Racism and anti-racism in Europe /
A comparative political sociology of anti-racism in Europe, showing the various discourses within this movement.
London ; Ann Arbor, MI :
- Introduction: Anti- Racism, Sociology and the Political
- Why Anti- Racism?
- Historicising Anti- Racism
- Anti- Racism and Europe
- Intercontinental Influences
- The Interpretative Capacity of Anti- Racism
- Writing a Sociology of Anti- Racism
- 1 'Race and State': European Modernity and the Political Idea of 'Race'
- 'Race' and Racism, Nation and State
- Internal Rationalisation/ External Fortification
- Racism, Antisemitism and the Paradoxes of Equality
- Racism, Europeanness and the Ideal of Humanity.
- Lavoratori Immigrati, Rompere la Catena dei Ricatti di Padroni e Governo Italian: The Emergence of Anti- Racism in Italy
- 4 Anti- Racism as Public Political Culture
- Anti- Racism in Crisis
- Majoritarians and Communitarians
- Anti- Racism or Anti- Fascism?
- 5 Who Says What, for Whom and from Where? Anti- Racism and Political Representation
- Anti- Racism and Political Representation: Beyond Visibility
- Keeping it Real: Authenticity or Experience?
- Selling Out? Claiming Rights or Asserting Independence.
- Bringing it All Back Home: Localised or Globalised Anti- Racism?
- Conclusion: The Possibility of Alliance
- Conclusion: Anti- Racist Futures: A Sense of Deja Vu or a Journey into the Unknown?
- Policing Strangers: Anti- Racism in Context
- Globalising Culture? Anti- Racism's Response