How is it to be a Jewish Professor at a small campus facing hurtful antisemitic anti-Israel words and actions by a significant number of students and faculty, which becomes worse after Hamas’ barbaric October 7 attack? What do you do? When your approach to art history is examining personal experiences to discern broad cultural implications, how do you process such antisemitism?
David Raskin, Ph.D., is the Mohn Family Professor of Contemporary Art History at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. He is the author of Donald Judd, and has contributed to publications from the Tate Modern (London), Moderna Museet (Stockholm), MCA-Chicago, the Stedelijk Museum (Amsterdam), and Ca’Pesaro (Venice). His scholarship tells stories of art that probe personal experiences for the wider cultural implications. See more at www.davidraskin.com
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