Exploring New Terrain in the Landscape of 20th Century Black-Jewish Relations
Hosted By: Association for Jewish Studies
The relationship between American Jews and African-Americans is the most significant – and certainly the most examined – area of Jewish interaction with a primarily non-Jewish group in mid-20th century America. In this session of the Association for Jewish Studies Annual Conference, however, Shana Bernstein, Marc Dollinger, Cheryl Greenberg, and Lauren B. Strauss focus on new scholarship, which questions some previous assumptions and shifts the emphasis of this vital area of research.
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