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Towards a Bibliography of Critical Whiteness Studies
  • Tim Engles, Eastern Illinois University

As the title implies, this book offers a multi-disciplinary overview of the explosion of work in scholarly critical whiteness studies. The contributing bibliographers acknowledge that this work follows and builds upon a great deal of whiteness critique previously provided by African American writers, and by those writing from other racialized positions. Each section provides a solid introduction to key concepts and practices regarding whiteness in a particular field, including: philosophy, history, literature, cinema, the visual arts, psychology, education, media studies, qualitative inquiry, personal narratives, and international and comparative approaches.

  • Whiteness studies,
  • White privilege,
  • Race,
  • Ethnicity
Publication Date
November, 2006
Tim Engles
Center on Democracy in a Multiracial Society, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Publisher Statement
This bibliography was edited by Tim Engles, with support from Kevin Dolan, Carmen P. Thompson, Perzavia Praylow and Karen RodrĂ­guez. Introduction by David R. Roediger.

Contributors: Alison Bailey, Melanie E.L. Bush, Kevin Dolan, Tim Engles, Helen A. Neville, Lisa B. Spanierman, Audrey Thompson, and Carmen P. Thomspon.

Citation Information
Tim Engles. Towards a Bibliography of Critical Whiteness Studies. Champaign, IL(2006)
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