Disputes about cultural identity can be traced throughout history. In the first century C.E., Alexandria was one of the most diverse, multicultural cities of the Roman Empire. In 38 CE large-scale riots broke out between Greek and Jewish Alexandrians.
Looi van Kessel and Nynke Feenstra collaborate in a blog series on the intersection of different minoritizing identifications. In this series final, they reflect on the main insights they have acquired while writing this series.