This book explains whiteness
and white privilege mainly from three aspects: theories, policies, and cases.
This book explores representations of post-1980s migration from the former Soviet Union and successor nations to the US in television shows, memoirs, fiction, and interviews and the emergence of representations that associate the post-Soviet diaspora with ideas of a pan-European whiteness
and characterize immigrants as successors of European immigrants at the turn of the 20th century who were incorporated into whiteness
in the 1940s.
As reported February 19 by TheCollegeFix.com, the goal of the new course is to "help students understand and counteract 'whiteness
,' exploring such topics as 'white imagination,' 'white property' and 'white speech.'"
Tide has always stood for surprising whiteness
, while adding a bit of humour to the otherwise mundane laundry chores.
Above and beyond personal prejudice, whiteness
is a structured advantage that produces unfair gains and unearned rewards for whites while imposing impediments to asset accumulation, employment, housing, and health care for minorities.
Specifically, students used several discursive tactics (e.g., evasion, joking, silence, and other discourse moves) to "maintain the power of Whiteness
with respect to racism and White supremacy" (p.
We argue that the use of whiteness
as a conceptual prism to study race offers a productive way to analyse the contemporary operation of race and manifestations of racial inequality on the African continent.
, sight (vision), invisibility, visibility, visual exchanges, Du Bois
KEYWORDS: pedagogy, Whiteness
, autoethnography, personal narrative, critical reflective practice
Because of my insider-outsider status in the field and the political science classroom, I use critical Whiteness
studies to reflect on the construction of the field and how students have become accustomed to understanding the field as raceless, meaning Whiteness
is centered while narratives of scholars of color are decentered.
As Richard Dyer insightfully noted in White, if the supremacy of whiteness
is to be dismantled, whiteness
has to be made strange (1997, 4, 10).
Upon hearing the phrase "Whiteness
History Month" for the first time, most people would do a double take.