Devoted to both historical and contemporary forms of antisemitism, The Benjamin and Barbara Zucker Lecture Series features scholars from a variety of disciplinary perspectives (History, Literature, Political Science, Sociology, Psychology, Law, etc.) sharing their cutting-edge research on the causes and effects of antisemitism as well as strategies to combat it.
All YPSA lectures take place at the Whitney Humanities Center (unless otherwise stated) and are free and open to the public.
To see the calendar of events click here.
This lecture series is made possible thanks to a generous gift from Benjamin and Barbara Zucker.