In more than 1,800 pages of alphabetical entries, each ranging from 500 to 12,000 words, The Encyclopedia Of Race And Racism, 2nd Edition, provides critical information and context on the underlying social, economic, geographical, and political conditions that gave rise to, and continue to foster, racism. Religion, political economy, social activism, health, concepts, and constructs are explored. Given the increasingly diverse population of the United States and the rapid effects of globalization, as well as mass and social media, the issue of race in world affairs, history, and culture is of preeminent importance. This work is designed to bring vetted and accessible facts and analysis to experts and students as well as lay readers.
Features & Benefits
- 446 new, updated, and classic entries with bibliographies and "see also" references.
- 330 images and line art that describe key events and illustrate complex concepts.
- Updated filmography.
- Thematic outline.
- Primary source documents in the back matter, including court decisions, manifestos, letters, speeches, etc.
- Comprehensive general index.
More than 250 new entries on current topics such as Barack Obama, Islamophobia, global feminisms, inequality, and immigration policy.