White Separatism and the Politics of the American Extreme Right: Civil Rights, 9/11 and a Black Man in the White House
Lives in Transit: An Ethnographic Study of Refugees’ Subjectivity across European Borders
Color that Matters: A Comparative Approach to Mixed Race Identity and Nordic Exceptionalism
Racialised Gang Rape and the Reinforcement of Dominant Order: Discourses of Gender, Race and Nation
December 31, 2018
White Separatism and the Politics of the American Extreme Right examines the politics and transformation of the American far right in the post-civil rights era, exploring shifts in ideology and activity over three periods of of transformation: those following civil rights, the terrorist attacks of...
November 23, 2018
This book explores the border-crossing mobilities of refugees within Europe. Based on ethnographic field work in Germany and Italy, it examines the precarious everyday lives of non-citizens living between and beyond EU internal borders. With attention to the constant re-construction of borders...
September 18, 2018
This book examines the ways in which mixed ethnic identities in Scandinavia are formed along both cultural and embodied lines, arguing that while the official discourses in the region refer to a "post-racial" or "color blind" era, color still matters in the lives of people of mixed ethnic descent....
Yonatan Mendel, Ronald Ranta
September 12, 2018
This book examines the role played by Arab-Palestinian culture and people in the construction and reproduction of Israeli national identity and culture, showing that it is impossible to understand modern Israeli national identity and culture without taking into account its crucial encounter and...
Kiran Kaur Grewal
September 12, 2018
This path-breaking book provides a comparative analysis of public discourses in France and Australia on a series of highly mediatised racialised gang rapes that occurred during the early to mid-2000s. These rapes led to intense public debate in both countries regarding an apparent ‘gang rape...
Felicitas Hillmann, Ton van Naerssen, Ernst Spaan
August 20, 2018
This book draws attention to the various factors that characterize migrant flows and mobilities, calling into question familiar concepts such as push and pull, migration as a life project and sociocultural integration. It highlights processes such as fl exible migrant routes, temporary and return...
Medhi Bozorgmehr, Philip Kasinitz
July 31, 2018
This volume brings together scholarship from two different, and until now, largely separate literatures—the study of the children of immigrants and the study of Muslim minority communities—in order to explore the changing nature of ethnic identity, religious practice, and citizenship in the...
April 25, 2018
Within western political, media and academic discourses, Muslim communities are predominantly seen through the prism of their Islamic religiosities, yet there exist within diasporic communities unique and complex secularisms. Drawing on detailed interview and ethnographic material gathered in the...
Megha Amrith, Nina Sahraoui
March 28, 2018
While the feminisation of transnational migrant labour is now a firmly ingrained feature of the contemporary global economy, the specific experiences and understandings of labour in a range of gendered sectors of global and regional labour markets still require comparative and ethnographic...
November 27, 2017
This book explores Islamophobia in Australia, shifting attention from its victims to its perpetrators by examining the visceral, atavistic nature of people’s feelings and responses to the Muslim ‘other’ in everyday life. Based on ethnographic fieldwork, Islamophobia and Everyday Multiculturalism...
Chloe A. Gill-Khan
November 01, 2017
After almost seven decades, Britain and France, nations with divergent political cultures and heirs to contrasting philosophies of 'integration', have proclaimed the failure to integrate their post-war ethnic minorities: at this present time, the ‘Muslim’. The ‘argument’ of this book, therefore, is...
September 11, 2017
The image we have of refugees is one of displacement – from their homes, families and countries – and yet, refugee settlement is increasingly becoming an experience of living simultaneously in places both proximate and distant, as people navigate and transcend international borders in...