From the Holocaust to Hamas: Faces of Antisemitism
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Join Michael Berenbaum in an in-depth exploration of the multifaceted nature of antisemitism through various historical and contemporary lenses. This will be a profound examination of the different manifestations and historical roots of antisemitism, shedding light on its evolution from the darkest chapters of history to present-day persecution and terror.
This class meets on the following Thursdays at noon:
February 8, Session 1: Christian and Muslim Anti-Judaism and Antisemitism
February 15, Session 2: The Protocols of the Elders of Zion and Other Big Lies
February 22, Session 3: Nazi Antisemitism – Why, however bad things are today, this is not the same
February 29, Session 4: Contemporary Antisemitism: Sources, Goals, Priorities, Crises
Michael Berenbaum is a Professor of Jewish Studies and Director of the Sigi Ziering Institute at the American Jewish University. He is a writer, a scholar and a creator of Museums. His work has been recognized by the Emmys and Academy Awards.