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Whiteness - A Critical Reader (Hardcover): Michael Hill Whiteness - A Critical Reader (Hardcover)
Michael Hill
R2,111 Discovery Miles 21 110 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

For centuries, Whiteness has been the invisible norm in the West, a transparent, yet ubiquitous frame of reference so pervasive that most Whites consider themselves absolved from race matters. In recent years activists, scholars, and writers have been challenging this cultural and political monolith by investigating Whiteness in its many manifestations. Yet, once it is rendered visible, Whiteness proves to be perilous and paradoxical: we single out Whiteness to expose its status as an unexamined center, yet the more we single it out, the more attention we invariably draw to it, once again at the expense of marginalized cultures. Organized into sections on white politics, white culture, white bodies, and white theory, this anthology collects much of the most important work on Whiteness to date. Such writers as David Roediger, Eric Lott, E. Ann Kaplan, Fred Pfeil, Amitava Kumar, and Henry A. Giroux serve up what is, in essence, a second generation of writing on Whiteness, moving past acknowledgment of its heretofore invisible nature, to in-depth analysis of its resilience and alleged disintegration. Taking on film, literature, music, militias, even Rush Limbaugh, Whiteness: A Critical Reader is a crucial contribution to discussions of race, politics, and culture in the U.S. today.

Between Mussolini and Hitler - The Jews and the Italian Authorities in France and Tunisia (Paperback): Daniel Carpi Between Mussolini and Hitler - The Jews and the Italian Authorities in France and Tunisia (Paperback)
Daniel Carpi
R875 Discovery Miles 8 750 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

The Nazi invasion of Poland in 1939 plunged the world into its second global conflict. The Third Reich's attack, mounted without consulting its Italian ally, had other reverberations as well. Chief among them was Mussolini's decision to conduct a "parallel war" based on his own tactical and political agendas. Against this backdrop, Daniel Carpi depicts the fate of some 5000 Jews in Tunisia and as many as 30,000 in southeastern France, all of whom came under the aegis of the Italian Fascist regime early in the war. Many were unskilled immigrants: still others were political refugees, activists, or anti-fascist emigres, the fuoriusciti who fled oppression in Italy only to find themselves under its rule once again after the fall of France. While the Fascist regime disagreed with Hitler's final solution for the "Jewish problem," it also saw actions by Vichy French police or German security forces against Jews in Italian-controlled regions as an erosion of Rome's power. Thus, although these Jews were not free from oppression, Carpi shows that as long as Italy maintained control over them its consular officials were able to block the arrests and mass deportations occurring elsewhere.

Health Disparities in the United States - Social Class, Race, Ethnicity, and Health (Paperback, second edition): Donald A. Barr Health Disparities in the United States - Social Class, Race, Ethnicity, and Health (Paperback, second edition)
Donald A. Barr
R1,037 R891 Discovery Miles 8 910 Save R146 (14%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Outstanding Academic Title, Choice magazine The health care system in the United States has been called the best in the world. Yet wide health disparities persist between different social groups, and many Americans suffer from poorer health than people in other developed countries. Donald A. Barr's Health Disparities in the United States explores how socioeconomic status, race, and ethnicity interact with socioeconomic inequality to create and perpetuate these health disparities. Examining the significance of this gulf for the medical community, cultural subsets, and society at large, Barr offers potential policy- and physician-based solutions for reducing health inequity in the long term. This popular course book, which has been fully updated, now incorporates significant new material, including a chapter on the profound effects of inequality on child development, behavioral choices, and adult health status. An essential text for courses in public health, health policy, and sociology, the second edition analyzes the complex web of social forces that influence health outcomes in the United States. This book is a vital teaching tool and a comprehensive reference for social science and medical professionals.

