WHITE OUT: ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
WHITE OUT WAS PUBLISHED IN 2003 BY
ROUTLEDGE. For additional information,
see, www.routledge.com To order the book,
Margaret L. Andersen, Eduardo Bonilla-Silva,
Mark A. Chesler, Nancy DiTomaso,
Ashley W. Doane, Joe R. Feagin, Tyrone A. Forman, Andrew M. Gordon, Charles A.
Gallagher, Thomas A. Guglielmo, John Hartigan, Jr., Heather Beth Johnson, Amanda E. Lewis, Minkah Makalani, Karyn D. McKinney, Charles W. Mills, Edward Murguia, Kristen Myers, Eileen O'Brien, Rochelle Parks-Yancy, Melissa Peet, Jennifer L.
Pierce, Corinne Post, Todd Sevig, Thomas M. Shapiro, Hernán Vera
"This wide-ranging and often brilliant collection places the critical
study of whiteness right where it belongs--squarely within the larger framework
of an analysis of a larger racial system that produces inequality and misery.
Of all of the anthologies on whiteness, White Out is far and away the
most successful at detailing how and why social structures matter when racial
ideologies are made.."
–David R. Roediger is the author of COLORED WHITE:TRANSCENDING THE RACIAL PAST
"An immensely valuable book. Here you will find vital information and
analysis, both of the payoffs racism offers to whites, and of the immense costs
racism imposes on the white psyche."
–- Howard Winant, author of The World is a Ghetto:Race and Democracy Since World War II
"Provides greater depth and breath than previous studies by moving these
discussions in the direction of a long overdue structural examination of
racism, while pointing to new directions for further research."
–-G. Reginald Daniel, author of More Than Black?
Multiracial Identity and the New Racial Order
"Moving beyond static conceptualizations of whiteness, White Out redirects
the focus of whiteness studies and produces an empirical understanding of white
identity and the practices it produces."
–-David T. Wellman, author of Portraits of White Racism
Table of Contents
Rethinking Whiteness Studies 1. Rethinking Whiteness Studies, Woody
Doane New Perspectives on Whiteness 2.
Whitewashing Race, Margaret L. Anderson 3. White Supremacy as Socio-Political System, Charles W. Mills
4. Rethinking Whiteness Historiography, Thomas A. Guglielmo 5. Shades of
Whiteness, Edward Murguia and Tyrone Forman 6.
Rejecting Blackness and Claiming Whiteness, Minkah
Mikalani 7. Who are These White People? John Hartigan Jnr. 8. The
Beautiful American, Hernan Vera and Andrew
Gordon Whiteness and Color Blind Racism:Empirical Studies 9.
White Fright, Kristen Myers 10. Playing the White
Ethnic Card, Charles A. Gallagher 11. Some are More Equal Than Others, Amanda E. Lewis 12. Good Neighbourhoods, Good
Schools, Heather Beth
Johnson and Thomas M. Shapiro 13. White Views of Civil
Rights, Nancy DiTomaso, Rochelle Parks-Yancy and Corrinne Post 14.
Racing for Innocence, Jennifer L. Pierce 15. Blinded by Whiteness, Mark A. Chessler,
Melissa Peet and Todd Sevig
Whiteness and Anti-racism 16. Diverse
Perspectives on Doing Anto-Racism, Karyn D. McKinney
and Joe R. Feagin 17. The Political is
Personal, Eileen O'Brien Conclusion 18. "New Racism",
Color Blind Racism, the Future of Whiteness in America, Eduardo
Bonilla-Silva Notes References Contributors