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Type: Book (edited)
Title: The racial politics of bodies, nations, and knowledges
Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
Issue Date: 2009
ISBN: 9781443803267
Editor: Baird, B.
Riggs, D.
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Damien W. Riggs and Barbara Baird
Contents: Introduction: The racial politics of bodies, nations, and knowledges / Damien W. Riggs and Barbara Baird -- Pt. I. Place and Space -- Ch. 1. How the whiteness embedded in health services impacts on the health and well-being of aboriginal peoples / Bronwyn Fredericks -- Ch. 2. Washing white / Kathleen Connelllan -- Ch. 3. A touristic Terra Nullius / Johan R. Edelheim -- Ch. 4. Contested grounds: incommensurability and the paradigms of whiteness / Colin Salter -- Pt. II. Media and Representation -- Ch. 5. Distanced suffering: photographed suffering and the construction of white in/vulnerability / Anna Szorenyi -- Ch. 6. Online bodies and sexual subjectivities: in whose image? / Vikki Fraser -- Ch. 7. Reading alien lips: Australian print media depictions of asylum seekers and the construction of national identity / Ron Hoenig -- Pt. III. Locating "Diversity" -- Ch. 8. Constructions of difference in children’s storybooks and their implication in bullying behaviours / James Lovell and Damien W. Riggs -- Ch. 9. Unity of the European Union is based on diversity - are minorities protected? / Silvo Devetak -- Ch. 10. Bringing indigenous sovereignties into community partnerships: unpacking racialisation to re-engage indigenous Australian students in education / Catherine Koerner, Simone Tur and Christopher Wilson -- Pt. IV. Identity and Voice -- Ch. 11. "I belong to that stock": Te Rangihiroa’s application for US citizenship / Alice Te Punga Somerville -- Ch. 12. Teaching the Tracker in Germany: a journal of whiteness / Anne Brewster -- Ch. 13. Laws of place / Fiona McAllan.
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