Cheyennes at Dark Water Creek - The Last Fight of the Red River War (Hardcover, New): William Y. Chalfant Cheyennes at Dark Water Creek - The Last Fight of the Red River War (Hardcover, New)
William Y. Chalfant
R689 Discovery Miles 6 890 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

"Cheyennes at Dark Water Creek" tells the tragic story of the southern bands of Cheyennes from the period following the Treaty of Medicine Lodge through the battles and skirmishes known as the Red River War. The Battle of Sappa Creek, the last encounter of that conflict, was a fight between a band of Cheyennes and a company of the Sixth Cavalry that took place in Kansas in April 1875. More Cheyennes were killed in that single engagement than in all the previous fighting of the war combined, and later there were controversial charges of massacre-and worse. William Y. Chalfant has used all known contemporaneous sources to recound the tragedy that occurred at the place known to the Cheyennes as Dark Water Creek. In Cheyenne memories, its name remains second only to Sand Creek in the terrible images and the sorrow it evokes.

Chalfant tells the story in a sweeping style that recreates Cheyenne life on the southern plains. Beyond examining firsthand and secoundary accounts in detail, the author personally retraced the route of the army detachment from Fort Wallace, Kansas, to the battle site at Sappa Creek, and the route of the Cheyennes from Punished Women's Fork to the Sappa. His recounting of the lives of the Indian and military participants, both leading up to and following the battle, is sure to appeal both to scholars of the Indian wars and to the general reader.

Beyond the Graven Image - A Jewish View (Hardcover, New): Lionel Kochan Beyond the Graven Image - A Jewish View (Hardcover, New)
Lionel Kochan
R2,095 Discovery Miles 20 950 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

From the archetypical story of Abraham smashing his father's household idols to God's commandment at Mount Sinai that "You shall have no other gods before Me," the prohibition in Judaism against the worship of idols has been unyielding. Idolatry is conceived as the antithesis to the worship of the invisible, unnamed, and articulate God.

The proscription against using images in worship sets Judaism, together with Islam, apart from all other religious systems. In "Beyond the Graven Image, " Lionel Kochan sets out to explain the reasons for this prohibition and to demonstrate how influential this image-ban has been in determining key aspects of Jewish thinking. The Jewish conceptions of holiness and symbolism, our relationship with God, and the role of memory in religion, he argues, as well as the preference for non- material arts such as music over visual modes of artistic expression within Judaism, have all been profoundly shaped by the prohibition against physical representations of God.

In Every Seam (Paperback): Allison Joseph In Every Seam (Paperback)
Allison Joseph
R338 R272 Discovery Miles 2 720 Save R66 (20%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

"In this powerful, lucid poems, Allison Joseph looks unflinchingly at the chronic angers of an unromanticized urban childhood. The vividly rendered neighborhoods of In Every Seam unfold before us, showing us how the young are taught over and over that the glittering, sparkling, dazzling things of the world are beyond their grasp. But Joseph, a survivor of these neighborhoods, brilliantly disproves these lessons. In Every Seam is literally a triumph". Maura Stanton

"Like all good literature, the poems in Allison Joseph's In Every Seam explore the common yet complex notion of what it's like to be a human being. These poems take a close-up look at the particular world of the author -- a black woman who grew up in an America which refused, again and again, to see her as a person first, a black person second". Andrea Hollander Budy

Facing West - The Metaphysics of Indian-Hating and Empire-Building (Paperback): Richard Drinnon Facing West - The Metaphysics of Indian-Hating and Empire-Building (Paperback)
Richard Drinnon
R523 R426 Discovery Miles 4 260 Save R97 (19%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

American expansion, says Richard Drinnon, is characterized by repression and racism. In his reinterpretation of "winning" the West, Drinnon links racism with colonialism and traces this interrelationship from the Pequot War in New England, through American expansion westward to the Pacific, and beyond to the Phillippines and Vietnam. He cites parrallels between the slaughter of bison on the Great Plains and the defoliation of Vietnam and notes similarities in the language of aggression used in the American West, the Philippines, and Southeast Asia.

