“Yale announced the creation Tuesday of the first university-based center in North America dedicated to the study of anti-Semitism.” New York Times
`Increasingly, Jewish communities around the world feel under threat,” said Charles Small, director of the new Yale Initiative for Interdisciplinary Study of Anti-Semitism. “I think we need to understand the current manifestation of this disease.” Guardian Newspaper, London
“The new center, which will be based at the Institution for Social and Policy Studies (Yale) will run a seminar series, Antisemitism in Comparative Perspective.” Herald Tribune “Citing growing anti-Semitism around the world, Yale University said Tuesday it has created the first university-based center in North America dedicated to the study of the subject.” Jerusalem Post
“The Yale Initiative for Interdisciplinary Study of Antisemitism will provide a forum for scholars to research contemporary causes of antisemitism and ways to combat it”, said Charles Small, the center’s director. Washington Post
“Anti-Semitism has re-emerged internationally in a manner that many leading scholars and policymakers take seriously,” Small said. “Because of this, there is a need to establish a high-caliber, interdisciplinary, nonpartisan, scholarly institute, so that students and faculty can engage these issues fully.” Ha’aretz Newspaper
“Yale Creates Center on Antisemitism.” Los Angeles Times
“The interdisciplinary scope of the topic and magnitude of the policy questions it raises are sure to attract top scholars and generate valuable discussion and research,” Donald Green, Director of ISPS. Hartford Courantt.