Racism and Anti-Semitism: global, national and local perspectives

The seminar of the International Platform on Racism and Antisemitism intends to approach racism and anti-Semitism as a global, national and local phenomena, resulting from numerous metamorphoses and historical evolutions. The old forms of racism have not disappeared, but they are now in institutional and systemic mode, and in so-called "cultural" or "differentialist" form. Hatred and rejection of the other are now to be found on social networks (conspiracy theories, often anti-Semitic) and in algorithms.

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In 2015, a few months after the attacks on Charlie Hebdo and Hyper Cacher (Kosher), the FMSH launched its Platform on Violence and Exiting Violence to improve understanding of the different stages that characterize violence, from entry (radicalization, arming, training, acting out, etc.) to exit (transitional justice, demobilization, memory, trauma, prevention, etc.), as well as its various forms (mafia, organized crime, digital radicalization, etc.).

DATE DE MISE A JOUR : 07/01/2020

Racism and Anti-Semitism: global, national and local perspectives (2020)

The seminar of the International Platform on Racism and Antisemitism intends to approach racism and anti-Semitism as a global, national and local phenomena, resulting from numerous metamorphoses and historical evolutions. The old forms of racism have not disappeared, but they are now in institutional and systemic mode, and in so-called "cultural" or "differentialist" form. Hatred and rejection of the other are now to be found on social networks (conspiracy theories, often anti-Semitic) and in algorithms.

Atinati Mamatsashvili

Atinati Mamatsashvili est Professeure de littérature comparée à l’Université d’État Ilia (Tbilissi, Géorgie). Elle a soutenu sa thèse à Aix-Marseille Université sous la direction de Fridrun Rinner. Mamatsashvili était chercheuse invitée à Aix-Marseille Université (2017-2018), Sorbonne Université (2015 – 2017), Université de Namur (2012-2014), Université Paris-Est Créteil (2010-2011). Ses domaines de recherches portent sur la littérature engagée, littérature et régimes totalitaires, littérature et antisémitisme.

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