Africans on African-Americans - The Creation and Uses of an African American Myth (Hardcover, New): Yekutiel Gershoni Africans on African-Americans - The Creation and Uses of an African American Myth (Hardcover, New)
Yekutiel Gershoni
R2,098 Discovery Miles 20 980 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Between the end of the nineteenth century and the eve of World War II, Africans displaced by colonial rule aggrandized the attainments of American blacks, creating an African american myth that played an important role in their religious, political and social life. This myth, while existing in direct contradiction to the intense discrimination faced by black people in the United States, provided Africans with an inspirational model upon which to improve their lives.

"Africans on African-Americans" traces the development of the African American myth and the way in which the Liberal Movement in South Africa looked to America for a formula for racial harmony that eluded their troubled country. While highlighting the strength of the African american myth, Gershoni also demonstrates that everywhere the myth had adherents it also had opponents, who insisted that the solution to Africa's ills lay in African culture and African peoples.

White Fragility - Why It's So Hard For White People To Talk About Racism (Paperback): Robin Diangelo White Fragility - Why It's So Hard For White People To Talk About Racism (Paperback)
Robin Diangelo
R389 R221 Discovery Miles 2 210 Save R168 (43%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

The New York Times best-selling book exploring the counterproductive reactions white people have when their assumptions about race are challenged, and how these reactions maintain racial inequality.

In this “vital, necessary, and beautiful book” (Michael Eric Dyson), anti-racist educator Robin DiAngelo deftly illuminates the phenomenon of white fragility and “allows us to understand racism as a practice not restricted to ‘bad people’ (Claudia Rankine). Referring to the defensive moves that white people make when challenged racially, white fragility is characterized by emotions such as anger, fear, and guilt, and by behaviors including argumentation and silence. These behaviors, in turn, function to reinstate white racial equilibrium and prevent any meaningful cross-racial dialogue.

In this in-depth exploration, DiAngelo examines how white fragility develops, how it protects racial inequality, and what we can do to engage more constructively.

Riots and Pogroms (Hardcover): Paul R Brass Riots and Pogroms (Hardcover)
Paul R Brass
R2,102 Discovery Miles 21 020 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

During the Los Angeles riots of 1992, many Korean-American businesses were looted and burned to the ground. Although nearly half of the looters arrested were Latinos, the media portrayed this aspect of the riots more in terms of the on- going conflicts between Korean-Americans and African- Americans. In another part of the world in 1984, the violence which ensued after the assassination of India's Indira Gandhi was portrayed by officials and state leaders as a spilling over of mass sentiments of grief and anger, a conflict between ethnic groups instead of a pogrom against the Sikhs.

Riots and Pogroms presents comparative studies of public violence in the twentieth-century in the United States, Russia, Germany, Israel, and India with a comparative, historical, and analytical introduction by the editor. The focus of the book is on the interpretive process which follows riots and pogroms, rather than on the search for their causes. Its emphasis is on the struggle for control over the meaning of riotous events, for the right to represent them properly. How do political and social forces seek to assign causes and attach labels to riots, attribute motives to rioters and pogromists, and explain why particular groups are selected for violent assaults? To what extent are the state and its agents implicated in those assaults? To what degree does organization and/or spontaneity play a role in these incidents?

Mexico's Nobodies - The Cultural Legacy of the Soldadera and Afro-Mexican Women (Paperback): B. Christine Arce Mexico's Nobodies - The Cultural Legacy of the Soldadera and Afro-Mexican Women (Paperback)
B. Christine Arce
R759 Discovery Miles 7 590 Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Both Right and Left Handed - Arab Women Talk About Their Lives (Paperback, 2nd Revised edition): Bouthaina Shaaban Both Right and Left Handed - Arab Women Talk About Their Lives (Paperback, 2nd Revised edition)
Bouthaina Shaaban
R379 Discovery Miles 3 790 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

This work has been republished to coincide with the release of the award-winning documentary film, 'Woman'. Bouthaina Shaaban has written a new introduction describing the changes, setbacks and successes in the intervening decades since the book's first publication.

