Books in category Social Science – Minority Studies

  • The Ethnographic Moment

    The Ethnographic Moment
    David A. Rees

    This collection of essays and previously unpublished papers, The Ethnographic Moment, tells the story of a remarkable chapter in Redfield's pioneering efforts on what was then an anthropological frontier.

  • Citizens strangers and in betweens essays on immigration

    Citizens, strangers, and in-betweens: essays on immigration …
    Peter H. Schuck

    Presents a collection of essays that look at the effects of immigration in the United States after 1965 and how it affects traditional American values and practices; how the courts, states, and Congress are responding to immigration; and …

  • New York Before Chinatown

    New York Before Chinatown
    John Kuo Wei Tchen

    "This fascinating book by Professor Tchen is required reading for anyone interested in the history of New York City." — Dolores Hayden, author of The Power of Place

  • Impacts of Racism on White Americans

    Impacts of Racism on White Americans
    Benjamin Bowser, Raymond G. Hunt

    A collection of papers presented on white racial attitudes, covering such topics as the political economy of white racism, and the potential problems of diversity

  • Conceptualizing Racism

    Conceptualizing Racism
    Noel A. Cazenave

    Conceptualizing Racism is a provocative book that confronts the language we use to discuss and understand racism.

  • American Babylon

    American Babylon
    Robert O. Self

    American Babylon tells this story through Oakland and its nearby suburbs, tracing both the history of civil rights and black power politics as well as the history of suburbanization and home-owner politics.

  • Intercultural Education in the European Context

    Intercultural Education in the European Context
    Dr Marco Catarci, Prof Dr Massimiliano Fiorucci

    This book offers a comparative analysis of the intercultural theories and practices developed in the European context.

  • A Different Mirror for Young People

    A Different Mirror for Young People
    Ronald Takaki

    Now Rebecca Stefoff, who adapted Howard Zinn's best-selling A People's History of the United States for younger readers, turns the updated 2008 edition of Takaki's multicultural masterwork into A Different Mirror for Young People.

  • Passing for White

    Passing for White
    James M. O’Toole

    A fascinating account of a mixed-race family living in nineteenth-century America introduces readers to the complexities of life lived on the racial dividing line a century ago.

  • Afghanistan s Endless War

    Afghanistan’s Endless War
    Larry P. Goodson

    Going beyond the stereotypes of Kalashnikov-wielding Afghan mujahideen and black-turbaned Taliban fundamentalists, Larry Goodson explains in this concise analysis of the Afghan war what has really been happening in Afghanistan in the last …

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