Mixed Messages : Multiracial Identities in the Color-blind Era
The experiences and voices of multiracial individuals are challenging current categories of race, profoundly altering the meaning of racial identity and in the process changing the cultural fabric of the nation. Exploring this new reality, the authors of ""Mixed Messages"" examine what we know about multiracial identities - and the implications of those identities for fundamental issues of justice and equality.
- Hardback | 420 pages
- 160 x 231.1 x 27.9mm | 680.4g
- 15 Mar 2006
- Lynne Rienner Publishers Inc
- Boulder, CO, United States
Table of contents
Mixed Messages: Doing Race in the Color-Blind Era - D.L. Brunsma. Shifting Color Lines. Defining Race: Comparative Perspectives - F.J. Davis. Black, Honorary White, White: The Future of Race in the United States? - E. Bonilla-Silva and D.E. Embrick. Racial Justice in a Black/Nonblack Society - G. Yancey. Carving Out a Middle Ground: The Case of Hawai'i - J. Moniz and P. Spickard. New Racial Identities, Old Arguments: Continuing Biological Reification - R. Spencer. Color Blindness: An Obstacle to Racial Justice? - C.A. Gallagher. Racism, Whitespace, and the Rise of the Neo-Mulattos - H.D. Horton. Manipulating Multiracial Identities. Race, Multiraciality, and the Neoconservative Agenda - G.R. Daniel and J.M. Castaneda-Liles. White Separatists Define ""Multiracial"" - A.L. Ferber. Defining Racism to Achieve Goals: The Multiracial and Black Reparations Movements - J.E. Foster. Selling Mixedness: Marketing with Multiracial Identities - K.M. DaCosta. Socialization in Multiracial Families. It All Starts at Home: Racial Socialization in Multiracial Families - K.A. Rockquemore et al. Racial Logics and (Trans)Racial Identities: A View from Britain - F.W. Twine. Black and White: Family Opposition to Becoming Multiracial - E.C. Childs. Dilemmas of Multiracial Identity. Negotiating Racial Identity in Social Interactions - R.L. Lewis and K. Bell. Black/White Friendships in a Color-Blind Society - K. Korgen and E. O'Brien. Black and Latino: Dominican Americans Negotiate Racial Worlds - B. Bailey. Finding a Home: Housing the Color Line - H. Dalmage. Confronting Racism in the Therapist's Office - K. Owusu-Bempah. Culture and Identity in Mixed-Race Women's Lives - D. Storrs.
[An] important collection of cutting-edge work... Mixed Messages will help shape the discourse on race for years to come - Ashley W. Doane, Hillyer College
About David L. Brunsma
David L. Brunsma is assistant professor of sociology at the University of Missouri. He is coauthor of Beyond Black: Biracial Identity in America.