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  1. Diverse Spaces of Childhood and Youth

    Gender and socio-cultural differences

    Edited by Ruth Evans, Louise Holt

    Diverse Spaces of Childhood and Youth focuses on the diverse spaces and discourses of children and youth globally. The chapters explore the influence of gender, age and other socio-cultural differences, such as race, ethnicity and migration trajectories, on the everyday lives of children and...

    Published August 13th 2013 by Routledge

  2. African Diaspora and the Metropolis

    Reading the African, African American and Caribbean Experience

    Edited by Fassil Demissie

    At the end of the 19th and at the beginning of the 20th century, a number of African American and Caribbean intellectuals and immigrants of the African Diaspora with all their apprehensions set out in steamships en route and carried with them a certain presence to the metropoleis of Europe and...

    Published August 8th 2013 by Routledge

  3. Non-racialism in South Africa

    Edited by David Everatt

    When Nelson Mandela was elected President of South Africa in 1994, the world looked on at the ‘miracle’ of racial reconciliation that unfolded in South Africa. However, the dream of a ‘Rainbow Nation’ (in Archbishop Desmond Tutu’s phrase) seems to be fading, and racial identities seem to be more...

    Published July 17th 2013 by Routledge

  4. Retheorizing Race and Whiteness in the 21st Century

    Changes and Challenges

    Edited by Charles A. Gallagher, France Winddance Twine

    Series: Ethnic and Racial Studies

    Retheorizing Race and Whiteness in the 21st Century examines the role whiteness and white identities play in framing and reworking racial categories, hierarchies and boundaries within the context of nation, class, gender and immigration. It takes as its theoretical starting point the understanding...

    Published May 31st 2013 by Routledge

  5. Changing Gay Male Identities

    By Andrew J. Cooper

    Series: Routledge Advances in Sociology

    As the world changes, so sexual identities are changing. In a context of globalisation, mass communication and technological advances, individuals find themselves able to make lifestyle choices in new and different ways. In this increasingly confusing world, sociologists have argued that identities...

    Published April 4th 2013 by Routledge

  6. Accounting for Ethnic and Racial Diversity

    The Challenge of Enumeration

    Edited by Patrick Simon, Victor Piché

    Series: Ethnic and Racial Studies

    By the end of the 20th century, the ethnic question had resurfaced in public debate. Every country had been affected by what is commonly known as cultural pluralism, as a result of conflicts interpreted from an ethnic perspective, for instance, in the Balkans and central Africa; nationalist...

    Published April 2nd 2013 by Routledge

  7. Black Citizenship and Authenticity in the Civil Rights Movement

    By Randolph Hohle

    Series: Routledge Research in Race and Ethnicity

    This book explains the emergence of two competing forms of black political representation that transformed the objectives and meanings of local action, created boundaries between national and local struggles for racial equality, and prompted a white response to the civil rights movement that set...

    Published December 19th 2012 by Routledge

  8. Race and Ethnicity: The Key Concepts

    By Amy Ansell

    Series: Routledge Key Guides

    Situating the study of race and ethnicity within its historical and intellectual context, this much needed guide exposes students to the broad diversity of scholarship within the field. It provides a clear and succinct explanation of more than 70 key terms, their conceptual evolution over time, and...

    Published December 17th 2012 by Routledge

  9. Jim Crow Citizenship

    Liberalism and the Southern Defense of Racial Hierarchy

    By Marek D. Steedman

    Series: Routledge Series on Identity Politics

    In the late 1860s the U.S. federal government initiated the most abrupt transition from slavery to citizenship in the Americas. The transformation, of course, did not stick, but it did permanently alter the terms of American citizenship and initiated a century long struggle over the place of...

    Published December 5th 2012 by Routledge

  10. Fighting Discrimination in Europe

    The Case for a Race-Conscious Approach

    Edited by Mathias Möschel, Costanza Hermanin, Michele Grigolo

    Series: Ethnic and Racial Studies

    The member states of the EU have only very recently begun to consider race and racism in the framework of equality legislation and policies. As opposed to an established Anglo-Saxon tradition of naming races and using racial categorisation to fight racism, most continental European countries resist...

    Published August 13th 2012 by Routledge