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  • Author:
    Peter Jackson,Jan Penrose
  • ISBN:
    0816625042
  • ISBN13:
    978-0816625048
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    Univ of Minnesota Pr (February 1, 1994)
  • Pages:
    224 pages
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    Social Sciences
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Placing "race" and nation, Peter Jackson and Jan Penrose.

Placing "race" and nation, Peter Jackson and Jan Penrose. Part 1 Constructing the nation: Reification in the name of change - the impact of nationalism on social constructions of nation, people and place in Scotland and the United Kingdom, Jan Penrose immigration and nation-building in Canada and the United Kingdom, Susan J. Smith. Part 2 Constructions of aboriginality: constructing geographies - "race", place and the making of Sydney's Aboriginal Redfern, Kay J. Anderson shake 'im this countr. ONTINUE READING.

ISBN13:9780816625055.

Taking as their starting point the idea that "race" and "nation" are social constructions rather than natural phenomena, the essays in this book provide a sustained analysis of how these constructions vary from place to place.

Peter Jackson is author of "Maps of Meaning" 1989.

For Instructors Request Inspection Copy. Peter Jackson is author of "Maps of Meaning" 1989. Interest will be particularly strong among social geographers.

Peter Jackson Senior Lecturer in Geography, University College London; Jan Penrose Lecturer .

Peter Jackson Senior Lecturer in Geography, University College London; Jan Penrose Lecturer, Centre of Canadian Studies, and Lecturer in Geography, University of Edinburgh. Taking as its starting point the idea that "race" and "nation" are social constructions rather than natural phenomena, the book provides a sustained analysis of how these constructions vary from place to place. Covering a range of issues from nation-building, immigration and refugee policy, through land rights and housing issues, to education and policing, the book includes material from Australia, Britain, Canada and the United States.

See Peter Jackson and Jan Penrose (Eds), Constructions of Race, Place and Nation, UCL Press, 1993Google Scholar. 37. See Howard Winant, Racial Conditions, University of Minnesota Press, 1994 and Paul Gilroy, The Black Atlantic: Modernity and Double Consciousness, Verso, 1993Google Scholar. See Howard Winant, Racial Conditions, University of Minnesota Press, 1994 and Peter Jackson and Jan Penrose (Eds), Constructions of Race, Place and Nation, UCL Press, 1993Google Scholar. 40. Peter Jackson and Jan Penrose (Eds), Constructions of Race, Place and Nation, UCL Press, 1993, p207Google Scholar.

PART 2 Race Place and Politics.

Case studies from the UK and Ireland focus on the intersections of 'race' and nation and the specificities of place in discourses of racilisation and identity. PART 2 Race Place and Politics. 65. PART 3 Race Space andEveryday Geographies. Claire Dwyer, Caroline Bressey, Alastair Bonnett, Ingrid Pollard, Linda McDowell, Sarah Glynn, Caroline Nagel, Lynn A. Staeheli, Jan Penrose, David Howard, Peter Hopkins, Peter Geoghgan, Una Crowley, Mary Gilmartin, Rob Kitchin, Michael Poulsen, Ron Johnston, Deborah Phillips, Mike Keith, Camilia Bassi, Jason Lim, Dan Swanton, John Clayton, Anoop Nayak, Divya P. Tolia-Kelly, Peter Jackson.

Constructions of race, place and nation - jackson, peter/ penrose, jan (edt) (9780816625055). University of Minnesota Press.

Constructions of Race, Place and Nation. Place: A Short Introduction. A global sense of place Reading Human Geography: The Poetics and Politics of inquiry.