Race and America s Long War

Race and America s Long War

Kahil Gibran Muhammad, The Condemnation of Blackness: Race, Crime, and the Making of Modern Urban America (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2010), 4. 37. Robert Perkinson, Texas Tough: The Rise of America's Prison Empire (New ...

Author: Nikhil Pal Singh

Publisher: Univ of California Press

ISBN: 9780520968837

Category: Political Science

Page: 296

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Donald Trump’s election to the U.S. presidency in 2016, which placed control of the government in the hands of the most racially homogenous, far-right political party in the Western world, produced shock and disbelief for liberals, progressives, and leftists globally. Yet most of the immediate analysis neglects longer-term accounting of how the United States arrived here. Race and America’s Long War examines the relationship between war, politics, police power, and the changing contours of race and racism in the contemporary United States. Nikhil Pal Singh argues that the United States’ pursuit of war since the September 11 terrorist attacks has reanimated a longer history of imperial statecraft that segregated and eliminated enemies both within and overseas. America’s territorial expansion and Indian removals, settler in-migration and nativist restriction, and African slavery and its afterlives were formative social and political processes that drove the rise of the United States as a capitalist world power long before the onset of globalization. Spanning the course of U.S. history, these crucial essays show how the return of racism and war as seemingly permanent features of American public and political life is at the heart of our present crisis and collective disorientation.
Categories: Political Science

Racing for the America s Cup 1974

Racing for the America s Cup  1974

A View from the Candy Store Theodore A. Jones. ' ' ' }' Torpedo Range -^.n. Buoy "A" Start of French /Australian Race.

Author: Theodore A. Jones

Publisher: Quadrangle/The New York Times Book Company

ISBN: PSU:000004906759

Category: America's Cup

Page: 177

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Categories: America's Cup

Race Reconciliation in America

Race   Reconciliation in America

... John, 20, 48 Cosby, Bill, 183-84 Coulter, Anne, 184 criminal justice, and race in America, 171 cultural collaboration, 133 cultural conditioning, 124-26, 133-34, 135, 141 cultural mythology, 187-88 Curtis, Christopher Paul, 74 Dean, ...

Author: William S. Cohen

Publisher: Lexington Books

ISBN: 9780739135501

Category: Social Science

Page: 231

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Convinced that what is needed in America is a serious, open, civil dialogue on racial, ethnic, and religious prejudice, William S. Cohen and Janet Langhart Cohen brought together an august and varied group of individuals in July 2008. Meeting in Washington, D.C., the participants, including Douglas Blackmon, Deepak Chopra, Sam Donaldson, Louis Gossett, Jr., and the Honorable John Lewis, came together to further a national conversation about the need for truth, tolerance, and reconciliation and what we can do to help all of our citizens to achieve their dreams in this land of great promise.
Categories: Social Science

Race Ethnicity and Place in a Changing America

Race  Ethnicity  and Place in a Changing America

Three Asian immigrant groups , who provided essential , in- expensive labor for some of the most difficult and dirty jobs to help develop the American West Coast , were the Chinese , Japanese , and Filipinos .

Author: John W. Frazier

Publisher: Global Academic Publishing

ISBN: 1586842641

Category: Social Science

Page: 448

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Categories: Social Science

The Color of Race in America 1900 1940

The Color of Race in America  1900 1940

Du Bois called the story of his life an "illustration and exemplification of what race has meant in the world in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries."9 Raised in New England and steeped in the works of Hegel, Herder, and the American ...

Author: Matthew Pratt Guterl

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015053171875

Category: History

Page: 264

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With the social change brought on by the great migration of African Americans into the urban northeast after the Great War came a surge of a biracial sensibility in America. This book examines what white and black people thought about race and attempted to control the demographic transformation.
Categories: History

Race And Ethnicity In Latin America

Race And Ethnicity In Latin America

Anglo - Saxon North Americans are just as ' ethnic ' as Italian - Americans ) . A variant on this view argues that ' ideas of " race " may or may not form part of ethnic ideologies and their presence or absence does not seem to be a ...

