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Relating worlds of racism : dehumanisation, belonging, and the normativity of European whiteness

Author: Philomena Essed; Karen Farquharson; Kathryn Pillay; Elisa Joy White
Publisher: Cham, Switzerland : Palgrave Macmillan, [2019] ©2019
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This international edited collection examines how racism trajectories and manifestations in different locations relate and influence each other. The book unmasks and foregrounds the ways in which notions of European Whiteness have found form in a variety of global contexts that continue to sustain racism as an operational norm resulting in exclusion, violence, human rights violations, isolation and limited full  Read more...
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Relating worlds of racism.
Cham, Switzerland : Palgrave Macmillan, [2019]
(DLC) 2018946608
(OCoLC)1028614416
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Philomena Essed; Karen Farquharson; Kathryn Pillay; Elisa Joy White
ISBN: 9783319789903 3319789902
OCLC Number: 1049802347
Description: 1 online resource (xxiii, 463 pages) : illustrations
Contents: Looking for race : pigmented pasts and colonial mentality in "non racial" Africa / Moses E. Ochonu --
Practices "odious among the Northern and Western nations of Europe" : Whiteness and religious freedom in the United States / Danielle N. Boaz --
The 'Indian' question : examining autochthony, citizenship, and belonging in south Africa / Kathryn Pillay --
Don't know nothin' 'bout subsistence; we Gullah! : construction of self as indigenous in the Americas / Sharon Y. Fuller --
Race and racism in Eastern Europe : becoming White, becoming Western / Ian Law and Nikolay Zakharov --
Mestizaje : the all-inclusive fiction / Linnete Manrique --
Managing racism on the field in Australian junior sport / Karen Farquharsom, Romón Spaaij, Sean Gorman, Ruth Jeanes, Dean Lusher, and Jonathan Magee --
Shifting racialised positioning of Polish migrant women in Manchester and Barcelona / Alina Rzepnikowska --
Black is not beautiful : the German myth of race / Susann Therese Samples --
A different apartheid : structural, legal, and discursive foundations for comparing South Africa and Israel / Jeffrey John Barnes --
Gaza, Black face and Islamophobia : intersectionality of race and gender in (counter- ) discourse in the Netherlands / Anne de Jong --
Are you grime or part-time?! : reviewing race and 'realness' in Britain's grime scene / Monique Charles --
Dis'qualified! : Serena Williams and Brittney Griner : Black female athletes and the politics of the im/possible / Delia D. Douglas --
The emergence of race as a social category in Northern Europe / Anna Rastas --
Peripheralised in the periphery : migration, deportation, and detainment in Ireland and Spain / Elisa Joy White --
Blackness and racial mixture in Portland, Oregon and Esmeraldas, Ecuador / Ethan Johnson.
Responsibility: Philomena Essed, Karen Farquharson, Kathryn Pillay, Elisa Joy White, editors.

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