This online streaming only event will be specially filmed in Hall One at Kings Place
After the live broadcast, ticket holders and on-demand bookers will be able to watch this performance until midnight on 31 March. For information on how to use KPlayer please refer to our guide or see the KPlayer FAQ.
Over the last 500 years the ghetto has accrued numerous contrasting and complex meanings; from the heart of Jewish culture in late medieval Western Europe and a more free-floating concept in the 19th century, to the Nazi definition and the ghettoization of African-Americans. Bryan Cheyette, author of The Ghetto: A Very Short Introduction, looks at why and when urban, racial and colonial ghettos have appeared, in the company of journalist and author Gary Younge and historian and JCORE director Edie Friedman.
Click here to purchase a copy of The Ghetto by Bryan Cheyette from Blackwell’s.
In association with JCORE