Race, ethnicity and nationalism are at the heart of many of the major social and political issues in the present global environment. New antagonisms have emerged which require a rethinking of traditional theoretical and empirical perspectives. The books in this series are based on special issues of Ethnic and Racial Studies, the leading journal for the analysis of these issues throughout the world. Expert authors and editors present interdisciplinary research and theoretical analysis, drawing on sociology, social policy, anthropology, political science, economics, geography, international relations, history, social psychology and cultural studies.
Rethinking Difference in India Through Racialization Caste, Tribe, and Hindu Nationalism in Transnational Perspective
Diaspora Mobilizations for Transitional Justice
Migration and Race in Europe
Race and Crisis
Super-Diversity in Everyday Life
By Sylvia Ang, Elaine Lynn-Ee Ho, Brenda S.A. Yeoh
October 20, 2022
Studies of racism against migrants have recently attempted to move away from the presumed dichotomy between 'white' and 'Others', yet the focus of much research remains predominantly trained on 'white' people racializing ‘Others’: whether Black, Asian or Muslim. Attending only to this 'white'/'...
By Jesús F. Cháirez-Garza, Mabel Denzin Gergan, Malini Ranganathan, Pavithra Vasudevan
September 19, 2022
Through the analytic of racialization, the chapters in this book argue that social difference in India is reproduced and buttressed through casteist, racist, colonial, and Hindu nationalist projects that generate tacit or explicit consent for continued violence against racialized others. At the ...
By C.J.J. Moses, Tobias Müller, Adela Taleb
September 05, 2022
The role of Islam in public spaces is one of the most prevalent political questions in Europe. Contestations around the construction of mosques, the ban of Islamic veils and populist rhetoric about “problematic” neighbourhoods indicate Europe’s struggles with the place of its second largest ...
By Maria Koinova, Dženeta Karabegović
March 01, 2022
Transitional justice and diaspora studies are interdisciplinary and expanding fields of study. Finding the right combination of mechanisms to forward transitional justice in post-conflict societies is an ongoing challenge for states and affected populations. Diasporas, as non-state actors with ...
By Sivamohan Valluvan, Virinder S. Kalra
March 01, 2022
This book addresses the centrality of race and racism in consolidating the nationalisms currently prominent in Brexit Britain. Particular attention is given to the issues of refugees, borders and bordering, and the wider forms of nativist and anti- Muslim sentiments that anchor today’s increasingly...
By Martin Bulmer, John Solomos
July 31, 2020
This volume celebrates the 40th Anniversary of Ethnic and Racial Studies. It reproduces eleven classic papers published in the journal, accompanied by discussions of each paper by invited specialists, and responses from the original authors. The various discussions in this volume provide an insight...
By Arthur A. Stein, Ayelet Harel-Shalev
June 30, 2020
In the current environment, most political violence occurs between internal communities, such as ethnic and religious groups, rather than between states. Such inter-communal conflict threatens both internal political stability and interstate relations. In this edited volume, a multidisciplinary and...
By James Renton
July 08, 2019
The War on Terror has established a new global order of political structures, legislation, and technologies designed to spy on the world’s Muslims. This book explains the origins and trajectories of this political system. The contributors argue that a constellation of Western ideas about Muslims ...
By Martin Bulmer, John Solomos
November 05, 2018
Migration and Race in Europe covers various facets of the interplay between migration and race in Europe. Over the past two decades there has been a growing public policy and political debate about questions linked to migration and refugee movements across the borders of Europe. This has been ...
By Philip Kasinitz, Marco Martiniello
November 11, 2019
This volume brings together the work of social scientists and music scholars examining the role of migrant and migrant descended communities in the production and consumption of popular music in Europe and North America. The contributions to the collection include studies of language and local ...
By Suman Gupta, Satnam Virdee
November 07, 2018
As the European Union seemingly teetered from a financial crisis to an immigration crisis around 2015 and onwards, discourses of race appeared to congeal in various member states. In some instances, these came with familiarly essentialist constructions; in others these were refracted cautiously ...
By Jan Willem Duyvendak, Nancy Foner, Philip Kasinitz
October 04, 2019
Presenting several in-depth studies, this book explores how super-diversity operates in every-day relations and interactions in a variety of urban settings in Western Europe and the United States. The contributors raise a broad range of questions about the nature and effects of super-diversity. ...