Jews and Quakers: prejudice and privilege (hosted by CRQS)
£90.00 – £125.00
Religious prejudice and privilege manifest in multiple ways in our society and our lives. Antisemitism is still common, and Quakers are not immune from it. Historically, some Quakers experienced brief periods of persecution, but most now experience the privileges of the majority Christian culture. Both Jewish and Quaker identities are intersectional, only one aspect of a person’s complete identity. We are inviting proposals for short papers (20 minutes + Q&A) or panels (two to four papers). See https://jewsandquakers.wordpress.com/ for details.
Hosted by the Centre for Research in Quaker Studies with Ben Pink Dandelion and Rhiannon Grant
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