Yiddish-English / English-Yiddish Practical Dictionary (Paperback, 3Rev ed): David C. Gross Yiddish-English / English-Yiddish Practical Dictionary (Paperback, 3Rev ed)
David C. Gross
R260 R211 Discovery Miles 2 110 Save R49 (19%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

* Over 4,000 Romanized entries * Appendix of idiomatic expressions & proverbs * Appendix of common words used in the English language * Word-to-word entries

Inventing the American Primitive - Politics, Gender and the Representation of Native American Literary Traditions, 1789-1936... Inventing the American Primitive - Politics, Gender and the Representation of Native American Literary Traditions, 1789-1936 (Hardcover, New)
Helen Carr
R2,108 Discovery Miles 21 080 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

A valuable and major contribution to its field and to the associated interdisciplinary debates.
--Jim PhillipUniversity of Essex

American mainstream culture has always been fascinated with the notion of the primitive, particularly as embodied by Native Americans. In Inventing the American Primitive, Helen Carr illustrates how responses to the existence of Native American traditions have shaped ideas of American identity and American literature.

Inventing the American Primitive examines a body of work, both literary and anthropological, that describes, inscribes, translates and transforms Native American myths and poetry. Drawing on post-colonial and feminist theory, as well as ethnography's recent textual turn, Carr reveals the conflicts and ambivalence in these texts. Through their writings, the writers and anthropologists studied were attempting to preserve a culture which their country, with their help or connivance, sought to destroy. The contradictions and tensions of this position run throughout their work. Although there is no simple narrative of progress in this story, as it moves from the eighteenth-century primitivism to twentieth-century modernism, the book shows the process by which the richness and complexity of Native American traditions came to be acknowledged.

Inventing the American Primitive offers a radical new reading of American literary history, as well as fresh insights into the powerful pull of primitivism in United States culture, and into the interactions of gender and race ideologies.

Inventing the American Primitive - Politics, Gender and the Representation of Native American Literary Traditions, 1789-1936... Inventing the American Primitive - Politics, Gender and the Representation of Native American Literary Traditions, 1789-1936 (Paperback, New)
Helen Carr
R681 Discovery Miles 6 810 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

A valuable and major contribution to its field and to the associated interdisciplinary debates.
--Jim PhillipUniversity of Essex

American mainstream culture has always been fascinated with the notion of the primitive, particularly as embodied by Native Americans. In Inventing the American Primitive, Helen Carr illustrates how responses to the existence of Native American traditions have shaped ideas of American identity and American literature.

Inventing the American Primitive examines a body of work, both literary and anthropological, that describes, inscribes, translates and transforms Native American myths and poetry. Drawing on post-colonial and feminist theory, as well as ethnography's recent textual turn, Carr reveals the conflicts and ambivalence in these texts. Through their writings, the writers and anthropologists studied were attempting to preserve a culture which their country, with their help or connivance, sought to destroy. The contradictions and tensions of this position run throughout their work. Although there is no simple narrative of progress in this story, as it moves from the eighteenth-century primitivism to twentieth-century modernism, the book shows the process by which the richness and complexity of Native American traditions came to be acknowledged.

Inventing the American Primitive offers a radical new reading of American literary history, as well as fresh insights into the powerful pull of primitivism in United States culture, and into the interactions of gender and race ideologies.

I Refuse to Condemn - Resisting Racism in Times of National Security (Hardcover): Asim Qureshi I Refuse to Condemn - Resisting Racism in Times of National Security (Hardcover)
Asim Qureshi
R454 Discovery Miles 4 540 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

In times of heightened national security, scholars and activists from the communities under suspicion often attempt to alert the public to the more complex stories behind the headlines. But when they raise questions about the government, military and police policy, these individuals are routinely shut down and accused of being terrorist sympathisers or apologists for gang culture. In such environments, there is immense pressure to condemn what society at large fears. This collection explains how the expectation to condemn has emerged, tracking it against the normalisation of racism, and explores how writers manage to subvert expectations as part of their commitment to anti-racism. -- .

