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In The Racial Contract Charles Mills argues that the social contract is an epistemological theory that is steeped in white supremacy. I do two things in this essay. First, I use my personal experiences in graduate school to show how gate keeping in academia is still perpetuated via promoting...
Scholars seeking to understand the consequences of historical regimes of violence and social control frequently turn their attention to lynching and its legacy. More recently, however, a small but growing body of scholarship across the social sciences has expanded the scope of this work by...
An underappreciated aspect of critical race theory (CRT) is its analysis of the intersection of race, law, religion, and spirituality. These topics are of concern to critical race theorists because a complete critique of U.S. law must account for how religion is embedded in the nation’s founding...
Existing studies on attitudes towards immigrants center White public opinion and do not account for the diversity within the immigrant population. I seek to fill these gaps by testing how an undocumented immigrant’s country-of-origin shapes immigrant attitudes among White and Black Americans....
At the nexus of legislation and education lies a vigorous debate regarding teaching about racial and ethnic relations in U.S. schools. Applying critical race structuralism (CRS), a new contribution to the field, this research explores Charles Mills’ Racial Contract as a pedagogical tool to help...
This article explores the asymmetrical treatment of race and gender, critiquing the conflation of these categories under the intersectional concept of “identity.” I conducted a three-year ethnography of the “live action role play” (LARP) community to explore this asymmetry. I found that Live...
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