Race, Religion, Migration in a Global Context

JEW ST 270
  • Quarters: Spring
  • General Education Requirements: I&S, DIV
  • Instructors: Devin Naar

Migration of “Middle Easterners” – Jews, Christians, and Muslims – from the Ottoman Empire to the United States in the twentieth century. How their experiences shaped, and were shaped by, the development of racial categories, definitions of citizenship and national belonging, and broader political, religious, and cultural dynamics linking the Mediterranean world to the Americas.