Racism in Post-Race America: New Theories, New Directions

Title

Racism in Post-Race America: New Theories, New Directions

Role

Editor: Charles A. Gallagher

Contributing authors: Camille Z. Charles, Kimberly C. Torres, Rachelle J. Brunn

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Book Contribution

Description/Summary

Rachelle Brunn (with Camille Charles and Kimberly Torres) is a contributing author, "Black Like Who? Exploring the racial, ethnic and class diversity of Black students at colleges and universities", pp. 247-266.

Book description: Racism in Post-Race America: New Theories, New Directions is a collection of peer-reviewed articles offering contemporary thought and analyses as well as direction for future research in the fields of sociology, political science, ethnicity and women's studies. An excellent graduate program curriculum as well as a must-read for anyone interested in discovering the implications of race in contemporary American society.

ISBN

9780615223803

Publication Date

2008

Publication Information

Charles, Camille Z., Kimberly C. Torres, and Rachelle J. Brunn. 2008. "Black Like Who? Exploring the racial, ethnic and class diversity of Black students at colleges and universities." Pp. 247-266 In Racism in Post-Race America: New Theories, New Directions, edited by Charles A. Gallagher. Chapel Hill, NC: Social Forces Publishing, University of North Carolina.

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Copyright 2008 Social Forces Publishing, University of North Carolina