Racialized Futures

  title={Racialized Futures},
  author={D. Skinner},
  journal={Social Studies of Science},
  pages={459 - 488}
  • D. Skinner
  • Published 2006
  • Sociology
  • Social Studies of Science
  • This paper explores the changing role of science in public discourse on ‘race’ and racism, examining the contention that new biological accounts of human life (‘biologism’) are transforming how differences are lived and understood. The paper argues that recent developments must be interpreted in the context of two earlier periods during which science was integral to, first racism and then anti-racism. The growing ascendancy of biologism has prompted both utopian and dystopian accounts of the… CONTINUE READING
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