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A conversation with Emily Marker on Black France, White Europe: Youth, Race, and Belonging in the Postwar Era published in 2021 by Cornell University Press..

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A discussion with Emily Marker, she is an assistant professor of history at Rutgers University-Camden. Her research and teaching interests are in imperial and postcolonial Europe, francophone Africa, race, religion, youth, and global history. Her work has been published in The American Historical ReviewFrench Politics, Culture & Society, and Know: A Journal on the Formation of Knowledge. She has also co-edited, with Christy Pichichero, a three-part series of special issues on race and racism in France and the Francophone world today in H-France Salon. In addition to her research and teaching, Dr. Marker works on initiatives for social justice and equity in the academy. A co-founder of the Race and Pedagogy Working Group at the University of Chicago, she organizes workshops, facilitations, and community classes on power, privilege, and inclusive teaching. She is a member of the Graduate Faculty in History at Rutgers-New Brunswick and Rutgers’ Center for African Studies, and former member of the Governing Council of the Western Society for French History (WSFH). She currently chairs the Tyler Stovall WSFH Mission Prize Committee and the WSFH engagĂ©.e.s program. In this conversation, we discuss the entangled history of European integration and African decolonization and the inclusion of the postwar empire in the construction of Europe during the postwar era through the lens of youth and education initiatives.  

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