Racism, Eh?: A Critical Inter-disciplinary Anthology of Race and Racism in Canada

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Charmaine Nelson, Camille Antoinette Nelson
Captus Press, 2004 - Canada - 465 pages
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"Racism, Eh? is the first publication that examines racism within the broad Canadian context. This anthology brings together some of the visionaries who are seeking to illuminate the topics of race and racism in Canada through the analysis of historical and contemporary issues, which address race and racism as both material and psychic phenomena. Fundamentally interdisciplinary in nature, this text will be an invaluable resource for undergraduate and graduate students, academics studying or practicing within the Humanities and the Social Sciences, and anyone seeking information on what has been a little explored and poorly understood Canadian issue."--pub. desc.
 

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Contents

Crime and Justice 63
22
Production
23
Institutional Racism
32
Lance Belangers Tango Lessons
41
Questions for Discussion
62
Examining Racism and Criminal Justice
85
Criminological Research
103
Questions for Discussion 227
117
Racism Between Jews
206
Local Colour
222
Questions for Discussion
237
Performing Desire
274
Questions for Discussion
294
Questions for Discussion
337
Each Sentence Realized or Dreamed
341
Questions for Discussion
394

Treaty Federalism
135
Questions for Discussion 272
172
Social Cohesion and the Limits
410
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