Daniel A. Gordon

is the chair of the Association for the Study of Modern and Contemporary France’s North West regional group at Edge Hill University. He is also a former Alistair Horne Visiting Fellow at St Antony’s College of the University of Oxford and a former temporary lecturer in history at the University's Jesus College.

Immigrant Struggles, Anti-Racism, and May 1968: An Interview with Daniel A. Gordon

Immigrant Struggles, Anti-Racism, and May 1968: An Interview with Daniel A. Gordon

Ques­tions about migra­tion have been a fun­da­men­tal aspect of social­ist think­ing, and orga­niz­ing, for well over a cen­tu­ry. Post­war France, in par­tic­u­lar, offers impor­tant exam­ples of cre­ative ways of deal­ing with the chal­lenges of anti-racist orga­niz­ing, and allows us to redis­cov­er orga­ni­za­tions that were very open to work­ing with a plu­ral­i­ty of immi­grant com­mu­ni­ties, Euro­pean and non-Euro­pean alike, as well as with native-born French peo­ple.