Dear Mr. Rosenwald (Paperback): R.Gregory Christie Dear Mr. Rosenwald (Paperback)
R.Gregory Christie; Carole Boston Weatherford
R234 Discovery Miles 2 340 Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Indaba, My Children - African Tribal History, Legends, Customs and Religious Beliefs (Paperback, Main): Vusamazulu Credo Mutwa Indaba, My Children - African Tribal History, Legends, Customs and Religious Beliefs (Paperback, Main)
Vusamazulu Credo Mutwa 3
R345 R276 Discovery Miles 2 760 Save R69 (20%) Ships in 5 - 10 working days

First published in 1964, Indaba, My Children is an internationally acclaimed collection of African folk tales that chart the story of African tribal life since the time of the Phoenicians. It is these stories that have shaped Africa as we know it.

100 Amazing Facts About the Negro with Complete Proof (Paperback, illustrated edition): J.A. Rogers 100 Amazing Facts About the Negro with Complete Proof (Paperback, illustrated edition)
J.A. Rogers
R142 R116 Discovery Miles 1 160 Save R26 (18%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

First published in 1934 and revised in 1962, this book gathers journalist and historian Joel Augustus Rogers' columns from the syndicated newspaper feature titled Your History. Patterned after the look of Ripley's popular Believe It or Not the multiple vignettes in each episode recount short items from Rogers's research. The feature began in the Pittsburgh Courier in November 1934 and ran through the 1960s.

Dreamers of Zion -- Joseph Smith & George J Adams - Conviction, Leadership & Israel's Renewal (Paperback): Reed M. Holmes Dreamers of Zion -- Joseph Smith & George J Adams - Conviction, Leadership & Israel's Renewal (Paperback)
Reed M. Holmes
R593 R491 Discovery Miles 4 910 Save R102 (17%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Joseph Smith, Jr, founder of the Mormon movement, and George J Adams, one of his least known followers -- two Gentile dreamers of Zion -- were instrumental in encouraging Jews and Christians to support the restoration of Israel. For Joseph Smith, Jewish responsibility for establishing Zion had not been forfeited or terminated. It was continuous: the Jews would return as Jews; they would rebuild Jerusalem as Jews. In his view, neither the denigration of Jews, so often characteristic of Christianity, nor supersession by the Church, was tenable. According to Josephs perception of the Scriptures, and his own prophetic insights, there are to be two strategic centres -- Zion at historical Jerusalem, and Zion in a New Jerusalem in the heartland of America. He believed that a renewed Israel and a church, restored to its primal purpose, shared a mandate to body forth in society the dream of the Kingdom of God. He called this dream the cause of Zion, which became a major emphasis of the Mormon movement. Adams, separated from the Mormons following the assassination of Joseph Smith in 1844, founded his own Church of the Messiah. Most of his congregations were in Maine, where he readied his followers for a mission as the "Children of Ephraim", which he explicated with persuasive skill from the Old Testament. Later he led 156 of his followers to found an agricultural and commercial colony in Jaffa, Israel. This book explains the rejection by Smith and Adams of "normal" Christian replacement theology and sets out the apologetics by which Smith and Adams promoted courage and conviction in all who joined them in encouraging the in-gathering of the Jewish exiles to Jerusalem.

Mental Health Racism And Sexism (Paperback): Charles Willie Mental Health Racism And Sexism (Paperback)
Charles Willie
R801 Discovery Miles 8 010 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

The essays in this volume discuss racism and sexism as they affect mental health. In particular, they focus on training, diagnosis, treatment, and research, emphasizing the power relationships between individuals and groups that cause unequal access to mental health care. They offer perspectives on issues and their distinct effects on mental health: interracial adoptions, teenage motherhood, gender bias in mental health diagnosis and therapy, prisons used as substitutes for hospitals, homeless families, and increasing violence- in the home, on college campuses, and in the streets.

