Almost All Aliens Immigration, Race, and Colonialism in American History and Identity

ISBN-10: 0415935938
ISBN-13: 9780415935937
Edition: 2007
Authors: Paul Spickard
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List price: $49.95
Copyright year: 2007
Publisher: Routledge
Publication date: 6/21/2007
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 744
Size: 7.00" wide x 10.00" long x 1.50" tall
Weight: 2.904
Language: English

Paul Spickard provides a fresh and provocative reinterpretation of immigration that embraces the multicultural reality that has always existed in the United States. This astute study illustrates the complex relationship between immigration, ethnic identity and race, slavery, and colonial expansion.

Paul Spickard is Professor of History and Affiliate Professor of Black Studies, Asian American Studies, East Asian Studies, Religious Studies, and the Center for Middle Eastern Studies at the University of California, Santa Barbara. He is author or editor of sixteen books and seventy-odd articles on race, migration, and related topics in the United States, the Pacific, Northeast Asia, and Europe.

Acknowledgments
Preface
Immigration, Race, Ethnicity, Colonialism
Beyond Ellis Island-How Not to Think about Immigration History
Not Assimilation But Race Making
Words Matter
Colliding Peoples in Eastern North America, 1600-1780
In the Beginning There Were Indians
There Goes the Neighborhood: European Incursion and "Settlement"
A Mixed Multitude: European Migrants
Out of Africa
Merging Peoples, Blending Cultures
An Anglo-American Republic? Racial Citizenship, 1760-1860
Slavery and Antislavery in the Era of the American Revolution
Free White Persons: Defining Membership
Playing Indian: White Appropriations of Native American Symbols and Identities
European Immigrants
Issues in European Migration
Nativism
Were the Irish Ever Not White?
The Border Crossed Us: Euro-Americans Take the Continent, 1830-1900
U.S. Colonial Expansion across North America
Taking the Mexican Northlands
Racial Replacement
East from Asia
Slave and Citizen
Colonialism and Race Making
The Great Wave, 1870-1930
From New Sources and Old, to America and Back
Making a Multiethnic Working Class in the West
Cementing Hierarchy: Issues and Interpretations, 1870-1930
How They Lived and Worked
Gender and Migration
Angles of Entry
Making Jim Crow in the South
Making Racial and Ethnic Hierarchy in the North
Empire and Race Making
Law, Race, and Immigration
Racialist Pseudoscience and Its Offspring
Anti-Immigrant Movements
Interpretive Issues
White People's America, 1924-1965
Recruiting Citizens
Recruiting Guest Workers
Indians or Citizens?
World War II
Cracks in White Hegemony
Racial Fairness and the Immigration Act of 1965
New Migrants from New Places Since 1965
Some Migrants We Know
From Asia
From the Americas
From Europe
From Africa
Continuing Involvements Abroad
Redefining Membership Amid Multiplicity Since 1965
Immigration Reform, Again and Again
Panethnic Power
Disgruntled White People
New Issues in a New Era
Epilogue: Future Uncertain Race, Ethnicity, and Immigration at the Dawn of the Twenty-First Century
Projecting the Future
Immigration Issues
Reprise
Appendices
Chronology of Immigration and Naturalization Laws and Decisions
Tables
Notes
Illustration Permission Acknowledgments
Also by Paul Spickard
Index

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