Join us for the inaugural lecture in the USC Shoah Foundation’s Antisemitism Lecture Series by Dr. Dov Waxman, who will present on why we argue about antisemitism today. Antisemitism has become a contentious issue in recent years. At a time when antisemitism is resurgent, arguments about it are increasingly common. This talk will discuss why the issue of antisemitism has become so contentious. The reason is not only because people strongly disagree about what is antisemitic when it comes to the highly charged Israeli-Palestinian issue, but also because there is no longer a shared understanding of what antisemitism is. Consequently, charges of antisemitism are hotly disputed nowadays, often accompanied by accusations of bad faith.


This is a hybrid event. If you cannot attend in person, you can still see the lecture online by registering for a Zoom link.

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  • Zhuohang Liu
  • Edward Huang

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