Race & Class, April 2008

The April 2008 edition of the journal Race & Class leads with Felipe Arocena’s analysis of multiculturalism in Brazil, Bolivia and Peru, and features two studies of being black in Australia: one by David McNeill on Australian football and the other by Val Colic-Peisker and Farida Tilbury.

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Multiculturalism in Brazil, Bolivia and Peru by Felipe Arocena

‘Black magic’, nationalism and race in Australian football by David McNeill

Being black in Australia: a case study of intergroup relations by Val Colic-Peisker and Farida Tilbury

An exotic subversive: Africa, Africans and the Soviet everyday by Maxim Matusevich


The beatification of Enoch Powell by Jenny Bourne

The segregated city in British and French colonial Africa by Ambe J. Njoh


Plausible Prejudice: everyday experiences and social images of nation, culture and race: By MARIANNE GULLESTAD; Murder in Amsterdam: the death of Theo Van Gogh and the limits of tolerance By IAN BURUMA reviewed by Liz Fekete

The Guyanese Wanderer: By JAN CAREW reviewed by Chris Searle

Violation: justice, race and serial murder in the Deep South: By DAVID ROSE reviewed by Rosie Wild

Carbon Trading: a critical conversation on climate change, privatisation and power: Edited by LARRY LOHMANN reviewed by Kevin Smith

Race & Class is published quarterly, in January, April, July and October, by Sage Publications for the Institute of Race Relations; individual subscriptions are £27/$47, for four issues, with an introductory rate of £20/$35 for new subscribers.

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