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Northern Ireland and the crisis of anti-racism

by Chris Gilligan

Racism and sectarianism makes an important contribution to the discussion on the 'crisis of anti-racism' in the United Kingdom. The book looks at two phenomena that are rarely examined together - racism and...


Race and Ethnicity in English Language Teaching

by Christopher Joseph Jenks

This book examines racism and racialized discourses in the ELT profession in South Korea. The book is informed by a number of different critical approaches to race and discourse, and the discussions contained...


Goat Castle

by Karen L. Cox

In 1932, the city of Natchez, Mississippi, reckoned with an unexpected influx of journalists and tourists as the lurid story of a local murder was splashed across headlines nationwide. Two eccentrics, Richard...


Race and the Making of the Mormon People

by Max Perry Mueller

The nineteenth-century history of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Max Perry Mueller argues, illuminates the role that religion played in forming the notion of three "original" American races—red,...


Color and Character

by Pamela Grundy

At a time when race and inequality dominate national debates, the story of West Charlotte High School illuminates the possibilities and challenges of using racial and economic desegregation to foster educational...


Unstable Ground

by Alex Alvarez

Unstable Ground looks at the human impact of climate change and its potential to provoke some of the most troubling crimes against humanity—ethnic conflict, war, and genocide. Alex Alvarez provides an essential...


Ants Among Elephants

by Sujatha Gidla

The stunning true story of an untouchable family who become teachers, and one, a poet and revolutionary

Like one in six people in India, Sujatha Gidla was born an untouchable. While most untouchables are illiterate,...


Race, Education, and Reintegrating Formerly Incarcerated Citizens

by Joni Schwartz, John R. Chaney, Tiheba Bain & Jane MacKillop et al.

This timely, readable text offers an authoritative and balanced analysis of how racially driven policies in America impact post release education as a leading pathway to social reintegration. Compelling research...


Intolerance

by Robert E. Tully & Bruce Chilton

Aristotle accurately characterized humans as political animals. Whether through birth or from choice, people naturally cluster into groups for protection, advancement, and the pursuit of well-being. But Aristotle’s...


Different Class: Football, Fashion and Funk - The Story of Laurie Cunningham

by Dermot Kavanagh

In 1977, Laurie Cunningham became the first black footballer to play professionally for England and, two years later, went on to become the first Englishman to play for Real Madrid. In a time when race relations...


Policing the Black Man: Arrest, Prosecution, and Imprisonment

by Angela J. Davis

A comprehensive, readable analysis of the key issues of the Black Lives Matter movement, this thought-provoking and compelling anthology features essays by some of the nation’s most influential and respected...


Class, Race and Marxism

by David Roediger

Founder of whiteness studies surveys the race/class relationship

David Roediger’s influential work on working people who have come to identify as white has so illuminated questions of identity that its grounding...


The Power of Race in Cuba

by Danielle Pilar Clealand

In The Power of Race in Cuba, Danielle Pilar Clealand analyzes racial ideologies that negate the existence of racism and their effect on racial progress and activism through the lens of Cuba. Since 1959, Fidel...


Race in Society

by Margaret L. Andersen

Race in Society is a comprehensive, but brief, book that introduces readers to current research scholarship on race, emphasizing the socially constructed basis of race and the persistence of racial inequality...


Dream and Legacy

by Michael L. Clemons, Donathan L. Brown & William H. L. Dorsey

With contributions by:

Rosa M. Banda, Michael L. Clemons, Lakeyta M. Bonnette-Bailey, Donathan L. Brown, Hannah Firdyiwek, Alonzo M. Flowers III, Helen Taylor Greene, William G. Jones, Athena M. King, Taj’ullah...


Racism without Racists

by Eduardo Bonilla-Silva

Eduardo Bonilla-Silva’s acclaimed Racism without Racists documents how, beneath our contemporary conversation about race, there lies a full-blown arsenal of arguments, phrases, and stories that whites use...


Up From Slavery

by Booker T. Washington

Up from Slavery is one of the most influential biographies ever written. On one level it is the life story of Booker T. Washington and his rise from slavery to accomplished educator and activist. On another...


Two Weeks Every Summer

by Tobin Miller Shearer

Two Weeks Every Summer, which is based on extensive oral history interviews with former guests, hosts, and administrators in Fresh Air programs, opens a new chapter in the history of race in the United States...


Race Lessons: Using Inquiry to Teach About Race in Social Studies

by Prentice T. Chandler & Todd S. Hawley

We hold that the mission of social studies is not attainable, without attention to the ways in which race and racism play out in society—past, present, and future.

In a follow up to the book, Doing Race in...


Infrastructures of Race: Concentration and Biopolitics in Colonial Mexico

by Daniel Nemser

Many scholars believe that the modern concentration camp was born during the Cuban war for independence when Spanish authorities ordered civilians living in rural areas to report to the nearest city with a garrison...