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Lecture: “From Salsa to Jalsa: Race, Music and the Global Andalus” with Professor Hisham Aidi (Columbia University)
Hisham Aidi is Senior Lecturer in International Relations at Columbia University's School of International and Public Affairs. He is the author of Redeploying the State (Palgrave 2008) a comparative study of market reform and labor movements in Latin America; and co-editor, with Manning Marable, of Black Routes to Islam (Palgrave 2009). Aidi is the recipient of the Carnegie Scholar Award (2008) and the Open Society Foundation Fellowship (2010). His most recent book Rebel Music: Race, Empire and the…Find out more »