This book presents a new framing of policy debates on the question of racism through a discursive critique of contemporary issues and contexts, drawing on a program of new European research carried out between 2010 and 2013, with a central focus on the UK. This includes analysis of the discursive construction of Muslims in three contexts: the workplace, education and the media. Informed by a fundamental critique of both the "post-racial" and the limitations of human rights strategies, it identifies the ongoing significance of contemporary raciality in governance strategies and develops a new radical agenda for addressing these processes, advocating strategies of "racism reduction."
1. The Raciality of the Post-Racial: The European Racial Crisis and the Need for a Fundamental Change 2. The Semantics of Antiracism and Tolerance 3. The Limits of Human Rights: Questions of Racial Justice 4. The Limits of Anti-Discrimination: Muslims and the Workplace 5. The Dangers of Separatism: Muslims in Education 6. The Limits of Representation: Muslims and the News Media 7. Reframing Racism: A New Agenda