Race and Ethnicity

Constancy in Change (Second Edition)
Edited by hephzibah v. strmic-pawl and Milton Vickerman
©2022, 440 pages

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    Race and Ethnicity: Constancy in Change provides students with a collection of readings that set a foundation for understanding race and that address contemporary racism. The nine sections of the anthology address the history of White colonization, the social construction of race, immigration, theories on racism, contemporary inequality and systems of oppression, popular culture, and close with thoughts on fighting racial discrimination.

    The anthology leverages strategic pedagogical features to enhance the learning and reading experience. At the beginning of the book, a timeline that denotes major points in U.S. racial history and a list of key terms provide useful references that readers can return to throughout the book. Each section includes an introduction and “As You Read” points to guide the reader, and each reading begins with “Reflect and Consider” points that highlight key takeaways.

    The second edition includes new readings that cover more in-depth history, multiple areas of social inequality, updated analysis of popular culture outlets, and more.

    Race and Ethnicity is an ideal resource for courses and programs in sociology, especially those that emphasize contemporary issues related to race.

    hephzibah v. strmic-pawl holds a Ph.D. in sociology from the University of Virginia. An associate professor of sociology at Manhattanville College in New York, she studies race, the racial hierarchy, and racial identity. She is the author of Understanding Racism: Theories of Oppression and Discrimination and Multiracialism and Its Discontents: A Comparative Analysis of Asian-White and Black-White Multiracials. She is also the founding pedagogy editor of Sociology of Race and Ethnicity and facilitates the campaign, Support Ella Baker Day. Her website is www.hephzibahvsp.com.
    Milton Vickerman is an associate professor of sociology at the University of Virginia. He studies race, immigration, the American dream, the Caribbean, and social inequality. His current research examines the settlement of immigrants in new destinations and various facets of the growing white nationalist movement.
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