This volume explores some of the weightiest subjects in the social sciences: race and class and their impact on political and economic organization. Three historical papers on Cuba, Tanzania, and Mexico open the volume by exploring the complex relations between race, class, ethnicity, and nationalism. Two subsequent papers, which draw on the case studies of Chile and South Africa, focus on the intersection of class, race, ethnic and generational identities in the contested appropriation of space and territory. The book concludes with a debate structured around the question "Whither Class?", which proposes a re-thinking of class and class analysis.