With a fascinating new introduction on the proliferation and development of the field of whiteness studies and updated essays throughout, this much-anticipated second ddition continues to redefine our understanding of race and society. Also inlcludes three maps.
|Publisher:||Taylor & Francis|
|Product dimensions:||7.00(w) x 10.00(h) x 0.94(d)|
About the Author
Michelle Fine is Distinguished Professor of Social and Personality Psychology at the City University of New York, Graduate Center.
Lois Weis is Professor of Sociology of Education at the University at Buffalo, State University of New York.
Linda Powell Pruitt is a Senior Fellow at the Research Center for Leadership in Action, Robert F. Wagner School of Public Service, New York University.
April Burns is a doctoral student in Social and Personality Psychology at the City University of New York, Graduate Center.
Table of Contents
|1||Behind Blue Eyes: Whiteness and Contemporary U.S. Racial Politics||3|
|2||How Did Jews Become White Folks?||17|
|3||Behind the Gates: Social Splitting and the "Other"||35|
|4||Black Infants and White Men: Tied into a Single Garment of Destiny||52|
|5||Keeping the White Queen in Play||65|
|6||Making White Right: Race and the Politics of Educational Reform||74|
|7||Whites Are from Mars, O. J. Is from Planet Hollywood: Blacks Don't Support O. J. and Whites Just Don't Get It||89|
|8||Growing Up Girl: Psychosocial Explorations of Gender and Class||98|
|9||Adolescent Masculinity, Homophobia, and Violence: Random School Shootings 1982-2001||114|
|10||Excavating a "Moment in History": Privilege and Loss inside White Working-Class Masculinity||128|
|11||Affirmative Action: Diversity, Merit, and the Benefit of White People||145|
|12||Race, Suburban Resentment, and the Representation of the Inner City in Contemporary Film and Television||163|
|13||The Revolution of Little Girls||175|
|14||Representations of Race and Social Responsibility: News Stories about Neglect and Failure to Protect||186|
|15||Finding a Place to Pee and Other Struggles of Ethnography: Reflections on Race and Method||206|
|16||White Experimenters, White Blood, and Other White Conditions: Locating the Psychologist's Race||215|
|17||The Achievement (K)not: Whiteness and "Black Underachievement"||235|
|18||Witnessing Whiteness/Gathering Intelligence||245|
|19||Color Blindness in Teacher Education: An Optical Delusion||257|
|20||Resisting Diversity: An Alaskan Case of Institutional Struggle||273|
|21||"We Didn't See Color": The Salience of Color Blindness in Desegregated Schools||284|
|22||Narrating the Multicultural Nation: Rosa Parks and the White Mythology of the Civil Rights Movement||302|
|23||Through the Looking Glass: Implications of Studying Whiteness for Feminist Methods||315|
|24||Racism and "Whiteness" in Transitions to Peace: Indigenous Peoples, Human Rights, and the Struggle for Justice||331|
|25||Racial Wrongs and Restitutions: The Role of Guilt and Other Group-Based Emotions||345|
|26||White Educators as Allies: Moving from Awareness to Action||362|
|27||The Racing of Capability and Culpability in Desegregated Schools: Discourses of Merit and Responsibility||373|
|28||White Antiracism in Multiracial Families||395|
|29||Whiteness of a Different Color?||411|