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Landscape and Race in the United States

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ISBN-10: 0415949955

ISBN-13: 9780415949958

Edition: 2006

Authors: Richard Schein

List price: $56.95
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Landscape and Race in the United Statesis the definitive volume on racialized landscapes in the United States. Edited by Richard Schein each essay will be grounded in a particular location but all of the essays will be informed by the theoretical vision that the cultural landscapes of America are infused with race and America's racial divide. While featuring the black/white divide, the book also investigates other social landscapes including Chinatowns, Latino landscapes in the Southwest and white suburban landscapes. The essays are accessible and readable providing historical and contemporary coverage.
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Book details

List price: $56.95
Copyright year: 2006
Publisher: Routledge
Publication date: 6/19/2006
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 272
Size: 5.75" wide x 8.75" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 0.990
Language: English

Race and Landscape in the United States
Historical Geographies of Race in a New Orleans Afro-Creole Landscape
The White-Pillared Past: Landscapes of Memory and Race in the American South
Seeing Hampton Plantation: Race and Gender in a South Carolina Heritage Landscape
Poetic Landscapes of Exclusion: Chinese Immigration at Angel Island, San Francisco
The Picture Postcard Mexican Housescape: Visual Culture and Domestic Identity
Race, Class, and Privacy in the Ordinary Postwar House, 1945-1960
Aesthetics, Abjection, and White Privilege in Suburban New York
The Cultural Landscape of a Latino Community
The Witting Autobiography of Richmond, Virginia: Arthur Ashe, the Civil War, and Monument Avenue's Racialized Landscape
Naming Streets for Martin Luther King Jr.: No Easy Road
Puptowns and Wiggly Fields: Chicago and the Racialization of Pet Love in the Twenty-First Century