25 April, 6:30pm German Historical Institute
Prof Maleiha Malik (King’s College, University of London)
Jews and Muslims in the UK: In the Past and In the Future
The European Leo Baeck Lecture Series is organised by the Leo Baeck Institute London, the Jewish Museum and the Fritz Bauer Institut, Frankfurt am Main, in cooperation with the German Historical Institute London.
This lecture examines attitudes towards Jews and Muslims in theUKin the past as a basis for discussing racism in the present. It argues that a distinct European model of persecution racializes Jews and Muslims in similar ways. One way to break out of the pattern is to recognize the similarities between prejudice against Jews and Muslims and for both groups, as well as others, to join together in challenging contemporary racism.
Maleiha Malik is Professor of Law at King’s College,Universityof London.Her relevant publications include Discrimination Law: Theory and Practice (2008) and Anti-Muslim Prejudice in the West – Past and Present (2010).
Lectures will be held at the German Historical Institute London,17 Bloomsbury Square,LondonWC1A 2NJand begin at 6.30pm.
Admission is free but places are strictly limited and must be reserved in advance by contacting the Leo Baeck Institute, London (email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 020 7882 5690).
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