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    Teaching Race With a Gendered Edge:

    ISBN-10: 6155225052
    ISBN-13: 9786155225055
    Author(s): Brigitte Hipfl, Kristin Loftsdottir
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    Publisher: Central European Univ Pr
    Binding: Paperback
    Pages: 172
    Size: 6.50" wide x 9.25" long x 0.50" tall
    Weight: 0.748
    Language: English

    List of Illustrations
    Teaching "Race" with a Gendered Edge-Introduction
    Racism and gender-historical background
    Colonial legacies and migration
    Problematising "white" Western feminism and whiteness
    Spaces of / for change
    The chapters in the book
    Thematic Explorations
    Breaking the Canon? Critical Reflections on "Other" Literary Traditions
    Towards an alternative canon: Multiculturalism and diversity
    The canon and the cultural industry
    Race, gender and diversity in the canon: Toni Morrison
    Conclusion: Beyond the colour-line of the canon?
    Implications for teaching
    Monumental Dresses: Coming to Terms with Racial Repression
    Sexual difference and transitional justice
    The woman who kept silent
    The poetics of scrap
    Implications for teaching: Working with exemplary case studies
    Embodying Otherness while Teaching Race and Gender at White European Universities
    Becoming educated in (post) colonial European society
    Teaching about emotionally charged topics
    Implications for teaching
    Expressions of Racism and Gender in National and Historical Contexts
    Disappearing Act: The Forgotten History of Colonialism, Eugenics and Gendered Othering in Denmark
    The colonial relationship that never was
    Identifying the difference-gene
    Exhibiting exclusion
    "Religion is not a race"
    Implications for teaching
    Portugal and the Empire: Discourses and Practices on Race and Gender
    Grasping Portuguese colonial "exception"
    Racial-gendered relations in imperial history
    The making of the "gentler colonialists"
    Post-colonial reverberations
    Implications for teaching
    The French Ban on Headscarves: Rendering Racism Respectable
    Situating the 2004 Act
    Civilising the "uncivilised"
    Gendering the colonial other
    Feminist critique of the ban: "Une �cole pour Tous et pour Toutes"
    Concluding remarks
    Implications for teaching
    Questions and assignments
    Racial/Ethnic Otherness in Polish Public Discourse
    Conceptualising the racial other in Polish culture
    The ethnic and religious composition of Polish society: An historical perspective
    Legal framework
    Cultural racism
    Towards the future
    Implications for teaching
    "Not a Country for Women, nor for Blacks": Teaching Race and Gender in Italy between Colonial Heritages and New Perspectives
    Marketing the "other"
    "Second generations" and the role of education
    New perspectives: Teaching race and gender today
    Implications for teaching
    List of Contributors

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