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What is the state of race and ethnic studies today? How has the field emerged? What are the core concepts, debates and issues? This panoramic, critical survey of the field supplies researchers and students with a vital resource. It is a rigorous, focused examination of the central questions in the field today. The text examines:
- The roots of the field of race and ethnic studies.
- The distinction between race and ethnicity.
- Methodological issues facing researchers.
- Intersections between race and ethnicity and questions of sexuality, gender, nation and social transformation.
- The challenge of multiculturalism.
- Race, ethnicity and globalization.
- Race and the family.
- Race and education.
- Race and religion.
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The SAGE Handbook of Race and Ethnic Studies is one of the best handbooks outlining the latest thinking on race and ethnic studies published in recent years... The breadth of themes and the depth of discussion are ambitious, offering the reader an A-Z guide of contemporary thinking on race and ethnicity... a valuable resource for scholars and activists alike.
Why are racial and ethnic identities, along with racism and ethnic chauvinism, so tenacious in the contemporary world? Why do lines of racial and economic exclusion continue to converge? Do we have the appropriate analytical tools to make sense of the manner and purchase of race and ethnicity? This important handbook provides a clear, accessible and incisive survey of debate and research on such questions, at the heart of the burgeoning field of race and ethnicity studies.
Hill Collins and Solomos have composed a compelling volume that speaks to the central issues of race and ethnicity today. They include a vibrant mix of established and emerging voices addressing the principal and pressing contemporary conceptual and theoretical questions regarding race and ethnicity. These include the ways in which race, class, gender and the nation are taken up in the dominant disciplines of the humanities and social sciences, law and critical race theory, family, religions, education, the state, repression and resistance. This is a collection both educators and researchers concerned with race and ethnicity will want to consult.
In the 21st century racism continues to be alive and kicking. This well written handbook, a landmark, situates a range of contemporary expressions of race, ethnicity, racism and resistance in a global context. Substantial chapters provide breadth, depth and clarity to questions that remain contested in spite of decennia of race critical research. Hill Collins and Solomos combine editorial excellence in producing a solid handbook with a concluding chapter mapping out the challenges for the 21st century. The SAGE Handbook of Race and Ethnic Studies is an absolutely recommendable source for students and scholars across the social sciences.
Patricia Hill Collins is a Professor of Sociology at the University of Maryland, US. Professor Solomos joined the Department of Sociology at City in 2001 as Professor of Sociology, having previously worked at Aston University, Warwick University, Birkbeck College, Southampton University and London Southbank University.
His teaching is focused on the sociology of race and racism, sociological theory, human rights and social theory, qualitative research methods and multiculturalism and citizenship.
He has supervised a wide range of PhD students in both his own areas of research interest and in other fields of sociology. He welcomes the opportunity to work with PhD students and is interested to receive informal inquiries from prospective research students. He is currently supervising students working on a range of issues, including migration and refugees, minority families and social capital, Turkish-speaking youth in London and Cuban music and popular culture.
He serves on the Strategic Research Board of the Economic and Social Research Council. He is also active in the administration of the Department of Sociology and the School of Social Sciences at City.
He is joint editor with Martin Bulmer of the international journal Ethnic and Racial Studies, published 12 times a year by Routledge.
Introduction: Situating Race and Ethnic Studies - Patricia Hill Collins and John Solomos PART ONE: LOCATING THE FIELD: THEORETICAL AND HISTORICAL FOUNDATIONS Introduction to Part I Theorizing Race and Ethnicity: Contemporary Paradigms and Perspectives - Caroline Knowles Studying 'Race' and Ethnicity: Dominant and Marginalised Discourses in the Critical North American Case - Joe R. Feagin and Eileen O'Brien Researching Race and Ethnicity: Methodological Issues - Nancy A. Denton and Glenn D. Deane The Spirit Lives On: Races and Disciplines - Chetan Bhatt PART TWO: RACE, ETHNICITY AND SOCIAL HIERARCHY Introduction to Part II Racism, Class and the Dialectics of Social Transformation - Satnam Virdee The Nexus of Race and Gender: Parallels, Linkages, and Divergences in Race and Gender Studies - Margaret L. Andersen Ethnicities and Sexualities - Joane Nagel Nation and Post-Nation: Nationalism, Transnationalism and Intersections of Belonging - Floya Anthias PART THREE: THE SOCIAL ORGANIZATION OF RACE AND ETHNICITY Introduction to Part III Multiculturalism and Racial Democracy: State Policies and Social Practices - Peter Kivisto Law, Critical Race Theory, and Related Scholarship - Athena D. Mutua Ethnic Conflict - Ralph Premdas Globalization, Migration and Citizenship - Liza Schuster PART FOUR: DEBATES AND NEW INITIATIVES Introduction to Part IV The Family as a Race Institution - Maxine Baca Zinn Race, Ethnicity and Education: The Search for Explanations - James A. Banks and Caryn Park Still the 'Most Segregated Hour': Religion, Race and the American Experience - Cheryl Townsend Gilkes Whiteness in the Dramaturgy of Racism - Les Back No Longer Invisible: Afro-Latin Political Mobilisation - Michael G. Hanchard and Mark Q. Sawyer Diaspora and Hybridity - Claire Alexander Issues for the Twenty-first Century - Patricia Hill Collins and John Solomos