Antisemitism continues to plague our world. It appears in a wide range of forms from ill-informed statements to murderous rampages. That it never goes away is obvious to all. But how is today’s antisemitism different from earlier forms, and how can individuals and societies combat it?
The Arizona Center for Judaic Studies with Title Sponsors Ken and Linda Robin will host an international conference focused on the tropes and vocabulary of political Antisemitism. Antisemitism has been on the rise since the turn of 21st century in Europe and, more recently also in the United States, not only in terms of the number of daily attacks against Jews and Jewish communities, but also in political discourse, both on the far right and the far left.
In this conference leading scholars and community leaders will examine the vocabulary and tropes of 21st century antisemitism, will explain why these tropes remain popular in political discourse, and will offer suggestions on how present-day Antisemitism can be combated. The conference will take place on February 23-24, 2020, at the University of Arizona in Tucson, Arizona. View our CALENDAR for more information.
Registration & Payment
Conference fee: $50 per person, per day or $75/ person for both Day 1 and Day 2
*Registration for this event is open until Friday, February 21,2020
Conference Dinner fee: $50/ person
Pozez Memorial Lecture Series, Keynote Speaker: Luciana Berger
*You must register for conference dinner no later than Friday, February 14, 2020
Students: *FREE, must be current student w/ ID. Registration is required to attend.
Please Note: You must register for each event to attend. You are welcome to attend one or all events.
Conference daytime registration includes 1 parking reservation for the Second Street Garage
Cancellation Policy: Attendees can receive refunds up to 7 days before the event start date.
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