Teaching Race and Ethnicity series publishes monographs, anthologies and reference books that deal centrally with race and/or ethnicity. The books are intended to be used in undergraduate and graduate classes across the disciplines. The series aims to promote social justice with an emphasis on multicultural, indigenous, intersectionality and critical race perspectives.
Race as a Metaphor Giuseppe Sorgi Professor of Philosophy, Dipartimento di Storia e Critica della Politica, Campus Coste S.Agostino, 64100 Teramo, Italy E-mail: email@example.com Abstract Analysing race as the metaphor of life - by means of which Th omas Hobbes describes the pas- sions in Th e
-24 brill.nl/afdi African Diaspora Negotiating Race: Blackness and Whiteness in the Context of Homecoming to Ghana 1 Katharina Schramm Institute of Social Anthropology Martin-Luther-University, Halle-Wittenberg firstname.lastname@example.org Abstract Th is article aims to analyse the dynamics of
Societies Without Borders 4 (2009) 273–294 brill.nl/swb S W B W.E.B. Du Bois, Race, and Human Rights Sean Elias Southern Methodist University Abstract Du Bois’ sociological thought reveals an overlooked tension in the pursuit of human rights, a tension between universal human rights for all
Societies Without Borders 4 (2009) 317–342 brill.nl/swb S W B Jihad, Race and Western Media, Post-September 11 Brendon Tagg University of Otago, New Zealand Abstract Th e article examines jihad within what is loosely referred to as “the Western imagination.” Th rough the analysis of both
a Brahmin would not act like a Brahmin. Both Americans and Indians believed that the social identity (the caste, race or ethnic identity) of a person would not be changed by a brain transplant. The role of culture and social status in a ﬀ ecting various implicit theories of identities are discussed