Redefining Antisemitism in the United States: A Historical Approach

Tuesday, Sep 17, 2024

Tuesday, September 17 at 7 PM ET / 4 PM PT 
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$75 NEI 2024 Speaker Series (includes all sessions)

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Current conversations about antisemitism either fail to define what precisely it is, simplify the phenomenon by describing it as a conspiracy theory, and/or focus exclusively on discussions of Israel. This talk, by contrast, offers a way to think about antisemitism based on its historical manifestations in the American past. 

Britt P. Tevis, J.D./Ph.D., is the Phyllis Backer Assistant Professor in Jewish Studies in the Department of History at the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs at Syracuse University. Her work focuses on the intersection of Jews and American law with a special emphasis on the study of antisemitism. For more information on her work, please click here to visit her website.

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