racialism


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Schuyler's novel thus questions Locke's ideas of racialism and cultural pluralism as it explodes the boundaries of ethnic literary traditions.
In sync with the fall of racism and the discrediting of racialism, the empires of the West crumbled like black-and-white domino bricks.
Given such overt racialism it was inevitable that armed conflict was going to break out.
In other words, the Williams case dramatizes how white abolitionists fell victim to their own notions of what George Fredrickson has termed romantic racialism.
I apologise then for grossly defaming America when I said I feared there was too much innate and ingrained racialism in the country for a black man to ever win.
The selection from Nell Bissoondath's On the Eve of Uncertain Tomorrows and Parin Dossa's "On Social Suffering" underline the prevalence of systemic racialism in the majority culture (both social and governmental).
It was not racialism which inspired this but rather the different circumstances of the men's deaths.
Meanwhile, chairman of the Indonesian association of shoe makers Eddy Widjanarko said Chinese investors expressed concern about security problem in the country and issue of racialism against China.
To the extent that she does this, she modifies postcolonial accounts of race for the period that describe the period as something of an originary point for modern racialism.
The author's definition of racialism "in its earliest and most rudimentary form" as that which "detached people's complexions from their traditional humoral significance" (142), seems to be more a justification of humoral epistemology rather than an interrogation of it.
Racialism, "Bible Christianity," a desire to show the Bomb off to the Soviets, all contributed to the "obscenity" and war crime, he states.
This is a gutsy story revealing the way in which racialism has permeated Australian society since the frontiers of invasion were pushed out across the country, impacting on all aspects of Aboriginal people's lives.