Shamanism, Racism, and Hip Hop Culture: Essays on White Supremacy and Black Subversion

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Palgrave Macmillan, 2005 - History - 227 pages
Shamanism, Racism and Hip Hop Culture is a groundbreaking collection of essays exploring the five-hundred year history of white Christian hegemony that has so profoundly shaped American society. James W. Perkinson explores the idea that American identity and history are profoundly informed by an on-going interweaving of white entitlement and black disenfranchisement that constrains other forms of cultural struggle.

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James W. Perkinson is Associate Professor of Philosophy and Religious Studies at Marygrove College and of Social Ethics at Ecumenical Theological Seminary. He is author of White Theology (Palgrave Macmillan).