Race and Ethnicity: Across Time, Space and Discipline

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Collectively the papers in this book challenge the way we conceive and perceive of race and ethnicity. As a consequence they go past the ideological constraints that normally limit such discourse by disciplinarian boundaries or disciplinarian myopia. Therefore, these papers provide a critical reappraisal of race and ethnicity.
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Rodney D. Coates, Ph.D. (1987) in Sociology, University of Chicago, is Professor of Sociology and Gerontology and the Director of Black World Studies at Miami University. He has published extensively in the area of critical race and ethnic relations.

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Introduction

Part One Race Across Time
1. Apples are the Color of Blood
2. Confederate Police and the Post-Slavery Racial Order: A New Perspective on the New Orleans Race Riot of 1866 3. The State and the Production of Racial Categories
4. The End of Race? Rethinking the Meaning of Blackness in Post-Civil Rights America
5. How to Talk Nasty About Blacks Without Sounding “Racist”: Exposing the Sophisticated Style of Color-Blind Racism
6. A Critical Sociology of African Americans, the U.S. Welfare State, and Neoliberalism in the Era of Corporate Globalization
7. Looking B(l)ackward: 2097-1997

Part Two Race Across Space
8. Transforming Racial Identity Through Affirmative Action
9. Do the right thing - race and ethnic differences in integrity
10. The Black Radical Traditions in the South: Confronting Empire
11. Exploring the Racial Discrimination and Competition Processes of Race-Specific Violence in the Urban Context
12. A Black Feminist Critique of the Social Construction of Crack Cocaine along Race, Class, and Gender Lines
13. Dining While Black: Racial Rituals and the Black American Restaurant Experience
14. Ethnography, Demography and Service-Learning: Situating Lynwood Park

Part Three Race Across Discipline
15. On Black Athena, Hippocratic Medicine, and Roman Imperial Edicts: Egyptians and the Problem of Race in Classical Antiquity
16. Metaphoric Black Bodies in the Hinterlands of Race; Or, Towards Deciphering the Du Boisian Concept of Race and Nation in “The Conservation of Races”
17. Sexism, Racism and African American Muslim Women: What Does Wearing Hijab Mean to Them?
18. Repression, Racism, and Resistance: The New Orleans Black Urban Regime and a Challenge to Racist Neoliberalism
19. Ethnic Pluralism and National Identity in Nigeria
20. I Don’t Sing, I Don’t Dance, and I Don’t Play Basketball! Is Sociology Declining in Significance, or Has It Just Returned To Business As Usual?

References Notes on Contributors Index

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