Blackness In Israel: Rethinking Racial Boundaries (zoom and in-person)

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photo of Blackness in Israel: Rethinking Racial Boundaries book
November 8, 2022
9:45AM - 10:55AM
Location
Ohio State campus, 168 Dulles Hall, 230 Annie and John Glenn Ave., Columbus, OH 43210

Date Range
Add to Calendar 2022-11-08 09:45:00 2022-11-08 10:55:00 Blackness In Israel: Rethinking Racial Boundaries (zoom and in-person) and via Zoom The Thomas and Diann Mann Israel Series   In this panel discussion, Uri Dorchin and Gabriella Djerrahian will talk about their new book, “Blackness in Israel: Rethinking Racial Boundaries.” The discussion will explore how different communities and individuals in Modern Israel engage with the identity and concept of blackness. Focusing on groups such as Palestinians, Middle Eastern Jews and Ethiopian Jews, the panel will shed new light on questions of race, ethnicity and practices of inclusion and exclusion in Israeli history and culture. Moderator: Ori Yehudai Department of History, The Ohio State University Panel: Uri Dorchin  Behavioral Sciences Academic College, Zefat, Israel Gabriella Djerrahian Sociology and Anthropology Concordia University, Montreal, Canada This program is a hybrid event. In person: Ohio State campus, 168 Dulles Hall, 230 Annie and John Glenn Ave, Columbus, OH 43210. And via Zoom To register, email fireman.2@osu.edu and indicate if you wish to attend in-person or remotely via Zoom. Those attending remotely will receive the Zoom link shortly before the program. Supported by the Thomas and Diann Mann Israel Fund. Ohio State campus, 168 Dulles Hall, 230 Annie and John Glenn Ave., Columbus, OH 43210 Melton Center for Jewish Studies asc-meltoncenter@osu.edu America/New_York public
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and via Zoom

The Thomas and Diann Mann Israel Series

 

In this panel discussion, Uri Dorchin and Gabriella Djerrahian will talk about their new book, “Blackness in Israel: Rethinking Racial Boundaries.” The discussion will explore how different communities and individuals in Modern Israel engage with the identity and concept of blackness. Focusing on groups such as Palestinians, Middle Eastern Jews and Ethiopian Jews, the panel will shed new light on questions of race, ethnicity and practices of inclusion and exclusion in Israeli history and culture.

Moderator:
Ori Yehudai
Department of History, The Ohio State University

Panel:

Uri Dorchin 
Behavioral Sciences
Academic College, Zefat, Israel

Gabriella Djerrahian
Sociology and Anthropology
Concordia University, Montreal, Canada

This program is a hybrid event.

In person: Ohio State campus, 168 Dulles Hall, 230 Annie and John Glenn Ave, Columbus, OH 43210.

And via Zoom
To register, email fireman.2@osu.edu and indicate if you wish to attend in-person or remotely via Zoom. Those attending remotely will receive the Zoom link shortly before the program.

Supported by the Thomas and Diann Mann Israel Fund.