Upcoming event: “Hebraism and the Harlem Renaissance: Black-Jewish Relations and Cultural Pluralism.”

On November 10th 4pm in Arts 150 (845 Rue Sherbrooke West), David Weinfeld of the University of Toronto will lecture on the topic “Hebraism and the Harlem Renaissance: Black-Jewish Relations and Cultural Pluralism.”

Weinfeld, a Montreal native, teaches American Studies at the University of Toronto. He received his PhD in History and Hebrew and Judaic Studies at New York University in 2014. He has also taught at Queens College, Temple University, and NYU. He is working on his first book, to be titled, “What Difference Does the Difference Make? Horace Kallen, Alain Locke, and the Development of Cultural Pluralism in America.”
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