6 edition of A Mixed race found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Frank Shuffelton.|
|Contributions||Shuffelton, Frank, 1940-|
|LC Classifications||PS186 .M58 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 286 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||286|
|ISBN 10||0195075226, 0195075234|
|LC Control Number||92043927|
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"The biology of race is a sensitive topic with an ugly history, but Breeding Between the Lines approaches it responsibly," the book's website reads. "Ziv presents evidence Author: Charles Pulliam-Moore. Nevertheless, time and time again I find children’s books geared toward kids of mixed race, which sound exactly this cheesy and contrived.
“You are Black and White, and you are just right.” “You are Asian and Black, and you are on track.” “You are White and Hispanic, and you don’t need to panic.”. Published on 26 July 5 February Categories Fiction, Novels Tags adult readers, black or african american, canary in coal mine, caucasia, caucasian, coming-of-age, danzy senna, family dynamics, high school readers, identity, invisibility, meaning of race, mixed race experiences in the s, nature of race, passing, racial heritage.
Having a biracial or mixed race identity can have its set of pros and cons. On the one hand, your child will have a unique cultural heritage and on the other hand, he/she may experience an identity crisis.
Books can help your child gain the confidence he/she needs to avoid any identity crisis. Below is a list of books. Mixed race book. 64 likes. Ik ben opzoek naar mensen van een gemixed ras voor het boek ''The mixed race book'' in dit fotoboek wil ik zo veel mogelijk verschillende Followers: Mixed Race Hollywood is a pioneering compilation of essays on mixed-race romance, individuals, families, and stars in U.S.
film Since the early days of Hollywood film, portrayals of interracial romance and of individuals of mixed racial and ethnic heritage have served to highlight and challenge fault lines within Hollywood and the nation’s racial categories and borders/5. The book of Ruth is a story of a mixed race marriage; The Ethiopian eunuch was an African Negro; Rahab was a Canaanite; All races evolved from Adam; Christ descended from more than one mixed-race marriage; Semites were a dark skinned race; All descendants of Ham were a dark skinned race; The bride in The Song of Solomon was a Negro.
Mixed Race Hollywood is a pioneering compilation of essays on mixed-race romance, individuals, families, and stars in U.S. film and media ed at the cutting-edge juncture of ethnic studies and media studies, this collection addresses early mixed-race film characters, Blaxploitation, mixed race in children’s television programming Reviews: 1.
Race and Mixed Race is an exploration of the philosophical, social, and historical problems related to racial identity - from the perspectives of individuals of "pure" and mixed race.
Tracing the history of racial designations in the United States, Naomi Zack uses philosophical methods to criticize the logic of American racial categories. She discusses why racial identity is a matter of. Mixed Race Amnesia is an ambitious and critical look at how multiraciality is experienced in the global north.
Drawing on a series of interviews, acclaimed geographer Minelle Mahtani explores some of the assumptions and attitudes people have around multiraciality.
She discovers that, in Canada at least, people of mixed race are often romanticized as being the embodiment of a post-racial future.
Caucasia's chief contribution to mixed race literature lies in its measured, thoughtful untangling of "identity," particularly racial identity: what it is, how it develops, who decides it, and more. The novel focuses on some of the most formative years of Birdie's life, ages and /5(2).
"Global Mixed Race is a comprehensive compilation of world mixed-race identities, histories, and issues. The editors have expertly prepared for comparison and intrinsic interest contemporary and timely discussions of mixed race as an increasingly recognized dimension of racial and ethnic diversity in the 21st : New York University Press.
This collection presents the first scholarly attempt to map the rapidly emerging field of mixed-race literature, defined as texts written by authors who represent multiple cultural and literary traditions African-European, Native-European, Eurasian, African-Asian, and Native-African American.
It not only allows scholars to engage a wide variety of mixed race literatures and critical approaches. Lola, who, at the time of her interview, was a year-old social worker, deals with the commonplace assumption that ‘mixed-race’ people are confused about their identities in the following extract.
She also shows that, for a black ‘mixed-race’ girl child, racialised criteria of beauty can be very effective in shaping a wish to be by: 1.