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Disrupting White Supremacy

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On Wednesday, February 21, from 5-9 pm in Mendelssohn Theater, the History Department will be hosting “Disrupting White Supremacy: Global Histories and Local Struggles,” a teach-in dedicated to providing historical context to our current political climate. More info below.

Disrupting White Supremacy:
Global Histories and Local Struggles


Teach-In | Wednesday, February 21, 5-9 pm  |  Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre


What happened.
Lies told about it.
Why it matters now.

The teach-in will consist of a series of lively ten-minute, historical vignettes that address the role of white supremacy as a global force in modern history, the use and misuses of history by white supremacists, and why this history matters now. The goal is to provide intellectual tools that will enable students and citizens to better understand the historical claims and blind spots of the white supremacist movement.

Free and Open to the Public | Pizza Dinner @ 9 PM | Livestream on Teach-In Website
 

Program


5 PM
  • Welcome and Introductions
5:15 PM
  • Swallowing the Red Pill: The Alt-Right and Metapolitics (Alexandra Minna Stern) 
  • White Supremacists' Medieval Fantasies (Katherine French, Taylor Sims)
  • White Supremacy and Nazi Race-Making (Anne Berg)
  • Anxieties, Walls, and Borders: How Did the New Xenophobia Begin? (Geoff Eley)
  • The Gendered Politics of Islamophobia in Europe (Rita Chin)
  • Question and Answer (tweet questions #umdisrupting)
6:40 PM
  • Freedom in a World of Slavery (Matthew Spooner)
  • Riflemen and Lawyers: Memorializing a White-Supremacist Coup d’Etat in New Orleans (Rebecca J. Scott)
  • Narratives of Race, Sex, and Violence (Stephen A. Berrey)
  • Slavery, Imperialism, and Race: A View from Islamic Africa (Rudolph “Butch” Ware)
  • Question and Answer (tweet questions #umdisrupting)
7:50 PM
  • Capitalism, Labor Migration, and White Supremacy: The Murder of Vincent Chin (Allan Lumba)
  • White Supremacy and the Rise and Fall of Affirmative Action at U-M (Matthew Countryman)
  • White Supremacy and Political Repression in the Trump Era (Austin McCoy)
  • Question and Answer (tweet questions #umdisrupting)
8:35 PM
  • Talkback: Making Use of History (Vidhya Aravind, Maryam Aziz, Sargeant Donovan-Smith, Hoai An Pham)
9:00 PM
  • Pizza Dinner (Michigan League, Second Floor)
 
Presented by the Department of History with support from LSA Democracy in Action FundAmerican Culture DepartmentCenter for Research on Learning and Teaching, and International Institute.

Visit the teach-in websiteFacebook event, and web calendar listing.
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