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  1. Required reading 1 item
    1. Historicizing race - Marius Turda, Maria Sophia Quine 2018

      Book 

  2. Further readings: 13 items
    1. Racism: essential readings - Ernest Cashmore, James Jennings 2001

      Book Essential

    2. White ? women: critical perspectives on race and gender - Heloise Brown, Madi Gilkes, Ann Kaloski 1999

      Book Essential

    3. Race and the enlightenment: a reader - Emmanuel Chukwudi Eze 1997

      Book Essential

    4. Racism: a short history - George M. Fredrickson 2003

      Book Essential

    5. Stamped from the beginning: the definitive history of racist ideas in America - Ibram Kendi 2017

      Book 

    6. Racialization: studies in theory and practice - Karim Murji, John Solomos 2005

      Book Recommended

    7. Race and empire - Jane Samson 2005

      Book Recommended

    8. Modernism and eugenics - Marius Turda 2010 (electronic resource)

      Book Recommended

    9. Race: an introduction - Peter Wade 2015

      Book Essential

  3. Lecture Topics and Seminar Readings 27 items
    1. Week 1: What is race? 4 items
      1. Seminar Reading: 2 items
        1. Historicizing race - Marius Turda, Maria Sophia Quine 2018

          Book  Read pp.33-48

        2. Dictionary of race and ethnic relations - Ernest Cashmore 1996

          Book Essential Read pp 294-300. Available in Moodle!

      2. Further Readings: 2 items
        1. The inequality of human races - Arthur Gobineau 1915

          Book  Chapters 1 and 11

        2. The races of men : a fragment - Robert Knox 1850

          Book  ‘Introduction’

    2. Week 2: Race, Reproduction and Gender 3 items
      1. Seminar Reading: 1 item
        1. Race, gender and educational desire: why black women succeed and fail - Heidi Safia Mirza 2009

          Book Essential Read pp. 3-4; 27-40. Available in Moodle!

      2. Further Readings: 2 items
        1. White ? women: critical perspectives on race and gender - Heloise Brown, Madi Gilkes, Ann Kaloski 1999

          Book 

    3. Week 3: Why Study Racism and How we Study it? 3 items
      1. Seminar reading 1 item
        1. Historicizing race - Marius Turda, Maria Sophia Quine 2018

          Book  Read pp.71-85

      2. Further reading 2 items
        1. Racism: essential readings - Ernest Cashmore, James Jennings 2001

          Book 

        2. Stamped from the beginning: the definitive history of racist ideas in America - Ibram Kendi 2017

          Book 

    4. Week 4: Race and Marxism 3 items
      1. Seminar Reading: 1 item
        1. Black skin, white masks - Frantz Fanon 2008

          Book Essential Read pp. 8-27. Available in Moodle!

      2. Further Readings: 2 items
        1. The arrogance of race: historical perspectives on slavery, racism, and social inequality - George M. Fredrickson, Frank and Virginia Williams Collection of Lincolniana (Mississippi State University. Libraries) 1988

          Book 

    5. Week 5: Race and History 3 items
      1. Seminar Reading: 1 item
        1. Historicizing race - Marius Turda, Maria Sophia Quine 2018

          Book  Read pp.13-31

      2. Further Readings: 2 items
    6. Week 6: Book presentation 1 item
      Eric Kaufmann 'Whiteshift'
    7. Week 7: Race and Anti-Colonialism 3 items
      1. Seminar Reading: 1 item
        1. The Education of a British-Protected Child - Achebe Chinua 2011

          Book Essential Read pp. 3-24. Available in Moodle!

      2. Further Readings: 2 items
        1. Race and empire - Jane Samson 2005

          Book 

        2. I write what I like: a selection of writings - Steve Biko, Aelred Stubbs 1987

          Book Recommended

    8. Week 8: Race and Intersectionality 3 items
      1. Seminar Reading: 1 item
        1. Intersectionality - Patricia Hill Collins, Sirma Bilge 2016

          Book  Read pp.1-30

      2. Further Readings: 2 items
        1. Why is My Curriculum White? - Michael A. Peters 07/06/2015

          Article 

    9. Week 9: Race and Science 1 item
      Special lecture given by historian Onyeka, author of 'Blackamoores: Africans in Tudor England, their presence, status and origins' (2013)
    10. Week 10: Beyond Race? The concept of the Post-Racial 2 items
      1. Seminar Reading: 1 item
      2. Further Readings: 1 item
        1. Are we all postracial yet? - David Theo Goldberg 2015

          Book 

    11. Week 11: Race and Music 1 item
      This lecture/performance will be offered by Nigerian-Romanian musician Rebeca Omordia