Lewis R Gordon

Lewis R. Gordon is an Afro-Jewish philosopher, activist and also a musician, who was born on the island of Jamaica and grew up in the Bronx, New York. As Professor and Head of the Department of Philosophy at UCONN-Storrs in the United States, Gordon is a pioneer in the school of Black existentialist thought and a pre-eminent scholar working to continue the Fanonian legacy within contemporary philosophy.
JBW 2022 Digipass
Jewish Book Week Digi-Pass gives access to all eight KPlayer (online streaming) events for £39.50. Including: Mourning & Evening – Monday 28 February 1pm GMT From burials to sitting shiva, join the authors of two intriguing new books on how Jewish communities mark death. Nessa Rapoport, author of Preparing for Sabbath and A Women’s Book of Grieving, returns with Evening: A Novel, with a Jewish family mourning the death of one of two sisters. ...
Fear of Black Consciousness
Afro-Jewish philosopher Lewis R. Gordon, one of the leading scholars of Black Existentialism, joins us live from the US to discuss his ground-breaking look at how racial identity is constructed and experienced through history, art, politics and popular culture. Described by Judith Butler as “a thinker whose reflections on race have produced singular illuminations on our times”, Gordon is head of philosophy at UCONN-Storrs, visiting professor at the University of Johannesb...