5 edition of Race and Democracy in the Americas (National Political Science Review) found in the catalog.
February 1, 2003
by Transaction Publishers
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||260|
Race and Democracy in the Americas Project / David Covin -- Race and democracy in the U.S. and Brazil: the evolution of a program / Minion K.C. Morrison -- Project conference opening remarks: international cooperation on higher education / Jose Raymundo Martins Romêo -- Changing racial attitudes in Brazil: retrospective and prospective views / Michael Mitchell -- "Self-directed" activism. “The Race and Democracy in the Americas Project,” a collaborative research program with Afro-Brazilian scholars is one of NCOBPS' many ventures. Co-sponsored conferences were held on racial politics in the United States and Brazil. Planning and preliminary work on the project was enabled by a grant from the National Science Foundation.
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Democracy Divided: Race and Class in American Politics. Zoltan Hajnal, University of California San Diego. Summary. This book examines the political impact of the two most important demographic developments in American society over the last half Century- America’s growing economic inequality and its increasing racial diversity. And, while equality is central to democratic politics, his forthcoming book titled, “Dangerously Divided: How Race Trumps Class in American Democracy” will address the missing racial component. “This project and book are designed to incorporate race into the analysis.
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Book Description. Race and Democracy in the Americas examines dimensions of the comparative dynamics of race and ethnicity, with a directed focus on the Americas, most particularly Brazil and the United States.
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In America (The Book), Jon Stewart and Jon Stewart, host of the Emmy and Peabody Award-winning The Daily Show, and his coterie of patriots, deliver a hilarious look at American government.
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Brazil and the United States are two countries in the Americas that have been major hosts for the African diaspora. Zita Nunes’s long-awaited Cannibal Democracy provides a new cartography of African diasporic intellectual culture.
With its rich and varied archive, counterposing novels and newspaper articles, manifestoes and visual art, the book unearths the parallels between African American and Afro-Brazilian strategies of contesting racial exclusion.
Many of the ideas and beliefs about race and democracy in the United States that we discuss today developed during the late 18th and early 19th centuries. The intellectual movement known as the "Enlightenment" encouraged the belief in the inherent equality of all humans, while at the same time supporting distinctions and inequality among "races".
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The s, Caldwell argues, made “race the central concept in the country’s official self-understanding.”Author: Benjamin Waterhouse. Cannibal Democracy: Race and Representation in the Literature of the Americas.
In this Book. Additional Information what is left behind in the formation of national identities and speak to the limits of the contemporary discourse of democracy. Cannibal Democracy tracks its central metaphor’s circulation through the work of writers such as Cited by: With more sympathetic, and therefore more effective representation, he argues, chronically underserved members of racial minority groups will benefit.
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Culling the Masses questions the widely held view that in the long run democracy and racism cannot coexist. David Scott FitzGerald and David Cook-Martín show that democracies were the first countries in the Americas to select immigrants by race, and undemocratic states the first to outlaw discrimination.
Sean Illing. Your book is about how democracy dies, but a major problem right now isn’t necessarily that democracies are dying. It’s that democracies in places like Hungary, Poland, India, and Author: Sean Illing.Conference Examines Race, Democracy in Latin America Author: Ashley Rowland They may be thousands of miles apart, but Brazil and the United States have some things in common: Both are among the largest democracies in the Americas, and both have sizeable black populations largely descended from enslaved Africans.Americans of all races and persuasions may find in “Democracy in Black” a clear path through the thicket of a dispiriting political status quo that, short of radical social movements, seems.