Abraham Foxman, former professor at the CJC, is interviewed by The Hoya about his views on rising anti-semitism and its connections to nationalism and the Trump administration.

CJC Students

BEB #3: Healing and Resisting through Challah

Bossier Magazine
September 26, 2018

Madeline Budman writes about her identity as a Jewish student on campus, anti-Semitism, and the hope she has for change in the future as the result of an engaged student body.

Current events

The real story behind Gaza's marches: The Gazans who chose to stay home

YNet News
April 24, 2018

Analysis: The ordinary Palestinian is not only politically weary, he is also increasingly alienated from his leadership and political institutions as venues to propel a meaningful change in his life. Under such circumstances, responding to Hamas’ calls to protest and risk one’s lives by marching towards the border makes little sense.


Father Patrick Desbois on CNN (Transcript)

April 11, 2018 | Los Angeles, CA

CJC faculty member Father Patrick Desbois speaks to CNN anchor Isha Sesay about his upcoming book, The Terrorist Factory: ISIS, the Yazidi Genocide and Exporting Terror.

Spotlight: Father Patrick Desbois's research and writing

Times of Israel
April 11, 2018

The Times of Israel spotlights Father Patrick Desbois's book, "Holocaust by Bullets," based on his research at Yahad-in Unum.

Current events

After Documenting Nazi Crimes, a French Priest Exposes ISIS Attacks on Yazidis

March 18, 2018

Rev. Patrick Desbois talks to NPR regarding his study of the Holocaust and ISIL.

Current events

Meet the French Priest Documenting Crimes Committed by ISIS against Yazidis

March 9, 2018

Rev. Patrick Desbois speaks with NPR's Ari Shapiro regarding his work documenting ISIL crimes against the Yazidis.

Current events

Auschwitz Tour Guide On Poland's Holocaust Complicity Ban

February 11, 2018

Professor Anna Sommer Schneider talks with NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro regarding the recent Holocaust complicity ban passed in Poland.

Auschwitz Tour Guide On Poland's Holocaust Complicity Ban

NPR's Weekend Edition
February 11, 2018 | Washington, DC

The Center for Jewish Civilization's Associate Director and former Auschwitz Tour Guide Anna Sommer Schneider speaks to NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro about Poland's fraught relationship with Holocaust history.

The Jerusalem Decision: The View from Washington, Tel Aviv, and Ankara

Turkish Heritage Organization
December 18, 2017 | Was

Moran Stern, an Adjunct Lecturer at the Center for Jewish Civilization, discussed with fellow panelists Prof. Dr. Cagri Erhan (Altinbas University) and Dr. Raphael Danziger (Editor-in-Chief Emeritus, AIPAC) the significance of the Jerusalem decision, among other subjects.