Race & Class, January 2017

The January 2017 issue of Race & Class features articles on how ultra-nationalism plays out in the EU, murals in Colombia, collusion in Northern Ireland and popular racism in Japan.

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Flying the flag for neoliberalism by Liz Fekete

Picturing peace: murals and memory in Colombia by Bill Rolston and Sofi Ospina

‘See no evil’: collusion in Northern Ireland by Mark McGovern

Inventing aliens: immigration control, ‘xenophobia’ and racism in Japan by Sara Park

Review articles

Anti-Semitism in Poland, yesterday and today by Piotr Żuk

Can the working-class novel exist today? Maybe by Nicholas Hengen Fox


Dying to Forget: oil, power, Palestine & the foundations of U.S. policy in the Middle East by Irene Gendzier; War Against the People: Israel, the Palestinians and global pacification by Jeff Halper; Shell-shocked: on the ground under Israel’s Gaza assault by Mohammed Omer (Nancy Murray)

Waste of a White Skin: the Carnegie Corporation and the racial logic of white vulnerability by Tiffany Willoughby-Herard (Barbara Harlow)

Kent State: Death and Dissent in the Long Sixties by Thomas M. Grace (Jerry Harris)

How Corrupt is Britain? edited by David Whyte (Jon Burnett)

The British Labour Party and Twentieth Century Ireland edited by Laurence Marley (John Newsinger)

The Sound of Culture: diaspora and Black technopoetics by Louis Chude-Sokei (Paul Grant)

Emmett Till in Different States: poems by Philip C. Kolin (Chris Searle)

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