Antisemitism and Racism in a Moment of Reckoning
How do racism and antisemitism overlap and where do they diverge and why? The public debate in the US and Europe alongside the widespread initiatives that underpin the current moment of reckoning with the legacies and ramifications of racism have insufficiently captured the complex relation of Jews to White majority society and the pervasive nature of antisemitism.
How have different scholars, activists, and educators engaged with this issue? What are constructive ways we can better deal with antisemitism in anti-racist scholarship and practice? How have antisemitism and the Jewish experience been included or excluded in diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives on US campuses?
Malinda Lindquist (CLA Associate Dean for Equity and Diversity, History, University of Minnesota Twin Cities)
- Amna Khalid (History, Carleton College)
- Jeffrey Aaron Snyder (Education, Carleton College)
- Erin Darby (Religious Studies, University of Tennessee)
- Natan Paradise (Associate Director at the Center for Jewish Studies, University of Minnesota Twin Cities)
A two-day symposium on November 8 and 9. Presented with the Center for Jewish Studies. Part of the Seeking Justice IGS Collaborative Series.