New Geographies of Race and Racism

New Geographies of Race and Racism
Author : Caroline Bressey
Publisher : Routledge
Total Pages : 328
Release : 2016-04-29
ISBN 10 : 9781317088424
ISBN 13 : 1317088425
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

New Geographies of Race and Racism Book Description:

In recent years geographers interested in ethnicity, 'race' and racism have extended their focus from examining geographies of segregation and racism to exploring cultural politics, social practice and everyday geographies of identity and experience. This edited collection illustrates this new work and includes research on youth and new ethnicities; the contested politics of 'race' and racism; intersections of ethnicity, religion and 'race' and the theorisation and interrogation of whiteness. Case studies from the UK and Ireland focus on the intersections of 'race' and nation and the specificities of place in discourses of racilisation and identity. A key feature of the book is its engagement with a range of methodological approaches to examining the significance of race including ethnography, visual methodologies and historical analysis.


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