Exhibiting the Jewish Lower East Side and Black Harlem: The Representation of Place and the Construction of Ethnic Identity in Two 1960s Museum Exhibitions

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Exhibiting the Jewish Lower East Side and Black Harlem: The Representation of Place and the Construction of Ethnic Identity in Two 1960s Museum Exhibitions

Type: Master thesis
Title: Exhibiting the Jewish Lower East Side and Black Harlem: The Representation of Place and the Construction of Ethnic Identity in Two 1960s Museum Exhibitions
Author: Spiro, Elly
Issue Date: 2017-08-31
Abstract: This thesis studies two ground-breaking museum exhibitions that took place in New York in 1966 and 1969 respectively that played an important role in the construction of Jewish American and African American memory culture and identity construction.
Supervisor: Kardux, Joke
Faculty: Faculty of Humanities
Department: North American Studies (Master)
Specialisation: North American Studies
ECTS Credits: 20
Handle: http://hdl.handle.net/1887/52298
 

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