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“A conceptually power-packed volume that is at once erudite and accessible, expansive and focused, true to sociological traditions yet stimulatingly exploratory. Scholars and students will be served very well by this absorbing, far-reaching enquiry into ethnicity and race.” - Raymond Taras, Tulane University “[W]hat Meer offers with this distinctive new volume is a brief survey of the academic approach to key subjects in this area. For example, the entry titled ‘Racialisation’ opens with the provenance of the subject in the works of W. E. B. Du Bois and Frantz Fanon; then Meer traces debates about whether the concept can be projected back upon history... Meer offers in-depth coverage of 28 concepts, including ‘Citizenship,’ ‘Hybridity,’ ‘Intersectionality,’ ‘Post-colonialism,’ ‘Transnationalism,’ and more… Students wanting a guide into the ...

Islamophobia
Islamophobia

The origins of the term Islamophobia have been variously traced to an essay by two French Orientalists (Dinet and Baamer, 1918), ‘a neologism of the 1970s’ (Rana, 2007: 148), an early 1990s American periodical (Sherridan, 2006), and, indeed, to a British political-sociologist (see Modood, 1991, quoted in Birt, 2006). What is less disputed is that the term received its public policy prominence with the Runneymede Trust’s Commission on British Muslims and Islamophobia (CBMI) (1997) Islamophobia: A Challenge for Us ...

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