LDB authors are active in a wide range of research publication. These articles are some of the most recent contributions in areas relevant to LDB's mission.
Student Chapter Fact Sheet
In a major new initiative, LDB has formed a network of chapters for students at select law schools throughout the United States. These chapters are fostering a new generation of leaders who share LDB’s mission.
The Louis D. Brandeis Center FAQs About Defining Anti-Semitism
This fact sheet offers insight on the importance of defining anti-Semitism, highlights previous efforts to define anti-Semitism, and provides guidance on what further steps are needed in order to adopt a uniform definition of anti-Semitism in the United States today.
Fact Sheet on the Elements of Anti-Semitic Discourse
Government officials, university administrators and academic faculty often need resources for identifying anti-Semitic discourse that can supplement existing definitions such as the U.S. Department of State definition and the International Working Definition. This Fact Sheet meets that need by highlighting some of the most common motifs in anti-Semitic discourse. The following inter-related tropes and memes ,intended to be illustrative rather than exhaustive, have long been markers for anti-Semitism
LDB is committed to combating anti-Semitism on college and university campuses across the nation. In a major new initiative, LDB is launching a nationwide network of inaugural chapters for students at select law schools throughout the United States.
Short Guide to the Law Against Campus Anti-Semitism
Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 prohibits discrimination in federally assisted programs and activities, including nearly all public and private colleges and universities, on the basis of race, color, or national origin. When discrimination occurs, the university must promptly and adequately respond.
Best Practices Guide for Combating Campus Anti-Semitism and Anti-Israelism
In recent years, university administrators have had to face a number of anti-Semitic and anti-Israeli disruptions on their campuses. The following best practices are intended to help administrators address campus anti-Semitism and discrimination on the basis of Israeli national origin.
Gregory H. Stanton Professor Stanton has received degrees from Oberlin College, Harvard Divinity School, Yale Law School and a masters and doctorate in cultural anthropology from the University of Chicago. He was a fellow at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars (2001-2002).