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Race Critical Theories, Edited by Philomena Essed and David Theo Goldberg
Race Critical Theories brings together many of the key contributors to critical theorizing about race and racism over the past twenty years. Each previously published text is accompanied by a fresh statement – in most cases written by the authors themselves – regarding the political context, implications and effects of the original contribution.

Part I Conceptual Mapping, in Chronological Order (ca. 1980 – 2000)

1. Imaginative Geography and Its Representations: Orientalizing the Oriental (In: Orientalism, pg 49 – 72)
Edward Said
2. Race, Articulation, and Societies Structured in Dominance (Link to Article)
Stuart Hall

3. Education and Liberation: Black Women’s Perspective
Angely Y. Davis
4. The Problems with Racism
Martin Barker
5. A Genealogy of Modern Racism (Link to Article)
Cornel West
6. Of Mimicry and Man: The Ambivalence of Colonial Discourse
Homi Bhabha
7. Racial Formations (Link to Article)
Michael Omi and Howard Winant
8. Preface to Dominance Without Hegemony: History and Power in Colonial India
Ranajit Guha
9. Defining Black Feminist Thought
Patricia Hill Collins
10. Everyday Racism: A New Approach to the Study of Racism
Philomena Essed
11. Cartagrophies of Struggle: Third World Women and the Politics of Feminism
Chandra T. Mohanty
12. The Nation Form: History and Ideology  (In: Race, Nation, Class pg. 86-106)
Etienne Balibar
13. Turning the Tables: Antisemitic Discourse in Post-war Austria
Ruth Wodak
14. The End of Antiracism
Paul Gilroy
15. Black Matters
Toni Morrison
16. Modernity, Race and Morality (Link to JSTOR)
David Theo Goldberg
17. Denying Racism: Elite Discourse and Racism (Link to Article)
Teun A. van Dijk
18. Whiteness and Ethnicity in the History of “White Ethnics” in the United States (Link to Article)
David Roediger
19. Affirmative Action and the Politics of Race
Manning Marable
20. A Bill of Rights for Racially Mixed People
Maria P.P. Root
21. Racial Histories and Their Regimes of Truth
Ann Laura Stoler
22. Cultural Pluralism and the Subversion of the “Taken-for Granted” World
Maria R. Markus

Part II Reflection in Thematic Order (1999 – 2000)

Histories and Values
23. Reflections on “The Nation Form: History and Ideology” (E. Balibar)
Etienne Balibar
24. Reflections on “Racial Histories and Their Regimes of Truth” (A. Stoler)
Ann Laura Stoler
25. Reflections on “Modernity, Race and Morality” (D.T. Goldberg)
David Theo Goldberg
26. Reflections on “Of Mimicry and Man: The Ambivalence of Colonial Discourse”
Kim Benita Furumoto

Knowledge and Representation
27. Reflections on “A Genealogy of Modern Racism” (C. West)
Howard McGary
28. Reflections on “Imaginative Geography and Its Representations: Orientalizing the Oriental” (E. Said
Saree Makdisi
29. Reflections on “Black Matters” (T. Morrison)
Suzette Spencer
30. Reflections on “Defining Black Feminist Thought” (P.H. Collins)
Patricia Hill Collins

Systems and Experiences
31. Reflections on “Race, Articulation, and Societies Structured in Dominance” (S. Hall)
Stuart Hall
32. Reflections on “Racial Formations” (M. Omi and H. Winant)
Michael Omi and Howard Winant
23. Reflections on “Everyday Racism” (Ph. Essed)
Philomena Essed
34. Reflections on “Cultural Pluralism and the Subversion of the ‘Taken-for-Granted’ World” (M. Markus)
Maria R. Markus

Elites and Politics
35. Reflections on “The Problems with Racism” (M. Barker)
Martin Barker
36. Reflections on “Denying Racism: Elite Discourse and Racism” (T.A. van Dijk)
Teun A. van Dijk
37. Reflections on “Turning the Tables: Antisemitic Discourse in Post-war Austria” (R. Wodak)
Ruth Wodak
38. Reflections on “Whiteness and Ethnicity in the History of “White Ethnics” in the United States” (D. Roediger)
David Roediger
39. Reflections on “Affirmative Action and the Politics of Race” (M. Marable)
Johanna Fernandez

Dominance and Struggles
40. Reflections on “Preface” to Dominance Without Hegemony (R. Guha)
Kelli M. Kobor
41. Reflections on “Cartagrophies of Struggle: Third World Women and the Politics of Feminism” (C.T. Mohanty)
Sue Kim
42. Reflections on “The End of Antiracism” (P. Gilroy)
Vikki Bell
43. Reflections on “A Bill of Rights for Racially Mixed People” (M.P.P. Root)
Maria P.P. Root
44. Reflections on “Education and Liberation: Black Women’s Perspective” (A.Y. Davis)
Angela Y. Davis

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