Race, Culture and Difference / Edition 1 available in Paperback
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- SAGE Publications
Blending cultural studies and political analysis, this interdisciplinary text both illuminates and moves forward debates over 'race' and its meanings in contemporary society and in educational and social policy.
Table of Contents
General IntroductionPART ONE: ANTIRACISM: POSSIBILITIES AND LIMITSChanging the Subject? Racism, Culture and Education - Ali RattansiThe End of Antiracism - Paul Gilroy'It's racism what dunnit' - Philip Cohen Hidden Narratives in Theories of RacismFeminism and Antiracism - Caroline Knowles and Sharmila MercerDifference, Diversity and Differentiation - Avtar BrahPART TWO: 'US' AND 'THEM'The Beginnings of English Literary Study in British India - Gauri ViswanathanBlack Bodies, White Bodies - Sander L GilmanRacism, Representation, Psychoanalysis - Claire Pajaczkowska and Lola YoungThe Fact of Blackness - Frantz FanonPART THREE: COMMUNITY AND DIASPORAColonialism and Humanism - Robert A YoungNew Ethnicities - Stuart HallBritish Asian Muslims and the Rushdie Affair - Tariq ModoodFundamentalism, Multi-Culturalism and Women in Britain - Nira Yuval-Davis