Racial culture : a critique / Richard Thompson Ford.Material type: TextPublisher: Princeton, N.J. : Princeton University Press, c2005Description: x, 231 p. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 0691119600 (alk. paper); 9780691119601 (alk. paper); 9780691128696 (pbk.); 0691128693 (pbk.).Subject(s): Multiculturalism | Intergroup relations | Multiculturalism -- Law and legislation | Discrimination -- Law and legislationOnline resources: Publisher description
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
Difference discourse -- Identities as collective action -- "Cultural discrimination" -- The ends of anti-discrimination law.
"This book will shake things up. Racial Culture is elegant, clear, and argumentatively tough. It is a highly incisive intervention in an important domain of anti-discrimination law, social policy, social theory, legal theory, and racial politics."--Janet Halley, Harvard University" Racial Culture is a brave, disturbing, and important book by a first-class legal scholar. Richard Ford challenges every left and liberal shibboleth about racial justice in contemporary multicultural societies, while arguing relentlessly for racial justice. The final provocation is chilling and inspired, an incomparable articulation of the historical necessity and the historical damage of identity politics."--Wendy Brown, University of California, Berkeley"This is a race-conscious, anti-racist attack on racial identity politics. There is nothing else like it in the literature. It is provocative in the best sense--provocative of thought--and it opens a new approach to the tired "conversation about race." Certainly one of the most important contributions of the last ten years."--Duncan Kennedy, Harvard Law School.
4/2008 18.95 (17.06)