Red Under The Skin (Paperback, New): Natasha Saje Red Under The Skin (Paperback, New)
Natasha Saje
R336 R270 Discovery Miles 2 700 Save R66 (20%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

This is a collection of poetry in which the author explores her ethnic heritage against the backdrop of the Balkan Wars. Saje is the winner of the 1993 Agnes Lynch Starrett Poetry Prize.

Veiled Sentiments - Honor and Poetry in a Bedouin Society (Paperback, -30th Anniversary Ed.): Lila Abu-Lughod Veiled Sentiments - Honor and Poetry in a Bedouin Society (Paperback, -30th Anniversary Ed.)
Lila Abu-Lughod
R805 Discovery Miles 8 050 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

First published in 1986, Lila Abu-Lughod's Veiled Sentiments has become a classic ethnography in the field of anthropology. During the late 1970s and early 1980s, Abu-Lughod lived with a community of Bedouins in the Western Desert of Egypt for nearly two years, studying gender relations, morality, and the oral lyric poetry through which women and young men express personal feelings. The poems are haunting, the evocation of emotional life vivid. But Abu-Lughod's analysis also reveals how deeply implicated poetry and sentiment are in the play of power and the maintenance of social hierarchy. What begins as a puzzle about a single poetic genre becomes a reflection on the politics of sentiment and the complexity of culture. This thirtieth anniversary edition includes a new afterword that reflects on developments both in anthropology and in the lives of this community of Awlad 'Ali Bedouins, who find themselves increasingly enmeshed in national political and social formations. The afterword ends with a personal meditation on the meaning-for all involved-of the radical experience of anthropological fieldwork and the responsibilities it entails for ethnographers.

A Sioux Chronicle (Paperback, New Ed): George E. Hyde A Sioux Chronicle (Paperback, New Ed)
George E. Hyde
R640 Discovery Miles 6 400 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Though confined to the great Dakota reservation in 1878, the still-defiant Sioux did not end their struggle with the white man until well into the twentieth century. Throughout the last decades of the nineteenth century the Sioux-finding themselves united for the first time in their history-waged a cold war with the United States Department of the Interior, the Indian Bureau, the various Indian agents sent to supervise Sioux Reservation life, and the so-called Indian Friends of the East, who sought to "school and church" the Sioux into submission.

Chinese Senior Migrants and the Globalization of Retirement (Paperback): Nicole Dejong Newendorp Chinese Senior Migrants and the Globalization of Retirement (Paperback)
Nicole Dejong Newendorp
R569 R536 Discovery Miles 5 360 Save R33 (6%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

The 21st century has seen growing numbers of seniors turning to migration in response to newfound challenges to traditional forms of retirement and old-age support, such as increased longevity, demographically aging populations, and global neoliberal trends reducing state welfare. Chinese-born migrants to the U.S. serve as an exemplary case of this trend, with 30 percent of all migrants since 1990 being at least 60 years old. This book tells their story, arguing that they demonstrate the significance of age as a mediating factor that is fundamentally important for considering how migration is experienced. The subjects of this study are situated at the crossroads of Chinese immigrant and Chinese-American experiences, embodying many of the ambiguities and paradoxes that complicate common understandings of each group. These are older individuals who have waited their whole lives to migrate to the U.S. to rejoin family but often experience unanticipated family conflict when they arrive. They are retirees living at the social and economic margins of American society who nonetheless find significant opportunities to achieve meaningful retired lifestyles. They are members of a diaspora spanning vast regional and ideological differences, yet their wellbeing hinges on everyday interactions with others in this diverse community. Their stories highlight the many possibilities for mutual engagement that connect Chinese and American ways of being and belonging in the world.

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