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Tipo de material: Libros
Colección: Colección General
Número de clasificación: 305.8/C869cr/
 
Critical white studies : looking behind the mirror
Philadelphia: Temple University Press. 1997. xviii, 680 p. *
 
Responsabilidad ed. Richard Delgado y Jean Stefancic
ISBN 1 56639 532 1
Nota de bibliografía Incluye bibliografía
Temas ETNOLOGíA
IDENTIDAD
ACTITUD
INTERACCIÓN SOCIAL
NEGROS
ECONOMÍA POLÍTICA
DERECHO
Temática geográfica ESTADOS UNIDOS
Autores adicionales Delgado, Richard, ed.
Stefancic, Jean, ed.

Resumen General

Artículos
Graham, John R. The end of the great white male     p. 3-5
Gallagher, Charles A. White racial formation: into the twenty-first century     p. 6-11
Wills, Christopher The skin we´re in     p. 12-15
Brookhiser, Richard The way of the WASP     p. 16-23
Foner, Eric Hiring quota for white males only     p. 24-26
Ross, Thomas Innocence and affirmative action     p. 27-32
Trillin, Calvin Doing the white male Kvetch (a pale imitation of a Rag)     p. 33
Kae Grover, Bonnie Growing up white in America?     p. 34-35
Marrs, Jerald N. Growing up (what) in America?     p. 36-37
Fredrickson, George Whie images of blacks slaves (is what we see in others sometimes a reflection of what we find in ourselves?)     p. 38-45
Daniels, Doug the white race is shrinking: perceptions of race in Canada and some speculations on the political economy of race classifaction     p. 51-54
D´Souza, Dinesh Ignoble Savages     p. 55-65
Jones, D. Marvin Darkness made visible: law, metaphor, and the racial self     p. 66-78
Morrison, Toni Playing in the dark: whiteness and the literary imagination     p. 79-84
Flagg, Barbara J. Transparently white subjective decisionmaking: fashioning a legal remedy     p. 85-88
Ross, Thomas the rhetorical tapestry of race     p. 89-97
Delgado, Richard; Stefancic, Jean Imposition     p. 98-105
Bell, Derrick A. ... [ et al.] Racial reflections: dialogues in the direction of liberation     p. 106-111
Brown, Eleanor Marie The tower of Babel     p. 112-116
Douglas, Davison M. The quest for Freedom in the post-Brown South: desegregation and white self-interest     p. 117-124
Wright, Luther, Jr. "Soulmaning": using race for political and economic gain     p. 125-127
King, Joyce E. Dysconscious racism: ideology, identity, and Miseducation     p. 128-132
Horsman, Reginald Race and manifest destiny: the origins of American Racial Anglo-Saxonism     p. 139-144
Campbell, James; Oakes, James The invention of race: rereading white over black     p. 145-151
Field Van Tassel, Emily Only the law would rule between Us: antimiscegenation, the moral economy of dependency, and the debate over rights after the civil war     p. 152-156
Neal Cleaver, Kathleen The antidemocratic power of whiteness     p. 157-163
Wrigth, Luther, Jr. Who´s black, who´s white, and who cares     p. 164-169
Delgado, Richard; Stefancic, Jean Images of the Outsider in American law and culture     p. 170-178
Jones, Jacqueline Back to the future with the Bell Curve: Jim Crow, Slavery, and G.     p. 179-185
Roberts, Dorothy E. The genetic Tie     p. 186-189
Halewood, Peter White law and Lawyers: the case of surrogate motherhood     p. 195-198
Hovenkamp, Herbert Social science and segregation before brown     p. 199-209
Martínez, George A. Mexican-Americans and whiteness     p. 210-213
Lee Ansley, Frances Race and the Core curriculum in legal education     p. 214-219
Flagg, Barbara J. The transparency phenomenon, race-neutral decisionmaking, and discriminatory intent     p. 220-226
McCristal Culp, Jerome, Jr. Toward a black legal scholarship: race and original understandings     p. 227-230
Davis, Adrienne D. Identity notes, part one: playing in the light     p. 231-238
Hayman, Robert L., Jr.; Levit, Nancy The constitutional Ghetto     p. 239-247
Zalewski, Daniel Do you know this man?     p. 253-254
Jones, D. Marvin The curse of ham     p. 255-257
Perea, Juan F. Los olvidados: on the making of invisible people     p. 258-262
Ross, Thomas White innocence, black abstraction     p. 263-266
Rusell, Margaret M. Race and the dominant gaze: narratives of law and inequality in popular film     p. 267-272
Mahoney, Martha R. Residential segregation and white privilege     p. 273-275
Ammons, Linda L. Mules, Madonnas, babies, bathwater: racial imagery and stereotypes     p. 276-279
Everett, Anna The other pleasures: the narrative function of race in the cinema     p. 280-284
McInstosh, Peggy White privilege and male privilege: a personal account of coming to see correspondences through work in women´s studies     p. 291-299
MacKinnon, Catharine A. From practice to theory, or what is a white woman Anyway?     p. 300-304
Brodkin Sacks, Karen The GI Bill: whites only need apply     p. 310-313
Wildman, Stephanie M.; Davis, Adrienne D. Making systems of privilege visible     p. 314-319
Wright, Luther, Jr. Race and racial classifications     p. 320-322
