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Towards a Bibliography of Critical Whiteness Studies

@inproceedings{Engles2006TowardsAB,
  title={Towards a Bibliography of Critical Whiteness Studies},
  author={Tim Engles},
  year={2006}
}
SLOVAK ROMA BEYOND ANTHROPOLOGICAL ESCAPISM AND EXOTIC OTHERNESS. CONCEPT OF “WHITENESS” AND THE STRUCTURES OF EVERYDAY LIFE
This paper discusses the etic construction of Slovak Roma as a homogenous group essentialised as a marginal, disconnected, uneducated and asocial “other”. The authors acknowledge the severe situation
Psychological Heuristics and Faculty of Color: Racial Battle Fatigue and Tenure/Promotion
Faculty who have been historically excluded from participating in academia present a unique quandary for those who have traditionally held power at the university. This article explores the promotion
The Republic of Difference : Feminism and anti-racism in the Parisian banlieues
The thesis is an ethnographic study of three political groups in the Parisian banlieues: Ni putes ni soumises, AFRICA and Mouvement des indigenes de la Republique. These groups espouse both feminis
Fighting for the Right to Be White: A Case Study in White Racial Identity
Membership in extremist groups, such as White Revolution and the Ku Klux Klan, embody specific behavioral attributes. These attributes include practicing endogamy and exhibiting racial pride. There
“What did she see?” The White Gaze and Postmodern Triple Consciousness in Walter Dean Myers’s Monster
In the post-modern novel Monster , Walter Dean Myers depicts the travails of a young black protagonist within the criminal justice system and the psychic effects of a hegemonic white gaze on this
The Ballot Box and Beyond: The (Im)Possibilities of White Antiracist Organizing
This article considers the role of white people in multiracial social justice movements through an examination of a community event by white antiracists in Los Angeles in 2008 called The Ballot Box
A Reply to Eric Kaufmann

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