During the spring semester, in-person concerts, events and lectures that involve outside guests will not be held, per the university’s COVID-19 travel and visitor policy.
Thursday, May 6, 2021 at 7:30pm to 8:30pmVirtual Event
"Israel in Black & White: The Centrality of Black Thought for Afro-Asian Jewry in Israel"
Bryan K. Roby is Assistant Professor of Judaic Studies at the University of Michigan. His expertise is on 20th century Israeli and North African Jewish history. His research and teaching interests include Jewish racial constructs; policing and civil rights globally; and 19th and 20th century North African history. He has written on social justice protests in Israel and is currently working on a second book, Israel through a Colored Lens: Racial Constructs in the Israeli Jewish Imagination, that explores the shifting boundaries of racial constructs in Israel/Palestine as well as African-American intellectual contributions to Israeli sociology and theories on race and ethnicity.
Sponsored by Cornell Jewish Studies Program, Department of Near Eastern Studies, and Africana Studies & Research Center
Register to attend: https://cornell.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_ianFsnddToKo_sa5AYNSSw