Antisemitism: From Its Origins to the Present - a New Free Online Course on Antisemitism from Yad Vashem

Antisemitism: From Its Origins to the Present - a New Free Online Course on Antisemitism from Yad Vashem

Yad Vashem's new and innovative online course Antisemitism: From Its Origins to the Present traces the history of antisemitism - from antiquity to the present. It is currently available for free on the UK based digital education platform FutureLearn, which ispartnered with over 100 leading academic institutions worldwide.

REMINDER: Call for Papers - Global perspectives on racism, antisemitism and nationalism (Mid-term conference of the ESA’s RN31 in Ferrara, 5-6 September 2018 University of Ferrara (Italy))

Dear colleagues

This is a gentle reminder that the deadline for submission of abstracts for the mid-term conference of the European Sociological Association’s Research Network RN31 "Ethnic Relations, Racism and Antisemitism” is set for 20th of May 2018 and that everyone is very welcome to submit his/her abstract. If you have not submitted your abstract already, please, have a look at the CfP below and join us in Ferrara (Italy) this September. Thank you!

Sincerely

Zbyněk Tarant

 

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CfA: GEOP Interdisciplinary Research Workshops

Call for Applications: GEOP Interdisciplinary Research Workshops

POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews - through the Global Education Outreach Program - invites individuals and institutions to propose three-day research workshops to be held at POLIN Museum on topics related to the history and culture of Polish Jews, including new perspectives on public history, museums, and cultural memory. We especially encourage interdisciplinary and comparative approaches.

Important activities of POLIN Museum are related to Jewish art and architecture.

Studia Judaica Special Issue | Revolution, Violence, and the Jews of the Russian Empire, 1904–1907

We are pleased to anounce the new special issue of 'Studia Judaica':

 

STUDIA JUDAICA VOL. 20 (2017) NO. 1 (39)

REVOLUTION, VIOLENCE, AND THE JEWS OF THE RUSSIAN EMPIRE, 1904–1907

 

Guest Editors:

Artur Markowski, University of Warsaw and

Scott Ury, Tel Aviv University

 

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