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Virtual PhD and a Cup of Tea: Tottenham Hotspur and the Y-Word: The Contested Meanings of (Anti-)Antisemitism in Football

In February 2022, Tottenham Hotspur Football Club launched its “The WhY Word” campaign, which is calling on the fans to discontinue using the term “Yid.” Based on the analysis of numerous primary sources, interviews, and on-site research, this presentation seeks to understand the various perspectives on and the contested meanings of the term in the context of Tottenham Hotspur FC and the local fan culture.

The Vienna Model of Radicalisation: Austria and the Shoah

This new exhibition, on show for the first time in Britain, explores the significance of the Holocaust in Austria. Based on recent research, The Vienna Model of Radicalisation: Austria and the Shoah highlights the role of Vienna as gateway for the radicalisation of antisemitic policy in the Nazi State.

Fighting Antisemitism from Dreyfus to Today

This timely exhibition explores the individuals, organisations and campaigns that have fought back against antisemitism in France, Britain and Germany over the century since the time of the Dreyfus Affair.

Talk: Decoding Antisemitism: analysing content, structure and frequency of antisemitism in online comments sections

What antisemitic reactions have been triggered online by recent news stories, such as the Russian invasion of Ukraine, terrorist attacks in Israel, or novelist Sally Rooney’s boycott of Israeli publishers? Which stereotypes and conspiracy theories are they fuelling? Decoding Antisemitism is a transnational and interdisciplinary research project analysing the content, structure and frequency of antisemitism in online spaces. In this talk, the team present findings from their most recent Discourse Report.

Heckling Mosley

Gillian Lazarus is a blogger and activist against antisemitism. She is a mother and grandmother, and has studied Philosophy and Jewish Studies. In this blog she details her experience protesting […]

Antisemitism on Social Media

In this talk, the editors and contributing authors of the book, ‘Antisemitism on Social Media’, will discuss how social media has revolutionised the dissemination of antisemitism and how this impacts not only victims of antisemitic hate speech but also society at large.

Panel Discussion: Antisemitism Today

More than 75 years after the Holocaust, antisemitism is on the rise again on the left as well as the far right. Our speakers have expertise on antisemitism in France, Britain and Germany, and amongst the topics that they will consider are recent manifestations of antisemitism in these countries; the connections that current day antisemitism has with antisemitism in the past, and the reasons why antisemitism persists.

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