Walter Benn Michaels is a professor of English at the University of Illinois, Chicago. He taught previously at Berkeley and at the Johns Hopkins University. He’s the author of several scholarly books on American literature and photography but has also written about politics in places like The New York Times, the Nation and le Monde. His book on politics, THE TROUBLE WITH DIVERSITY, is misunderstood by many and loved by some — not too many people fall somewhere in between.
During this interview, Walter sheds light on the subtle aspects often missed in the “discussion of racism in America,” and inspires us to see
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