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Why Racism Should Matter for Jewish Studies Scholars

Hosted By: Association for Jewish Studies

In this plenary session of the Association for Jewish Studies Annual Conference, professors Barbara Harris Combs, Jonathan K. Crane, Joe Feagin, Lewis R. Gordon and H. Susannah Heschel address how anti-racism efforts can shape Jewish studies pedagogy and research; considers the potential impact of Black Lives Matter on Jewish Studies; and explores the ways in which new research on the intersection of race, gender, and nation informs Jewish studies research and teaching.

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