Racialization And Class Struggle: Maoism and Sino-Black Relations
Dr. Keisha Brown, Assistant Professor of History, Tennessee State University
This talk discusses Black Internationalism in the Mao era and examines the impact of ideas of race and class in Sino-Black relations
Dr. Brown is an Asian studies scholar with a regional focus on East Asia specializing in modern Chinese history. Her research and teaching interests include comparative East Asian histories, postcolonial theory, transnational studies, world history, and race and ethnic studies. Dr. Brown’s research examines networks of difference in China used to understand the Black foreign other through an investigation of the social and political context that African Americans navigated and negotiated during their time in Maoist China.
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Wednesday, March 3, 2021 at 4:30pm to 6:00pmVirtual Event
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