Whitewash: white privilege and racialized landscapes at the University of Georgia

@article{Inwood2008WhitewashWP,
  title={Whitewash: white privilege and racialized landscapes at the University of Georgia},
  author={J. Inwood and D. Martin},
  journal={Social & Cultural Geography},
  year={2008},
  volume={9},
  pages={373 - 395}
}
This paper examines racialized landscapes at the University of Georgia to better understand the ways that whiteness—or more specifically white privilege—is positioned in and uses landscapes. Given a history of segregation, violently contested desegregation, and a contemporary student body that is disproportionately white (compared to the population of the entire state of Georgia), we investigate the meanings and contradictions of the University's historic ‘North Campus’. Using a multi-method… Expand
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