How Racism Takes Place

@inproceedings{Lipsitz2011HowRT,
  title={How Racism Takes Place},
  author={George Lipsitz},
  year={2011}
}
Introduction: "Race, Place, and Power" Section I Social Imaginaries and Social Relations Chapter One: The White Spatial Imaginary Chapter Two: The Black Spatial Imaginary Section II Spectatorship and Citizenship Chapter Three: Space, Sports, and Spectatorship in St. Louis Chapter Four: The Crime The Wire Couldn't Name: Social Decay and Cynical Detachment in Baltimore Bridge Weapons of the Weak and Weapons of the Strong Section III: Visible Archives Chapter Five: Horace Tapscott and the World… Expand
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  • Sociology
  • Du Bois Review: Social Science Research on Race
  • 2014
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