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Dark thoughts : race and the eclipse of society

Author: Charles C Lemert
Publisher: New York : Routledge, 2002.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Argues that race is the central feature of modern culture; this was true for the twentieth century and it will be true for the twenty-first and reflects the most urgent social issues: race relations,  Read more...

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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Charles C Lemert
ISBN: 0415934443 9780415934442 0415934451 9780415934459
OCLC Number: 48858398
Description: viii, 335 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: Dark Days, September 11, 2001 --
Pt. I. The Beginnings of a Millennium, 1990s. The Coming of My Last Born, April 8, 1998. The Eclipse of Society, 1901-2001. Blood and Skin, 1999. Whose We? Dark Thoughts of the Universal Self, 1998. A Call in the Morning, 1988. The Rights and Justices of the Multicultural Panic, 1990s --
Pt. II. The Last New Century, 1890s. Calling out Father by Calling up His Mother, 1947. The Colored Woman's Office: Anna Julia Cooper, 1892. Get on Home, 1949. Bad Dreams of Big Business: Charlotte Perkins Gilman, 1898. All Kinds of People Gettin' On, 1954. The Color Line: W. E. B. Du Bois, 1903 --
Pt. III. Between, Before and Beyond, 1873-2020. When Good People Do Evil, 1989. The Queer Passing of Analytic Things: Nella Larsen, 1929. What Would Jesus Have Done? 1965. The Race of Time: Deconstruction, Du Bois, and Reconstruction, 1935-1873. Dreaming in the Dark, November 26, 1997. Justice in the Colonizer's Nightmare: Muhammad, Malcolm, and Necessary Drag, 1965-2020. A Call in the Night, February 11, 2000. The Gospel According to Matt: Suicide and the Good of Society, 2000.
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"The insightful & often emotional look at the complexities surrounding race, color, gender, & identity emphasizes that social theory stems from the lived experiences of real people. Readers are Read more...

 
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