Race and Racialization: Essential Readings

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Tania Das Gupta
Canadian Scholars’ Press, 2007 - Social Science - 375 pages
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This provocative volume will influence the way people think of race and racialization. It provides a thorough examination of these complex and intriguing subjects with historical, comparative, and international contributions.

Edited as a theoretically strong, cohesive whole, this book unites a remarkable ensemble of academic thinkers and writers from a diversity of backgrounds. Themes of ethnocentrism, cultural genocide, conquest and colonization, disease and pandemics, slavery, and the social construction of racism run throughout.

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Contents

Chapter 1
4
Chapter 2
10
Chapter 3
15
Chapter 4
24
Chapter 5
31
Chapter 6
45
Chapter 7
56
Chapter 8
65
Chapter 23
188
Chapter 24
202
Chapter 25
209
Chapter 26
217
Chapter 27
234
Chapter 28
240
Chapter 29
247
Chapter 30
260

Chapter 9
74
Chapter 10
83
Chapter 11
89
Chapter 12
95
Chapter 13
101
Chapter 14
116
Chapter 15
121
Chapter 16
125
Chapter 17
132
Chapter 18
144
Chapter 19
149
Chapter 20
155
Chapter 21
168
Chapter 22
179
Chapter 31
266
Chapter 32
280
Chapter 33
293
Chapter 34
301
Chapter 35
309
Chapter 36
316
Chapter 37
328
Chapter 38
339
Chapter 39
350
Chapter 40
356
Chapter 41
363
Copyright Acknowledgements
373
Back Cover
376
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Lead editor Tania Das Gupta is an established Canadian scholar and Professor of Sociology in the Department of Equity Studies in the Faculty of Liberal Arts & Professional Studies at York University. Her research interests are in race, migration, diaspora as well as women and work.

>Carl E. James, a respected academic and experienced author, teaches in the Faculty of Education and also in the Department of Sociology at York University. His research interests include equity as related to race, class, gender and citizenship.

Roger C.A. Maaka is Head of Native Studies at the University of Saskatchewan. He is a respected academic from New Zealand, a Maori expert and scholar. Dr. Maaka's research interests include Indigenous Peoples' quest for equity.

Grace-Edward Galabuzi is Associate Professor at Ryerson University in the Department of Politics and Public Administration.

Chris Andersen is Metis from Saskatchewan, and Associate Professor at the Faculty of Native Studies, University of Alberta.

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