By Les Back, John Solomos
An enormous and cutting edge assortment that brings jointly the paintings of students who've helped to form the research of race and racism as a ancient and modern phenomenon.
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Extra info for Theories of Race and Racism: A Reader (Routledge Student Readers)
A key point of reference in this discussion has been the work of the psychiatrist Frantz Fanon (1967), along with the work of Edward Said (1978) on oriental ism. Among other things this work has helped to highlight, for example, the complex processes of racial and gender identification experienced by the colonised during the colonial and postcolonial periods. Other studies have sought to show that the oppressed themselves have produced their own discourses about race and identity in the context of their own experiences of domination and exclusion.
More recently an increasing amount of research has focused either directly or indirectly on the position of migrant women. A number of important studies have explored the impact of immigration and nationality legislation on black and ethnic minority women, their employment 18 JOHN SOLOMOS AND LES BACK patterns, the impact of racism on their lives, and their struggles to improve their social and economic position. Quite apart from the academic research that has taken up the question of race and gender, over the past decade we have seen a massive growth of writings by and about black and minority women.
While, as we have shown above, European images of Africa had taken shape over some centuries it is also the case that the expansion of colonial power during the nineteenth century helped to invent new images and to institutionalise specific forms of class, gender and racial relations (Mudimbe 1988 and 1994; Appiah 1992; Coombes 1994l. What of the impact of these images on racial ideas and values in the colonial powers themselves? In the British context it seems clear that in the Victorian era the experience of colonialism and imperial expansion played an important role in shaping ideas about race, both in relation to Africa and India.
Theories of Race and Racism: A Reader (Routledge Student Readers) by Les Back, John Solomos