using standard courier delivery
Race and ethnicity have become two of the most loaded and contested concepts in the contemporary world. This text aims to disentangle this complexity and guide the reader to a clearer understanding of the debates. Analysing the genealogy, meanings and political uses of the concepts of race and ethnicity, it draws on scholarship from philosophy, history, post-colonial studies, political theory and literary studies to explore the structure, status and scope of these concepts. The book outlines the ways in which a variety of disciplines have informed and shaped theories of questions of race and ethnicity, setting these broadly philosophical analyses within their social and historical context.
Peter Osborne is Professor of Modern European Philosophy at Middlesex University. He is co-editor of the Radical Philosophy journal. Stella Sandford is at Middlesex University, UK.
Release date NZ
December 26th, 2002
Edited by Peter Osborne
Edited by Stella Sandford
Country of Publication
black & white illustrations
Continuum International Publishing Group Ltd.
Nobody has reviewed this product yet. You could be the first!