Racial Imagination and the American Dream The Peace-Maker, The Prophet and The Politician
School Choice, Race and Social Anxiety Exploring French Middle-Class Parental Risks
Black Families and Recession in the United States The Enduring Impact of the Great Recession of 2007–2009
By Kareem Muhammad
October 02, 2023
This book advances the view that concentrated black power is the backbone of the Democratic Party and, as such, black empowerment represents the last hope for the US both domestically and internationally. Through analyses of secondary data, historical archives, and a variety of political and ...
By Charles P. Henry
August 25, 2023
Although the phrase "the American Dream" dates from the 1930s, the concept or idea of the American Dream is as old as the country. The values proclaimed in the Declaration of Independence and reaffirmed (and extended) in the Gettysburg Address have been continuously promoted by every American ...
By Karis Campion
May 31, 2023
By examining Black mixed-race identities in the city through a series of historical vantage points, Making Mixed Race provides in-depth insights into the geographical and historical contexts that shape the possibilities and constraints for identifications. Whilst popular representations of ...
By Desmond Francis Goss
May 31, 2023
This book unpacks the character of pornographic representations of queer Black masculinity and how these representations vary between corporate and noncorporate producers. The author argues that representations of Black men in gay porn rely on stereotypes of Black masculinity to arouse ...
By Sheila Khan, Nazir Ahmed Can, Helena Machado
May 31, 2023
Based on the premise that the project of Western Modernity is a structuring element of our societies, Racism and Racial Surveillance explores in detail its legacies of coloniality and racialization that interfere in a subtle and perverse way in the current social, cultural and political systems. ...
By Anthony E. Healy
May 31, 2023
Based on a carefully contextualized and critical study, this book tells how France’s dominant social and political ideology and prevailing cultural conventions abate the effects of race and anxiety within school choice, here focused on public-school middle-class parents living among immigrants in ...
By Tobias Hübinette, Catrin Lundström, Peter Wikström
May 12, 2023
Race in Sweden is an introduction to, and a critical investigation of, the Swedish relationship to race in the post-war and contemporary eras. This relationship is fundamentally shaped by an ideology of colourblindness, with any kind of race talk being taboo in public discourse and everyday ...
By Ayhan Kaya, Ayşenur Benevento, Metin Koca
April 10, 2023
This book analyses the factors and processes behind radicalisation of both native and self-identified Muslim youths. It argues that European youth responds differently to the challenges posed by contemporary flows of globalisation such as deindustrialisation, socio-economic, political, spatial, and...
By Cara Hagan
January 09, 2023
Bringing together a diverse chorus of voices and experiences in the pursuit of collective bodily, emotional, and spiritual liberation, Practicing Yoga as Resistance examines yoga as it is experienced across the Western cultural landscape through an intersectional, feminist lens. Naming the systems...
By Dorothy Smith-Ruiz, Albert M. Kopak
September 26, 2022
Black Families and the Recession in the United States goes beyond the massive loss of property among African Americans during the Great Recession of 2007–2009. It connects the housing experience to broader systems of inequality in America. Following the Great Recession of 2007–2009, the US ...
By Terence Heng
August 01, 2022
In an age of increasingly fragmented migration, consumption, and globalisation, how do diasporic individuals navigate their ethnic identities? Diasporas, Weddings and the Trajectories of Ethnicity investigates the ways that Chinese Singaporeans shape their Chineseness through wedding rituals and ...
By Marta Padovan-Özdemir, Trine Øland
May 18, 2022
This book explores contemporary Danish relations of colonial complicity in welfare work with newly arrived refugees (1978-2016) as recursive histories that reveal new shapes and shades of racism. Focussing on super- and subordination in helping relations of postcoloniality, the book displays the ...