Events

 

On April 13, 2018 Kenneth Stern will run a one-day workshop on antisemitism in Spokane Washington, pulling together representatives of the local Jewish community and the Peace and Justice community.

 

In November 2017 (date to be determined), Kenneth Stern will co-moderate a program on hate, featuring Eric Ward (formerly of the Ford Foundation and recent author of a monograph on antisemitism and white nationalism), at Bard College. The program will also feature the four Rosenberg fellows from summer 2017, and is generously underwritten by the Academic Engagement Network.

 

On October 26, 2017 Kenneth Stern will participate in a panel discussion on Meetinghouse, “Identity and Effective Responses to Hate” at Friends Seminary in New York City.

 

In October 2017 Kenneth Stern will be presenting at the 4th International Conference on Hate Studies, at Gonzaga University in Spokane, Washington. He will speak on “The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict’s Toxic Impact on Academic Freedom, and What Academics Can Do About.” He will also participate in two other workshops.

 

On September 9, 2017 Kenneth Stern, representing Justus Rosenberg, will speak at a commemoration of Varian Fry at Green-Wood Cemetery in Brooklyn, NY.

 

On September 8, 2017 Kenneth Stern will speak on antisemitism at the opening session for NYU’s Dual Degree students (MPA program at Wagner and MA program at Skirball Center for Jewish and Hebrew Studies).

 

Kenneth Stern conducted a multi-hour training on antisemitism for the board of the Montana Human Rights Network in Missoula MT on June 4, 2017. He also met with college faculty interested in teaching about hatred and/or antisemitism.

 

Kenneth Stern spoke on “Campus Conflicts: Defining Antisemitism,” at the National Jewish Student Journalism Conference in New York on May 22, 2017

 

Kenneth Stern spoke at the Academic Engagement Network conference in Chicago, May 15-17, 2017, at a panel on “Law and Antisemitism: Federal and State Legislation.”

 

Kenneth Stern spoke on Holocaust denial at the 92nd Street Y, on Yom HaShoah — April 24, 2017.

 

Kenneth Stern spoke on “Why Efforts to Confront Campus Antisemitism Must Promote Academic Freedom,” on May 6, 2017 at Congregation Kehilath Jesurun.

 

Justus & Karin Rosenberg Foundation President Justus Rosenberg received the Legion of Honor medal from the Government of France at a ceremony on March 30, 2017. To view ceremony click here.

 

Justus & Karin Rosenberg Foundation Executive Director Kenneth Stern spoke on “Why Legal Efforts Against Campus Antisemitism and Anti-Israel Activity Must Promote Academic Freedom,” before the American Association of Jewish Lawyers and Jurists on March 22, 2017.

 

Justus & Karin Rosenberg Foundation Executive Director Kenneth Stern spoke on “Uses and Abuses of the Law in Opposing Israel Delegitimization and Campus Disruptions” at the Academic Engagement Network Conference in Washington DC on May 26, 2016.

 

Justus & Karin Rosenberg Foundation Executive Director Kenneth Stern spoke on “The Return of Antisemitism in Europe” on April 15, 2016 as part of Bard College’s Lifetime Learning Institute. See here

 

Justus & Karin Rosenberg Foundation Executive Director Kenneth Stern spoke at a conference on genocide denial at the University of Connecticut on April 22, 2015. See here.

 

The Foundation co-sponsored an event with author Sarah Wildman about her Holocaust-related book “Paper Love,” on April 13, 2015 at Bard College (in conjunction with the Bard Human Rights Project and other Bard departments). See here.

 

Justus & Karin Rosenberg Foundation Executive Director spoke about “The BDS Movement Against Israel: Reasons, Reactions, Responses” at Yale University’s Program For the Study of Antisemitism in December, 2014.  See here.

 

Justus & Karin Rosenberg Foundation Executive Director spoke about “The BDS Movement Against Israel: Understanding and Combating a Growing Challenge” at the Huntington Jewish Center in September, 2015. See here.