Theories of Race and Racism: A Reader
Theories of Race and Racism is an important and innovative collection that brings together the work of scholars who have helped to shape the study of race and racism as a historical and contemporary phenomenon. The Reader’s contributions have been chosen to reflect the different theoretical perspectives and to help readers gain a feel for the changing terms of the race and racism debate over time. Theories of Race and Racism is divided into six main sections:
— Origins and Transformations
— Sociology, Race and Social Theory
— Racism and Anti-Semitism
— Colonialism, Race and the Other
— Feminism, Difference and Identity
— Changing Boundaries and Spaces
The editors go further to explore on the relatively new areas of interest that are likely to attract attention in years to come.
Brings together foundational work in the study of race and ethnicity and writings. The text examines: origins and transformations; sociology, race and social theory; racism and anti-semitism; colonialism, race and the other; feminism, difference and identity; and changing boundaries and spaces.