”

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Title: “European Muslim Antisemitism” Speaker: Dr. Gunther Jikeli, Justin M. Druck Family Visiting Scholar, Institute for the Study of Contemporary Antisemitism and Fellow, Moses Mendelssohn Center for European-Jewish Studies Date: Tuesday, April 29, 2014 Location: Theatre Room, Harvard Faculty Club,

Dr. David Hirsh – “Fraser v UCU: Tribunal Finds No Antisemitism, Only Jews Trying to Silence Criticism of Israel”

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Title: “Fraser v UCU: Tribunal Finds No Antisemitism, Only Jews Trying to Silence Criticism of Israel” Speaker: Dr. David Hirsh, Goldsmiths College, University of London
 Date: Tuesday, April 28, 2014 Location: Theatre Room, Harvard Faculty Club, as part of the

Jennifer Roskies – “Multiculturalism and Marginalization: A Double-Edged Sword”

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Title: “Multiculturalism and Marginalization: A Double-Edged Sword” Speaker: Jennifer Roskies, Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs; Doctoral Candidate, Bar-Ilan University; Research Consultant, ISGAP Date: April 24, 2014 Location: ISGAP Center, New York, as part of the ISGAP Seminar Series “Antisemitism in

Rabbi Joseph Telushkin – “Why The Jews? The Reason for Antisemitism”

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Title: “Why The Jews? The Reason for Antisemitism” Speaker: Rabbi Joseph Telushkin, Rabbi, Author Date: Wednesday, April 24, 2014 Location: Columbia University, as part of the ISGAP seminar series “Antisemitism in Comparative Perspective”

Ambassador Ephraim Halevy- “Sovereignties and Players Local and International – Old and New – Struggling to Reshape a Crumbling Middle East Landscape. Quo Vadis?”

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Title: “Sovereignties and Players Local and International – Old and New – Struggling to Reshape a Crumbling Middle East Landscape. Quo Vadis?” Speaker: Ambassador Ephraim Halevy, Head of the Center for Strategic Policy Studies, Hebrew University of Jerusalem’s School of