AFST 119 - (HP) Blacks and Jews: Interrelation in the DiasporaSemester Hours: 3
An examination of the relations between African-American and Jewish-Americans in the United States from the period of the “Grand Alliance” (ca., 1910-1967) to the current moment of “crisis.” Through the investigation of literature, sociological analysis, historical case studies, opinion pieces, and works of art, this course illuminates the complex and shifting relations between African-Americans and Jewish-Americans and their significance for questions of identity in the modern United States.
Same as HIST 119 , JWST 119R .
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