Race, Nation, and Religion in the Americas
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|Format:||Hardback, 352 pages|
|Other Information: ||6 halftones|
|Published In: ||United States, 01 June 2004|
This collection of all new essays will explore the complex and unstable articulations of race and religion that have helped to produce 'Black', 'White', 'Creole', 'Indian', 'Asian', and other racialized identities and communities in the Americas. Taken together, these essays will define a new standard of critical conversation on race and religion throughout the Americas.
"The complex relationship between race, nationality, and religion is currently one of the most important topics in the study of American culture. The essays in this book analyze the subject in sophisticated and fascinating ways and the volume as a whole is particularly valuable for treating the constitution of collective identities in comparative perspective." --Albert J. Raboteau, Henry W. Putnam Professor of Religion, Princeton University
|Publisher: ||Oxford University Press Inc|
|Dimensions: ||24.18 x 15.95 x 2.46 centimetres (0.62 kg)|