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Race and racialization : essential readings

Author: Tania Das Gupta
Publisher: Toronto ; Vancouver : Canadian Scholars, 2018. ©2018
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : Second editionView all editions and formats
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"This second edition of Race and Racialization is an anthology of both classic and contemporary writings on race, racialization, racism, and colonialism and their intersections with indigeneity, class, gender, ethnicity, and sexuality. It offers historical, comparative, and international perspectives and features 23 new chapters and a whole new section on state multiculturalism. Edited as a theoretically strong,  Read more...
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Additional Physical Format: Race and racialization.
Toronto : Canadian Scholars, 2018
(CaOONL)2017907184X
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Tania Das Gupta
ISBN: 9781773380155 177338015X
OCLC Number: 1029230388
Description: xiii, 718 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Contents: Race and progress / Frank Boas --
The concept of race / Ashley Montagu --
The classification of races in Europe and North America : 1700-1850 / Michael Banton --
Towards scientific racism / Gustav Jahoda --
The dark matter : race and racism in the twenty-first century / Howard Winant --
Latent and manifest orientalism / Edward W. Said --
The West and the rest : discourse and power / Stuart Hall --
Does "race" matter? Transatlantic perspectives on racism after "race relations" / Robert Miles and Rudy Torres --
When place becomes race / Sherene H. Razack --
Is there a "neo-racism"? / Etienne Balibar --
The relationship between racism and anti-semitism / Michael Banton --
Global apartheid? Race and religion in the new world order / Ali A. Mazrui --
The lore of the homeland : Hindu nationalism and indigenist "neoracism" / Chetan Bhatt --
Everyday decolonization : living a decolonizing queer politics / Sarah Hunt and Cindy Holmes --
Native American DNA : tribal belonging and the false promise of genetic science/ Kim TallBear --
Mohawk interruptus : political life across the borders of settler states / Audra Simpson --
White possession and indigenous sovereignty matters / Aileen Moreton-Robinson --
Of our spiritual strivings / W.E.B. Du Bois --
Capitalism and slavery / Eric Williams --
Prelude to settlement : Indians as indentured labourers / Verene Shepherd --
Language, race, and the impossibility of multiculturalism / Eve Haque --
Immigrants, multiculturalism, and the welfare state / Carl E. James --
South Asian Canadian histories of exclusion / Alia Somani --
Building the future : a time for reconciliation / Gerard Bouchard and Charles Taylor --
Working to reconcile : truth, action, and indigenous education in Canada / Celia Haig-Brown --
Intersectionality, critical race theory, and the primacy of racism : race, class, gender, and dis/ability in education / David Gillborn --
"A raw, emotional thing" : school choice, commodification, and the racialized branding of Afrocentricity in Toronto, Canada / Kalervo N. Gulson and P. Taylor Webb --
Black mixed-race British males and the role of school teachers : new theory and evidence / Remi Joseph-Salisbury --
Colour coded labour markets / Sheila Block and Grace-Edward Galabuzi --
The integration of racism into everyday life : the story of Rosa N. / Philomena Essed --
Diversity management in the Canadian workplace : towards an anti-racism approach / Vanmala Hiranandani --
Local produce, foreign labour : labour mobility programs and global trade competitiveness in Canada / Kerry Preibisch --
The imaginary Indian : the image of the Indian in Canadian culture / Daniel Francis --
Doubling discourses and the veiled other : mediations of race and gender in Canadian media / Yasmin Jiwani --
Races, racism, and popular culture / John Solomos and Les Back --
In their own voices : African Canadians in Toronto share experiences of policy profiling / Maureen Brown --
The street gangs in prison : "It's just a revolving door" / Elizabeth Comack, Lawrence Deane, Larry Morrissette, and Jim Silver --
Indigenous girls and the violence of settler colonial policing / Jaskiran Dhillon --
Identity, belonging, and the critique of pure sameness / Paul Gilroy --
How Jews became white folks and what that says about race in America / Karen Brodkin --
Between black and white : exploring the "biracial" experience / Kerry Ann Rockquemore --
Language matters / Vijay Agnew --
How gay stays white and what kind of white it stays / Allan Bérubé --
Imperialism, history, writing, and theory / Linda Tuhiwai Smith --
Anti-racism, social movements, and civil society / Cathie Lloyd --
Struggling against history : migrant farmworkers organizing in BC / Adriana Paz Ramirez and Jennifer Jihye Chun --
Idle No More / Pamela Palmater and Sylvia McAdam (Saysewahum) --
We will win : Black Lives Matter --
Toronto / Sandra Hudson and Yusra Khogali.
Responsibility: edited by Tania Das Gupta, Carl E. James, Chris Andersen, Grace-Edward Galabuzi, and Roger C.A. Maaka.

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