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The Politics of Jewishness in Caribbean Suriname, 1890-1959

Hosted By: Jewish Studies at Fordham University

Dr. Eli Rosenblatt presents a lecture, “Creole Ambivalence: The Politics of Jewishness in Caribbean Suriname, 1890-1959,” in conversation with Dr. Belinda Edmondson, as part of Fordham University’s year-long series titled Black Studies and Jewish Studies in Conversation.

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