Wildman, Stephanie M. Reflections on whiteness: the case of Latinos (as)     p. 323-326
Lee Ansley, Frances Stirring the Ashes: race, class, and the future of civil rights scholarship     p. 327-329
Mahoney, Martha R. The social construction of whiteness     p. 330-333
Cash, W. J. The mind of the south     p. 339-347
Feagin, Joe R. Old poison in new bottles: the deep roots of modern nativism     p. 348-353
Roediger, David The first word in whiteness: early twentieth-century european immigration     p. 354-356
Williams, Gregory Life on the color line     p. 357-359
Brookhiser, Richard Others, and the WASP world they aspired to     p. 360-367
Glazer, Nathan; Moynihan, Daniel Patrick Beyond the melting pot     p. 368-377
Cook, Philip J.; Frank, Robert H. The economic Payoff of attending an Ivy-League Institution     p. 378-380
Cappello, Mary Useful knowledge     p. 381-386
Johnson Black, Karen How did Jews become white folks?     p. 395-401
Barrett, James R.; Roediger, David How white people became white     p. 402-406
Karst, Kenneth L. Paths to belonging: the constitution and cultural identity     p. 407-413
Farber, Daniel A.; Sherry, Suzanna Is the radical critique of merit anti-semitic     p. 414-419
Piper, Adrian Passing for white, passing for black     p. 425-431
Howard Griffin, John Black like Me     p. 432-437
McCristal Culp, Jerome, Jr. The Michael Jackson Pill: equality, race and culture     p. 438-443
Gordon, James W. Did the first justice harlan have a black brother?     p. 444-457
Williams, Gregory Learning how to be Niggers     p. 458-466
Franke, Katherine M. What does a white woman look like?: racing and erasing in law     p. 467-470
Moraga, Cherríe La Güera     p. 471-474
Scales-Trent, Judy Notes of a white black woman     p. 475-481
Klor de Alva, Jorge; Shorris, Early ; West, Cornel Our next race question: the uneasiness between blacks and Latinos     p. 482-492
Chamallas, Martha; Shane, Peter M. A review of life on the color line     p. 493-498
Olson, Tod What is race, Anyway?     p. 499-500
Kagan, Jerome The misleading abstractions of social scientist     p. 507-509
Hacker, Andrew Caste, Crime, and precocity     p. 510-511
Halewood, Peter Embodiment and pespective: can white men Jump?     p. 512-514
Wooldridge, Adrian Bell curve liberals: how the left betrayed IQ     p. 515-518
Lind, Michael Brave new right     p. 519-522
Roberts, Dorothy E. Race and parentage     p. 523-527
Rosen, Jeffrey; Lane, Charles The sources of the bell curve     p. 528-529
Judis, John B. Hearts of darkness     p. 530-533
Bell, Derrick A. Thank you, doctors Murray and Herrnstein (Or, who´s Afraid of critical race theory?)     p. 534-537
Kanstroom, Daniel Dangerous undertones of the new nativism     p. 538-541
Polesky, Joelle E. The rise of private militia: a first and second amendment analysis of the right to organize and the right to train     p. 547-551
Ross, Loretta; Mauney, Mary Ann The changing faces of white supremacy     p. 552-557
Center for Democratic Renewal Hatelines: week of sunday, april 7, 1996     p. 558-560
Barnes, Robin Blue by day and white by [k]night     p. 561-565
Armstrong, James, Jr. The race question and its solution     p. 566-572
Langer, Elinor The american Neo-Nazi movement today     p. 573-585
Ezekiel, Raphael S. Talking about race with America´s klansmen     p. 586-588
Flagg, Barbara J. Antidiscrimination law and transparency: barriers to equality?     p. 589-591
Lee Ansley, Frances White supremacy (and what we should do about it)     p. 592-595
Bel, Derrick A. White superiority in America: its legal legacy, its economic costs     p. 596-600
Ignatiev, Noel Treason to whiteness is loyalty to humanity     p. 607-612
Ignatiev, Noel How to Be a race traitor: six ways to fight being white     p. 613
Delgado, Richard Rodrigo´s eleventh chronicle: empathy and false empathy     p. 614-618
Grillo, Trina; Wildman, Stephanie M. Obscuring the importance of race: the implications of making comparisons between racism and sexism (or other Isms)     p. 619-626
Halewood, Peter White men can jump: but must try a little harder     p. 627-628
Flagg, Barbara J. "Was blind, but now I See": white race consciousness and the requirement of discriminatory intent     p. 629-631
Frankenberg, Ruth White women, race matters: the social construction of whiteness     p. 632-634
Theo Goldberg, David Resisting racisms, eliminating exclusions: South Africa and the United States     p. 635-639
King, Joyce E. Dysconscious racism: the cultural politics of critiquing ideology and identity     p. 640-641
Mahoney, Martha R. What shoud white women do?     p. 642-643
Marie Brown, Eleanor Confronting racelessness     p. 644-645
Lee Ansley, Frances A civil rights agenda for the year 2000: confessions of an identity politician     p. 646-652
Race Traitor Magazine What we believe     p. 653
Mahoney, Martha R. Segregation, whiteness, and transformation     p. 654-657
Wilkins, Roger White out     p. 658-663


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