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A project of the Multicultural Center in Saxony-Anhalt, supported by the United States Consulate General in Leipzig.

Die Fachstelle Globaler Antisemitismus arbeitet schwerpunktmäßig im Bereich der Wissenschaftsvermittlung und des Wissenstransfers. Insbesondere Forschungsergebnisse aus dem anglo-amerikanischen Raum werden dabei nicht nur für ein Fachpublikum, sondern vor allem für Praktiker*innen verschiedener Berufsgruppen aufgearbeitet.

Dabei wird vor allem auf aktuellste Phänomene globaler antisemitischer Diskurse und ihrer digitalen Verbreitungs- und Resonanzräume fokussiert. In den digitalen Vorträgen oder Paneldiskussionen der Fachstelle stellen renommierte Forscher*innen ihre Ergebnisse vor, in der Reihe Dossiers der Fachstelle Globaler Antisemitismus werden diese dann in deutscher Sprache publiziert.

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The Fachstelle Globaler Antisemitismus works primarily in the field of science communication and knowledge transfer. The knowledge produced in the English speaking research community in particular is not only processed for a specialist audience, but above all for practitioners from various professional groups.

The primary focus will be on the most current phenomena of global anti-Semitic discourses and their digital spaces of dissemination and resonance. In the digital lectures or panel discussions of the Center, renowned researchers present their findings, which are then published in German in the series Dossiers der Fachstelle Globaler Antisemitismus.

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Digitale Vortragsreihe 2021
Aktuelle Erscheinungsformen des globalen Antisemitismus

Digital Lecture series 2021
Current Manifestations of Global Anti-Semitism

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( November 2021 )

Reichsbürger, Souveränisten und Antisemitismus – Die USA, Russland und Deutschland im Vergleich

Reichsbürger, Sovereign citizens and Anti-Semitism United States, Russia and Germany Compared

15. November 2021, 18.00 Uhr  November 15th, 2021 - 6.00 pm CET

Jan Rathje – Senior Researcher, Center for Monitoring, Analysis and Strategy (CeMAS), Berlin

Conspiracy Against the Volk. The Role of Antisemitism for German Conspiracy Ideological Sovereignism

Mark Pitcavage – Senior Research Fellow, Centre on Extremism, Anti-Defamation League (ADL), Washington, D.C.

The Sovereign Citizen Movement in the US - Its Origins, Ideology and Tactics in the Context of other Right-Wing Extremist Movements

Mikhail Akhmetiev – Senior Reseacher, Sova Center for Information and Analysis, Moscow

Sovereignist Communities in Russia: A Brief Introduction

Vergangene Veranstaltungen

Soziale Medien als Katalysatoren antisemitischen Hasses 

Social Media as Catalysts of Anti-Semitic Hatred 

14. Juni 2021, 18.00 Uhr                June 14, 2021 - 6.00 pm CET

Hans Goldenbaum – Head of Prevention, Multicultural Centre Saxony-Anhalt (Germany)

Introduction - Globaler Antisemitismus und digitale Welten

Imran Ahmed – CEO of the Center for Countering Digital Hate (USA)

Antisemitism in the anti-Vaxx movement’s ideology and propaganda

Dr Andre Oboler – CEO of the Online Hate Prevention Institute (Australia)

Social Media and antisemitism – a symbiotic relationship?

Antisemitische Bewegungen und QAnon im digitalen Raum

Anti-Semitic Movements and QAnon in the Digital Space

19. Juli 2021, 18.00 Uhr                July 19, 2021 - 6.00 pm CET

Hans Goldenbaum – Head of Prevention, Multicultural Centre Saxony-Anhalt (Germany)

Introduction - Qanon from a German perspective

​Mike Rothschild – Journalist and author, latest book: "The Storm Is Upon Us. How Qanon became a movement, cult, and conspiracy theory of everything" (USA)

Qanon as a movement, cult and conspiracy theory

Joel Rubin – Executive Director of the American Jewish Congress (USA)

Political Violence in the United States in the context of Neo-Nazi, QAnon and Antisemitic Online Chatter

Leela McClintock – Analyst, Limbik Inc./Project Trust (USA)

Quantifiying Q - What can we learn from a data-driven approach

Antisemitismus und Radikalisierung in der „Chan-Kultur“    

Anti-Semitism and Radicalization in the "Chan Culture" 

13. September 2021, 18.00 Uhr         September 13, 2021 - 6.00 pm

​​Dr Patrick Scolyer-Gray - Sociologist and Cyber Security expert, 460degrees

Chan culture and radicalisation – a digital ethnography approach


​Savvas Zannettou - Information Scientist and Analyst, Postdoctoral Researcher, Max Planck Institute for Informatics

Understanding antisemitism in online spaces – the use of data-driven methods

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