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Title Critical ethnic studies : a reader / Critical Ethnic Studies Editorial Collective, Nada Elia, David M. Hernández, Jodi Kim, Shana L. Redmond, Dylan Rodríguez, and Sarita Echavez See.

Published Durham : Duke University Press, 2016.


Location Call No. Status
 UniM Bail  305.80072 CRIT    DUE 23-12-19
Physical description xi, 556 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 495-532) and index.
Contents "As though it were our own": against a politics of identification / Shana L. Redmond -- Juan Crow: progressive mutations of the Black-White binary / John D. Márquez -- Can the line move? Antiblackness and a diasporic logic of forced social epidermalization / João H. Costa Vargas -- (Re)producing the nation: treaty rights, gay marriage, and the settler state / Lindsey Schneider -- Hateful travels: queering ethnic studies in a context of criminalization, pathologization, and globalization / Jin Haritaworn -- Critical contradictions: a conversation among Glen Coulthard, Dylan Rodríguez, and Sarita Echavez See / moderated by Sarita Echavez See -- A better life? Asian Americans and the necropolitics of higher education / Long T. Bui -- Notes from a member of the demographic threat: this is what "we are all Palestinians" really means / Nada Elia -- Restructuring, resistance, and knowledge production on campus: the story of the department of equity studies at York University / Tania Das Gupta -- "The goal of the revolution is the elimination of anxiety:" on the right to abundance in a time of artificial scarcity / David Lloyd -- Subjugated knowledges: activism, scholarship, and ethnic studies ways of knowing / Dan Berger -- Becoming disabled/becoming Black: crippin' critical ethnic studies from the periphery / Nirmala Erevelles -- Arts and crafts, elsewhere and home, mama & me: defying transnormativity through Bobby Cheung's creative modalities of resignification / Bo Luengsuraswat -- Indra Sinha's melancholic citizenship: marking the violence of uneven development in animal's people / Andrew Uzendoski -- Cocoa Chandelier's confessional: Kanaka Maoli performance and Aloha in drag / Stephanie Nohelani Teves -- Surrogates and subcontractors: flexibility and obscurity in U.S. immigrant detention / David M. Hernández -- Of "mates" and men: the comparative racial politics of Filipino naval enlistment, circa 1941-1943 / Jason Luna Gavilan -- The thickening borderlands: bastard mestiz@s, "illegal" possibilities, and globalizing migrant life / Gilberto Rosas -- Up in the air and on the skin: drone warfare and the queer calculus of pain / Ronak K. Kapadia -- Empire's verticality: the af-pak frontier, visual culture, and racialization from above / Keith P. Feldman -- Decolonization, "race", and remaindered life under empire / Neferti X.M. Tadiar -- Critical ethnic studies, identity politics, and the right-left convergence / Robert Stam and Ella Shohat -- Césaire's gift and the decolonial turn / Nelson Maldonado-Torres -- Checkered Choices, Political Assertions: The Unarticulated Racial Identity of La Asociación Nacional México-Americana / Laura Pulido -- Racializing biopolitics and bare life / Alexander G. Weheliye.
Summary "Building on the intellectual and political momentum that established the Critical Ethnic Studies Association, this Reader inaugurates a radical response to the appropriations of liberal multiculturalism while building on the possibilities enlivened by the historical work of Ethnic Studies. It does not attempt to circumscribe the boundaries of Critical Ethnic Studies; rather, it offers a space to promote open dialogue, discussion, and debate regarding the field's expansive, politically complex, and intellectually rich concerns. Covering a wide range of topics, from multiculturalism, the neoliberal university, and the exploitation of bodies to empire, the militarized security state, and decolonialism, these twenty-five essays call attention to the urgency of articulating a Critical Ethnic Studies for the twenty-first century." -- Publisher's description.
Other author Elia, Nada, author, editor.
Kim, Jodi, 1970- author, editor.
Redmond, Shana L., author, editor.
Rodriguez, Dylan, author, editor.
See, Sarita Echavez, author, editor.
Hernández, David, 1967- author, editor.
Critical Ethnic Studies Editorial Collective, author, editor.
Subject Ethnology -- Research.
Race relations -- Research.
Ethnicity -- Research.
Minorities -- Research.
ISBN 9780822361084