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by John Hartigan Jr.

ISBN: 0822335972
ISBN13: 978-0822335979
Language: English
Publisher: Duke University Press Books (November 14, 2005)
Pages: 376
Category: Social Sciences
Subategory: Sociology

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For John Hartigan J. race is not a fixed, abstract social fact but a fluid, heterogeneous, situated field of racializing practices.

For John Hartigan J. An elegant, fresh, provocative, often surprising, and ultimately hopeful work that argues forcefully for a cultural perspective on racial matters.

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Odd tribes : toward a cultural analysis of white people. Odd Tribes challenges theories of whiteness and critical race studies by examining the tangles of privilege, debasement, power, and stigma that constitute white identity. Considering the relation o. More).

Toward a Cultural Analysis of White People. by John Hartigan Jr. Published October 2005 by Duke University Press.

Odd Tribes: Toward a Cultural Analysis of White People

Odd Tribes: Toward a Cultural Analysis of White People. John Hartigan Jr.

Odd tribes: Toward a cultural analysis of white people. Durham, NC: Duke University Press. CrossRefGoogle Scholar. Racial situations: Class predicaments of whiteness in Detroit. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press. Hurston, Z. (1943, May). The pet Negro system. The American Mercury, 593–600. Lemon, D. (2013, July 27).

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2005 Odd Tribes: Towards a Cultural Analysis of White People, Duke University Press. 1999 Racial Situations: Class Predicaments of Whiteness in Detroit, Princeton University Press. 2015 Plant Publics: Multispecies Relating in Spanish Botanical Gardens, Anthropological Quarterly, vol. 88 no. 2, 481-507. 2013 Mexican Genomics and the Root of Racial Thinking, Cultural Anthropology, 28 (3), 372- 395, August.

John Hartigan Jr. is Director of the Americo Paredes Center for Cultural Studies and Associate Professor of. is Director of the Americo Paredes Center for Cultural Studies and Associate Professor of Anthropology at the University of Texas at Austin. He is the author of Odd Tribes: Toward a Cultural Analysis of White People (2005) and Racial Situations: Class Predicaments of Whiteness in Detroit (1999).

Odd Tribes challenges theories of whiteness and critical race studies by examining the tangles of privilege, debasement, power, and stigma that constitute white identity. Considering the relation of phantasmatic cultural forms such as the racial stereotype “white trash” to the actual social conditions of poor whites, John Hartigan Jr. generates new insights into the ways that race, class, and gender are fundamentally interconnected. By tracing the historical interplay of stereotypes, popular cultural representations, and the social sciences’ objectifications of poverty, Hartigan demonstrates how constructions of whiteness continually depend on the vigilant maintenance of class and gender decorums.Odd Tribes engages debates in history, anthropology, sociology, and cultural studies over how race matters. Hartigan tracks the spread of “white trash” from an epithet used only in the South prior to the Civil War to one invoked throughout the country by the early twentieth century. He also recounts how the cultural figure of “white trash” influenced academic and popular writings on the urban poor from the 1880s through the 1990s. Hartigan’s critical reading of the historical uses of degrading images of poor whites to ratify lines of color in this country culminates in an analysis of how contemporary performers such as Eminem and Roseanne Barr challenge stereotypical representations of “white trash” by claiming the identity as their own. Odd Tribes presents a compelling vision of what cultural studies can be when diverse research methodologies and conceptual frameworks are brought to bear on pressing social issues.
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Manemanu
I had to use this for my anthropology course so I bought this on my kindle but the sad part is that it doesn't allow me to see the page numbers. It made it incredibly hard to use reference in my essays

Ť.ħ.ê_Ĉ.õ.о.Ł
John Hartigan contributes a crucial analysis of, not only the concept of "white people", but also the current methods used to study race within history. I believe that his work will only increase in relevance as the demographic trends within the U.S. continue through this century.

Goldcrusher
Had to buy this for an anthropology course I was taking. Has some fascinating history and is a relatively interesting read.

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