Tutor information is taken from the Module Catalogue
Week 1: Introduction/the historical development of ‘race’ and race science
Fredrickson, G. (2002) Racism: A Short History,
-Chapter 2 (The Rise of Modern Racism(s): White Supremacy and Antisemitism in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries (p. 49-96)
Week 2: Problematising Whiteness
Nayak, A., 2007. Critical whiteness studies. Sociology Compass, 1(2), pp.737-755
Maghbouleh, N., 2020. The limits of Whiteness. Stanford University Press.
Bernstein, R., 2011. Racial innocence. New York University Press.
Week 3: Race and Representation
Hooks, B., 1992. Selling hot pussy. Black Looks: Race and Representation, pp.61-78.
David S. Roh, Betsy Huang, , Greta A. Niu, ‘Technologizing Orientalism’ in Techno-Orientalism : Imagining Asia in Speculative Fiction, History, and Media, edited by David S. Roh, et al., Rutgers University Press, 2015.
Week 4: Emotions, Race, and Difference
Bilgic, A. (2018) Migrant encounters with neo-colonial masculinity: producing European sovereignty through emotions. International Feminist Journal of Politics, 20, 4, 542-562.
Ahmed, S. (2014). Chapter 2: The Organisation of Hate. In The Cultural Politics of Emotion. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 42-61.
Week 5: Global Racism
Dutta MJ, Shome, R. (2018) Mobilities, Communication and Asia. International Journal of Communication 12
Chen Y. (2016) From Uncle Kurban to Brother Alim: the politics of Uyghur representations in Chinese state media. In A Hayes and M Clarke, eds., Inside Xinjiang: space, place and power in China’s Muslim Far Northwest, 100-121. London and New York: Routledge.
Week 6: BORDERS PART 1: BODIES AND SURVEILLANCE
Khoja-Moolji, S. (2017) The Making of Humans and their Others in and through Transnational Human Rights Advocacy. Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society. 42 (2) 377-402.
Ahsan, S. (2019) The revoking of Shamima Begum’s citizenship sets a worrying precedent for the children of immigrants, Media Diversified. Published online, February 20, 2019 Available Online here
Week 7: Borders Part II: Digital Refugees and Migrant Connectivity
Leurs, K., & Smets, K. (2018). Five Questions for Digital Migration Studies: Learning From Digital Connectivity and Forced Migration In(to) Europe. Social Media + Society. https://doi.org/10.1177/2056305118764425
Week 8: Homonationalism
Shakhsari, S. (2014). Killing me softly with your rights: Queer death and the politics of rightful killing. In Haritaworn, J., Kuntsman, Posocco, S. (eds.) Queer necropolitics. New York and London: Routledge, 93-111.
Week 9: Networked Populism and Far Right Discourses
Doerr, N. (2021) The Visual Politics of the Alternative for Germany (AfD): AntiIslam, Ethno-Nationalism, and Gendered Images. Social Sciences, special issue on the Global Rise of the Far Right (eds. Kristy Campion and Scott Poynting)
Week 10: Food, Diaspora, and 'Home'
Siu, L., 2013. 11. Twenty-First-Century Food Trucks. In Eating Asian America (pp. 229-244). New York University Press.
Mannur, A., 2013. EAT, DWELL, ORIENT: Food networks and Asian/American cooking communities. Cultural studies, 27(4), pp.585-610.
Rhys-Taylor, A., 2013. The essences of multiculture: A sensory exploration of an inner-city street market. Identities, 20(4), pp.393-406.
Klein, S., 2020. The Fruits of Empire: Art, Food, and the Politics of Race in the Age of American Expansion (Vol. 73). University of California Press.
This list was last updated on 20/01/2022