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What's On: October - December 2020

The Pears Institute holds seminars, workshops and conferences for scholars, and lectures, discussions and film screenings that are open to everyone.

Memory and Contestation: Histories and Representations of African Enslavement and the Holocaust in Britain Today

6th June, 2014

Memory and Contestation: Histories and Representations of African Enslavement and the Holocaust in Britain Today

Caroline Bressey, University College London; David Cesarani, Royal Holloway, University of London; Linda Grant, Writer; Tony Kushner, University of Southampton; Paul Salmons, Institute of Education, University of London; Andrea Stuart, Writer; Arthur Torrington, Windrush Foundation; Tony Warner, Black History Walks

Caroline Bressey, University College London; David Cesarani, Royal Holloway, University of London; Linda Grant, Writer; Tony Kushner, University of Southampton; Paul Salmons, Institute of Education, University of London; Andrea Stuart, Writer; Arthur Torrington, Windrush Foundation; Tony Warner, Black History Walks

Narratives of Violence

16th June, 2014

Narratives of Violence

Donald L. Horowitz, Duke University; Eyal Naveh, Tel Aviv University; Rainer Schulze, University of Essex; Steven Zipperstein, Stanford University.

Donald L. Horowitz, Duke University; Eyal Naveh, Tel Aviv University; Rainer Schulze, University of Essex; Steven Zipperstein, Stanford University.

Debating Antisemitism: Why do Jews Disagree so Much?

26th June, 2014

Debating Antisemitism: Why do Jews Disagree so Much?

Diana Pinto, intellectual historian and author; Keith Kahn-Harris, writer and sociologist; David Feldman, Director, Pears Institute for the study of Antisemitism, Birkbeck, University of London

Diana Pinto, intellectual historian and author; Keith Kahn-Harris, writer and sociologist; David Feldman, Director, Pears Institute for the study of Antisemitism, Birkbeck, University of London

Professor David Feldman, Director – 2

In an age of populism and nationalism it is more important than ever to understand the connections between antisemitism and other forms of racialization.

Professor David Feldman, Director

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