The Politics of Multiculturalism: Race and Racism in Contemporary Britain
Taking as a case study the racial politics of the British state under New Labour, this book advances an idea of multiculturalism as the only conceptual framework that is capable of making sense of the contradictions of contemporary race practice, where racism is simultaneously rejected and reproduced.
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The Britishness Project
Multiculturalism Community and the White
The Feminist State
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