Drawing on anthropology, history, sociology, ethnic studies, and women's studies, this volume explores the role of race in a variety of cultural and historical contexts. The contributors show how racial ideologies intersect with gender, class, nation and sexuality in the formation of complex social identities and hierarchies. The essays address such topics as race and Egyptian nationalism, the construction of "whiteness" in the United States, and the transformation of racial categories in post-colonial Haiti. They ...

Race 1994, Rutgers University Press, New Brunswick, NJ

ISBN-13: 9780813521091

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