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The continuing significance of racism, , Race and class in America, , Identities Global Studies in Culture and Power 7 3 , , The making and unmaking of whiteness, , Articles 1—20 Show more. Establishing the fact of whiteness J Hartigan American Anthropologist 99 3 , , J Hartigan Jr Displacing whiteness: Race in the 21st century: Who are these white people?: Is race still socially constructed?
The recent controversy over race and medical genetics J Hartigan Jr Science as Culture 17 2 , , Object lessons in whiteness: What Can You Say?: What antiracists can learn from whites in Detroit J Hartigan Jr The making and unmaking of whiteness, , Multispecies relating in Spanish botanical gardens J Hartigan Anthropological Quarterly 88 2 , , The book follows race stories that have made news headlines—including Don Imus's remarks about the Rutgers women's basketball team, protests in Jena, Louisiana, and Barack Obama's presidential campaign—to trace the shifting contours of mainstream U.
Focused on the underlying dynamics of American culture that shape this conversation, this book aims to make us more fluent in assessing the stories we consume about race.
What can you say? : America's national conversation on race
Advancing our conversation on race hinges on recognizing and challenging the cultural conventions governing the ways we speak about and recognize race. In drawing attention to this curious cultural artifact, our national conversation on race, Hartigan ultimately offers a way to to understand race in the totality of American culture, as a constantly evolving debate.
As this book demonstrates, the conversation is far from over. He is the author of Odd Tribes: Class Predicaments of Whiteness in Detroit Indeed, this book should be recommended reading not just for interested students of race-relations, but for anybody living in an unavoidably multi-racial world with seemingly post-racial aspirations. And that's all of us. The Unintended Consequences of Political Correctness.