The 'Great Replacement': Conspiracy Theories and Far-right Mass Violence in the Trump Era
The reelection of Donald Trump in 2020 could be described as both a symptom and cause of an uninhibited public discourse based on cultural/nationalist racism at best, biological racism at worst. In a world and age in which borders are collapsing --due to the market economy, the Internet, the Climate Crisis, demographic mutations, and mass migration -- racist, antisemitic and xenophobic rhetoric bears witness to a collective identity crisis that has historically led to mass violence. Presenters will discuss white supremacism and the so-called “great replacement” theory from an interdisciplinary and transnational perspective.

Please join us on Wednesday, November 13 for an educator workshop on "The 'Great Replacement': Conspiracy Theories and Far-right Mass Violence in the Trump Era." Workshop will run 6:00-8:00pm in 1210 Heller Hall on the West Bank campus of the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities. Presented by the Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies, cosponsored by the Center for Jewish Studies and Department of History.
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