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Racism postcolonialism Europe

Author: Graham Huggan; Ian Law
Publisher: Liverpool : Liverpool University Press, 2012
Series: Postcolonialism across the disciplines, 6
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : Paperback edView all editions and formats
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"Racism Postcolonialism Europe" turns the postcolonial critical gaze that had previously been most likely to train itself on regions other than Europe, and sometimes those perceived to be most culturally or geographically distant from Europe, back on Europe itself. The book argues that racism is alive and dangerously well in Europe, and examines this racism through the lens of postcolonial criticism. Postcolonial  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Graham Huggan; Ian Law
ISBN: 9781846318146 1846318149 9781846312199 1846312191
OCLC Number: 790680276
Notes: Originally published: 2009
1. Introduction Graham Huggan Part I. Concentrationary legacies 2. Concentrationary legacies: thinking through the racism of minor differences Griselda Pollock 3. Xenophobia, Anti-Semitism and feminist activism in eastern Europe: a case study of Romania Elisabeta Zelinka 4. Racism, (neo) colonialism and social justice: the struggle for the soul of the Romani movement in postsocialist Europe Nidhi Trehan and Angela Kocze Part II. Racisms of migration 5. 'A soft touch': racism and asylum seekers from a visual culture perspective Alex Rotas 6. Migration, racism and postcolonial studies in Spain Landry-Wilfrid Miampika and Maya Garcia de Vinuesa Contents 7. The 'sick man' beyond Europe: the orientalization of Turkey and Turkish immigrants in European Union accession discourses in Germany Christoph Ramm Part III. Multiculturalism and its discontents 8. Postcolonial racism: white paranoia and the terrors of multiculturalism Ashwani Sharma 9. Intolerable humiliations Philomena Essed 10. The Jyllands-Posten Muhammad cartoons controversy: racism and 'cartoon work' in the age of the World Wide Web Katarzyna Murawska-Muthesius Part IV. Towards the future? 11. Violence in France: crisis or towards postrepublicanism? Michel Wieviorka 12. The politics of imperial nostalgia Robert Spencer 13. Afterword: Europe's racial crisis? Ian Law Index
Description: x, 213 s. : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: List of contributorsAcknowledgements1 Introduction Graham HugganPart I. Concentrationary legacies2 Concentrationary legacies: thinking through the racism of minor differences Griselda Pollock3 Xenophobia, Anti-Semitism and feminist activism in eastern Europe: a case study of Romania Elisabeta Zelinka4 Racism, (neo) colonialism and social justice: the struggle for the soul of the Romani movement in postsocialist Europe Nidhi Trehan and Angela Kocze Part II. Racisms of migration5 'A soft touch': racism and asylum seekers from a visual culture perspective Alex Rotas6 Migration, racism and postcolonial studies in Spain Landry-Wilfrid Miampika and Maya Garcia de Vinuesa7 The 'sick man' beyond Europe: the orientalization of Turkey and Turkish immigrants in European Union accession discourses in Germany Christoph Ramm Part III. Multiculturalism and its discontents8 Postcolonial racism: white paranoia and the terrors of multiculturalism Ashwani Sharma9 Intolerable humiliations Philomena Essed10 The Jyllands-Posten Muhammad cartoons controversy: racism and 'cartoon work' in the age of the World Wide Web Katarzyna Murawska-Muthesius Part IV. Towards the future?11 Violence in France: crisis or towards postrepublicanism? Michel Wieviorka12 The politics of imperial nostalgia Robert Spencer13 Afterword: Europe's racial crisis? Ian Law Index
Series Title: Postcolonialism across the disciplines, 6
Responsibility: edited by Graham Huggan and Ian Law

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Racism Postcolonialism Europe turns the postcolonial critical gaze that had previously been most likely to train itself on regions other than Europe, and sometimes those perceived to be most  Read more...

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