Boulder JCC: Author Talk and Book Launch with Samira Mehta
In this emotionally powerful and intellectually provocative blend of memoir, cultural criticism, and theory, scholar and essayist Samira Mehta reflects on many facets of being multiracial. The Racism of People Who
In this emotionally powerful and intellectually provocative blend of memoir, cultural criticism, and theory, scholar and essayist Samira Mehta reflects on many facets of being multiracial.
The Racism of People Who Love You invites people of mixed race into the conversation on race in America and the melding of found and inherited cultures of hybrid identity.
Samira Mehta will be in conversation with Jennifer Ho, the Director of the Center for Humanities and Arts at CU, professor of Ethnic Studies, and the immediate past president of the Association for Asian American Studies
Please join us for post conversation social and book signing from 7:30 to 8
Samira K. Mehta is an Associate Professor of Women and Gender Studies and Jewish Studies. Her research and teaching focus on the intersections of religion, culture, and gender, including the politics of family life and reproduction in the United States. Her first book, Beyond Chrismukkah: The Christian-Jewish Interfaith Family in the United States was a National Jewish book award finalist.
Community Dignity Grows Education Emergency Event Gem Giving Societies Global Jewry Israel Israel & Overseas Center Israeli Emissaries JCRC jewish JEWISHcolorado Jewish Community Relations Council - JCRC Jewish culture/communal life Jewish Explorers Jewish Student Connection - JSC Joyce Zeff Israel Study Tour - IST Legacy Giving Legislation Mountain Community National Young Leadership Cabinet - NYLC One Happy Camper Partnerships Philanthropy PJ Library Ramat HaNegev Real Estate & Construction Network - RECN Safety and Security Shabbat Shalom Shinshinim Torah Ways To Give Where Your Money Goes Women Women’s Philanthropy Young Adult Division - YAD