2024 ISGAP-Oxford Summer Institute for Curriculum Development in Critical Contemporary Antisemitism Studies

Applications are now open for the annual ISGAP-Oxford Summer Institute for Curriculum Development in Critical Contemporary Antisemitism Studies is seeking applications. This intensive two-week workshop is scheduled to be held at St. Catherine’s College, University of Oxford, from 28 July to 9 August 2024.

Embark on a transformative journey at the ISGAP-Oxford Summer Institute, designed for those shaping the future of academia. Join us from July 28 to August 9, 2024, at St. Catherine’s College, University of Oxford, and be at the forefront of critical discussions on antisemitism. Together, we will map, decode, and combat the current explosion of global antisemitism, contributing to the development of contemporary critical antisemitism studies as a recognized academic discipline.

Why Apply:
1. Elevate Your Expertise and Shape the Conversation:
-Gain insights and knowledge to invigorate your teaching and research.
-Develop cutting-edge course syllabi guided by leading international academics.

2. Network with Top-level Academics:
-Collaborate with fellow scholars and professionals from around the world committed to challenging contemporary antisemitism within the esteemed academic environment of Oxford.
-Forge connections that transcend disciplines and endure beyond the institute.
-Unlock potential funding opportunities, opening avenues for your academic pursuits.

3. Global Recognition:
-Join a prestigious community recognized for its dedication to examining, interrogating, and challenging contemporary antisemitism.
-Showcase your affiliation with the esteemed ISGAP-Oxford community.

How to Apply:


Submit your CV, a letter of intent, two letters of recommendation, and a letter from your home department’s Chair, Dean, or Provost.
Recognizing the unique circumstances related to the challenges faced since October 7th, in lieu of a formal letter from your institution, please compose a letter demonstrating your commitment to incorporating program insights into your existing courses.
Wiesel-King Jr. Scholars:

Submit your CV, two letters of recommendation, and a concise project proposal that showcases your commitment to combatting antisemitism, racism, and other forms of discrimination. Additionally, outline your plan for implementing the proposed project upon completion of the program.
Application Deadline:

Rolling basis; apply early to secure your spot in this experience.

Tuition Fees:

Scholars-in-Residence: $2000 USD
Wiesel-King Jr. Scholars: $1400 USD


Submit your application, inquiries, and expressions of interest via email to [email protected] with the subject heading “ISGAP-Oxford 2024.”


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