Author: Peter Wade

Publisher: Pluto Press

ISBN: 0745309879

Category: History

Page: 164

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6. Black and indian social movements
Categories: History

Slavery Race and American History

Slavery  Race and American History

Boas, “Human Faculty as Determined by Race,” Proceedings of the American Association for the Advancement of Science 43 (1894): 308, 317, 325, 327; “Race Problems in America,” Science, n.s. 29 (May 28, 1909): 843, 847–848; ...

Author: John David Smith

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781317459859

Category: History

Page: 310

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These essays introduce the complexities of researching and analyzing race. This book focuses on problems confronted while researching, writing and interpreting race and slavery, such as conflict between ideological perspectives, and changing interpretations of the questions.
Categories: History

The Subject of Race in American Science Fiction

The Subject of Race in American Science Fiction

to the connection of these global trends to the specific issues of race within the United States, in particular the status of African-Americans. Schuyler's creation of The Association for Tolerance in America and its use of popular ...

Author: Sharon DeGraw

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781135864590

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 240

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While the connections between science fiction and race have largely been neglected by scholars, racial identity is a key element of the subjectivity constructed in American SF. In his Mars series, Edgar Rice Burroughs primarily supported essentialist constructions of racial identity, but also included a few elements of racial egalitarianism. Writing in the 1930s, George S. Schuyler revised Burroughs' normative SF triangle of white author, white audience, and white protagonist and promoted an individualistic, highly variable concept of race instead. While both Burroughs and Schuyler wrote SF focusing on racial identity, the largely separate genres of science fiction and African American literature prevented the similarities between the two authors from being adequately acknowledged and explored. Beginning in the 1960s, Samuel R. Delany more fully joined SF and African American literature. Delany expands on Schuyler's racial constructionist approach to identity, including gender and sexuality in addition to race. Critically intertwining the genres of SF and African American literature allows a critique of the racism in the science fiction and a more accurate and positive portrayal of the scientific connections in the African American literature. Connecting the popular fiction of Burroughs, the controversial career of Schuyler, and the postmodern texts of Delany illuminates a gradual change from a stable, essentialist construction of racial identity at the turn of the century to the variable, social construction of poststructuralist subjectivity today.
Categories: Literary Criticism

Race and the Production of Modern American Nationalism

Race and the Production of Modern American Nationalism

identity have started to sort out the relationship between an American racial ideology defined in terms of "black" and "white" and one that classed subgroups of "whites" as separate and unequal "races.

Author: Reynolds J. Scott-Childress

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781317777557

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 424

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First published in 1999. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Categories: Literary Criticism

Slavery Race in American Popular Culture

Slavery   Race in American Popular Culture

The youthful society of early nineteenth - century America already had begun to question imported values and structures of institutional ... Black slavery gradually was becoming a fundamental of American sociopolitical life .

Author: William L. Van Deburg

Publisher: Univ of Wisconsin Press

ISBN: 0299096343

Category: History

Page: 284

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Spanning more than three centuries, from the colonial era to the present, Van Deburg's overview analyzes the works of American historians, dramatists, novelists, poets, lyricists, and filmmakers -- and exposes, through those artists' often disquieting perceptions, the cultural underpinnings of American current racial attitudes and divisions. Crucial to Van Deburg's analysis is his contrast of black and white attitudes toward the Afro-American slave experience. There has, in fact, been a persistent dichotomy between the two races' literary, historical, and theatrical representations of slavery. If white culture-makers have stressed the "unmanning" of the slaves and encouraged such steteotypes as the Noble Savage and the comic minstrel to justify the blacks' subordination, Afro-Americans have emphasized a counter self-image that celebrates the slaves' creativity, dignity, pride, and assertiveness. ISBN 0-299-09634-3 (pbk.) : $12.50.
Categories: History