This text reinterprets a misunderstood epoch of the Asian American experience_the Asian American movement (AAM). The authors address the AAM's dramatic impact on the direction of Asian American political and social activity beginning in the 1960s, part read more
Water: The Looming Crisis in India examines the key issues in developing national freshwater policies for the mainland countries of the South Asian sub-continent. Ray addresses the religious diversity, ethnic fragmentation, and complicated internat read more
This book explores one of the most significant events in 20th century Anglo-Saxon liberalism: the shift in Britain from the welfare state to the risk society.
Sociology Africana Studies
About The Author:Reiland Rabaka is associate professor of Africana studies in the Department of Ethnic Studies at the University of Colorado at Boulder, where he is also an affiliate professor read more
About the Author:
Pashington Obeng is assistant professor of Africana studies at Wellesley College and Harvard University
This book traces the origins and activities of an alliance of conservative Communist Party authorities and Russian nationalists during the late Soviet era. Specifically, it examines how and to what extent hitherto orthodox Communists sought political a read more
This volume presents biomedicine as a site of contestation and conflicts, of processes of adaptation, accommodation, and of resistance, in a unique relationship with colonization and social control in a medical encounter that signaled the limits of Sta read more
Unexceptional examines U.S. policy vis-^-vis the Persian Gulf since the Second World War. It asserts that the American experience in this strategic yet volatile region known for its plentiful oil and gas can be best understood as an unexceptional imper read more
Hotels and motels play a leading role in a wide variety of films. This volume brings together a range of outstanding explorations of the cultural significance of stopping places, both on screen and off.
The terrorist attacks of 2002 and 2005 are the apex of a profound and deep-rooted crisis that has emerged through the period of Bali's modernization and its engagement with global tourism and the economy of pleasure. Bali's Silent Crisis records the ch read more
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