Critical Ethnicity: Countering the Waves of Identity Politics / Edition 224

Critical Ethnicity: Countering the Waves of Identity Politics / Edition 224

ISBN-10:
0847691144
ISBN-13:
9780847691142
Pub. Date:
08/28/1999
Publisher:
Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc.

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Critical Ethnicity: Countering the Waves of Identity Politics / Edition 224

As we enter the 21st century, the terms ethnicity and race are more often being used interchangeably. However, ethnicity and race have historically meant different things in the United States. What does it mean to refer to racial minorities as ethnic minorities? What are the social dynamics that have led to a broadening of the discourse on diversity and multiculturalism to include more types of culturally-based differences, while the practice of labeling those who are not white as “other” continues apace? In Critical Ethnicity, leading scholars from several disciplines explore the interactions of ethnicity, race, and education in the United States, which are embedded within discussions of diversity, multiculturalism, and identity politics. Contributors to this volume, including Stanley Aronowitz, Lilia I. Bartolome, Donaldo Macedo, Michelle Fine, Lois Weis, Linda C. Powell, Margaret Andersen, Antonia Darder, and Kofi Lomotey, reveal how terms such as “at risk” and “culture of poverty” hide the insidious racism that underlies much of our social relations. This volume attempts to help educators interpret their locations in society, to expose power relationships, and to understand how all of us--irrespective of color, gender, age, ethnicity, and sexual orientation-are affected by hegemony and oppression.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780847691142
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc.
Publication date: 08/28/1999
Series: Critical Perspectives Series: A Book Series Dedicated to Paulo Freire Series
Edition description: New Edition
Pages: 220
Product dimensions: 5.84(w) x 8.88(h) x 0.49(d)

About the Author

Robert H. Tai is a former editor of the Harvard Educational Review and he is currently assistant professor at the college of Staten Island, CUNY. Mary L. Kenyatta is a doctoral candidate at the Harvard Graduate School of Education and a former editor of the Harvard Educational Review.

Table of Contents

Introduction1
1.The Fiction of "Diversity without Oppression": Race, Ethnicity, Identity, and Power5
2.Communities of Difference: A Critical Look at Desegregated Spaces Created for and by Youth21
3.Dancing with Bigotry: The Poisoning of Racial and Ethnic Identities65
4.Between Nationality and Class93
5.Investigating Academic Initiative: Contesting Asian and Latino Educational Stereotypes117
6.Racenicity: The Relationship between Racism and Ethnicity133
7.Shattering the "Race" Lens: Toward a Critical Theory of Racism173
8.Reflections on Conventional Wisdom193
Credits199
Index201
About the Editors and Contributors211

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