Whiteness - 
      Chris J. Cuomo
    
      Kim Q. Hall

Whiteness

Feminist Philosophical Reflections

Chris J. Cuomo (Redaktør) ; Kim Q. Hall (Redaktør)

A collection of narrative reflections on the meanings of whiteness in racist contexts. By considering whiteness as it shapes and is infused by gender, class, sexuality and culture, these philosophical investigations seek to undermine racist hierarchies. Les mer
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A collection of narrative reflections on the meanings of whiteness in racist contexts. By considering whiteness as it shapes and is infused by gender, class, sexuality and culture, these philosophical investigations seek to undermine racist hierarchies.
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Forlag: Rowman & Littlefield
Innbinding: Paperback
Språk: Engelsk
ISBN: 9780847692958
Format: 23 x 15 cm
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«It will be of value to a variety of readers... Many of the accounts will engage, challenge and unsettle readers. Feminist Theory This is a very worthy collection. Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society Is a book that ought to be taught in interdisciplinary seminars on feminist theories and practice. Showcases important analytic developments in recent feminist thought to theorize the intersections among race, class, and gender. Feminist Formations Anyone following the rapidly becoming huge number of writings on 'whiteness' will be interested in this book. Race Relations Abstracts Chris Cuomo and Kim Hall's Whiteness, is a new classroom resource, in the honorable tradition of feminist consciousness raising, that can help students enter the discussion of the social construction of race through the accessible language of personal narrative. Whiteness will be a model, for students, of a kind of consciousness raisin that is overtly struggling with the tendency to confess and feel better. At the same time th»

Part 1 Acknowledgements Chapter 2 1 Introduction: Reflections on Whiteness Part 3 I: Glancing Backward Chapter 4 2 My Grandmother's Passing Chapter 5 3 My Father's Flag Chapter 6 4 Growing Up in Little Rock Chapter 7 5 Pinay White Woman Part 8 II: Performing Whiteness Chapter 9 6 The American Celebration of Whiteness Chapter 10 7 The King of Whiteness Chapter 11 8 "Whitie" and "Dyke": Constructions of Identities in the Classroom Part 12 III: Identity and Privilege Chapter 13 9 White Ideas Chapter 14 10 Despising an Identity They Taught Me to Claim Chapter 15 11 The Other Colors of Whiteness: A Travelogue Part 16 Epilogue Part 17 Related Reading Part 18 Index Part 19 About the Contributors
Chris J. Cuomo is associate professor of philosophy at the University of Cincinnati in Ohio. Kim Q. Hall is assistant professor of philosophy at Appalachian State University.