The Yale Program for the Study of Antisemitism Gift Fund

The Yale Program for the Study of Antisemitism (YPSA) seeks to cast light on hatred directed against Jews from antiquity to the present.  It is currently one of the few programs at an American university dedicated exclusively to analyzing the phenomenon of antisemitism. Since its founding in 2011, it has organized over one hundred events as well as given out thousands of dollars of research funding to Yale faculty and students.  It has also hired a series of postdoctoral associates to teach much-needed classes on antisemitism for Yale undergraduates.

The program now finds itself at a crossroads. In order to address the needs of the times and expand its reach, YPSA must build out its programming, staff, and key outreach activities.  

To support YPSA, please contribute to the YPSA Gift Fund by:

Going to For Humanity: The Yale Campaign - YPSA to make your contribution.


Sending a check payable to Yale University to the address below with Yale Program for the Study of Antisemitism and designation #31944 in the memo line.

Yale University Office of Development Contribution Processing
P.O. Box 2038
New Haven, CT 06521-2038

If you have any questions, please contact YPSA Faculty Director, Maurice Samuels at