George Lipsitz is a professor of ethnic studies at the University of California, San. Diego the United States possessive investment in whiteness pervades public. The possessive investment in whiteness: how white people profit from identity politics. Responsibility: George Lipsitz. Edition: Rev. and expanded ed. In this unflinching look at white supremacy, George Lipsitz argues that racism is a matter of interests as well as attitudes, a problem of property as well as.
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The Mississippi of the s. College of Engineering Dean Rod Beyond the Black-White Binary– In this 20 th anniversary edition, published by Temple University Press, Lipsitz offers, in addition inveztment updated statistics, analyses of defining issues and events, including the nature of anti-immigrant mobilizations; police assaults on Black women; the killings lkpsitz Trayvon Martin, Michael Brown, Freddie Gray and others; the legacy of the Obama administration and the emergence of President Donald Trump; the Charlottesville mob action and whifeness of protester Heather Heyer and other hate crimes; and the ways in which white fragility, fear — and failure — are driving a new ethno-nationalism.
Skip to main content. Inheritance Wealth and Health. Lipsitz takes a variety of angles on the workings of whiteness What sets his work still more remarkably apart is the discipline never to abuse that trust Anthology of Latino speculative Antiblack Racism and White Identity.
The possessive investment in whiteness: Black studies scholar and sociologist publishes 20th anniversary edition of his groundbreaking book. Whiteness and War– 5. It is a pervasive and pernicious system that restricts the political and cultural agency of African-Americans, Asian-Americans and Lipsiyz every day.
George Lipsitz: The Possessive Investment in Whiteness
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Selected pages Title Page. Unearned and unacknowledged, race-based advantages, not greater merit or a superior work ethic, account for white privilege. Yet his research proceeds from the premise that scholarship needs to draw on the profound knowledge that emanates from aggrieved communities in struggle. How White People Profit from Beyond the BlackWhite Binary.
Skip to search Skip to main content. Popular passages Page 1 – As the unmarked category against which difference is constructed, whiteness never has to speak its name, never has to acknowledge its role as an organizing principle in social and cultural relations.
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This revised and expanded edition also includes an essay about the impact of Hurricane Katrina on working class Blacks in New Orleans, whose perpetual struggle for dignity and self determination has been obscured by the city’s image as a tourist party town.
Publication date ISBN alk. Nielsen Book Data Supplemental links Table of contents only. Immigrant Labor and Identity Politics– 4. Slavery after Rome, — Change the Focus and Reverse the Hypnosis: This revised and expanded edition includes an essay about the impact of Hurricane Katrina on working class Blacks in New Orleans, whose perpetual struggle for dignity and self determination has been obscured by the city’s image as a tourist party town.
Lipsitz delineates the weaknesses embedded in civil rights laws, the racialised dimensions of economic restructuring and deindustrialization, and the effects of environmental racism, job discrimination, and school segregation.
All of these discussions are productive; some of them are dazzling In this unflinching look at white supremacy, George Lipsitz argues that racism is a matter of interests as well as attitudes, a problem of property as well as pigment.
Temple University Press- Social Science – pages. White supremacy is no thing of the past, no fringe movement.