Eighth in a series of interviews with philosophers on race that George Yancy is conducting for The Stone (New York Times), 'a forum for contemporary philosophers and other thinkers on issues both timely and timeless'.
Please follow the link to the interview: http://opinionator.blogs.nytimes.com/2015/03/18/noam-chomsky-on-the-roots-of-american-racism/?_r=0
George Yancy is a professor of philosophy at Duquesne University, Pittsburg.
Noam Chomsky is a linguist, political philosopher and one of the world's most prominent public intellectuals.
Call for Reviewers
Call for Book Reviewers:
The Critical Race and Whiteness Studies eJournal frequently receives books for review. Interested reviewers should contact the CRAWS reviews editor by email (Samantha.email@example.com) indicating their book of interest, postal details, and a brief bio outlining their current position and field of research. The journal publishes two issues per year. Book reviews are typically 1,000 words in length. Books currently available for review:
Ackerly, B. & True, J. (2010). Doing feminist research in political and social science. London: Palgrave Macmillan.
Kantola, J. (2010). Gender and the European Union. London: Palgrave Macmillan.
Magnet, S. A. (2011). When biometrics fail: Gender, race, and the technology of identity. Durham and London: Duke University Press.
Mezzadra, S. & Neilson, B. (2013). Border as method, or, the multiplication of labor. Durham and London: Duke University Press.
Overell, R. (2014). Affective intensities in extreme music scenes: Cases from Australia and Japan.
London: Palgrave Macmillan.
Rogers R., & Ramsay, C.(Eds)(2014). Overlooking Saskatchewan: Minding the gap. Saskatchewan, Canada: University of Regina Press.
Bell, A. (2014). Relating Indigenous and settler identities. London: Palgrave Macmillan.
Goldberg, D. T. (2014). Sites of race: Conversations with Susan Searls Giroux. Cambridge: Polity.
Kundnani, A. (2014). The Muslims are coming: Islamophobia, extremism, and the domestic war on terror. London: Verso.
Dismantling The Master's House - UCL
“Dismantling The Master’s House is a community of academics, administrative staff and students at UCL, committed to righting racialised wrongs in our workplace and in the wider world. We owe the phrase ‘The Master’s House’ to Audre Lorde and we understand The Master’s House to consist in an intersection of power
structures, in, as bell hooks puts it, Imperialist White Supremacist Capitalist Patriarchy. Central to this analysis is how these different manifestations of domination are accumulated to construct Whiteness – which has been and continues to be the primary vehicle of domination for the British Empire, and its legacies. Through scholarly comment, public events, and social media, #DTMH interrogates both Whiteness and Anglocentrism in the academy, while presenting alternatives from among the diversity of voices which make up UCL, London, and
the globe”. For more details visit: http://www.dtmh.ucl.ac.uk/
Blackness in Britain 2015
'The Black Special Relationship'
African American scholarship and its impact on Black intellectual life in Britain.
30 -31 October 2015
Birmingham City University
Professor Patricia Hill Collins
Dr Barnor Hesse
Professor Gus John
Professor Denise Ferreira De Silva
For details of the CFP visit: http://www.blackstudies.org.uk/conference-and-events/blackness-in-britain-2015/