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Contents:

On the Cover

    1. R THE ISSUE OF WHITENESS
      1. John L. Jackson
        Deborah A. Thomas

WHITENESS: THE SERIES, PART I: Series Editor, Matthew Durington

    1. R INTRODUCTION: THE STAKES OF WHITENESS STUDIES
      1. Matthew Durington
    2. R WHAT ARE YOU LAUGHING AT? ASSESSING THE "RACIAL" IN U.S. PUBLIC DISCOURSE
      1. John Hartigan
    3. R CIRCUITS AND CONSEQUENCES OF DISPOSSESSION: THE RACIALIZED REALIGNMENT OF THE PUBLIC SPHERE FOR U.S. YOUTH
      1. Michelle Fine
        Jessica Ruglis
    4. R SITUATING WHITES AND WHITENESS IN THE WORK OF MOZELL C. HILL
      1. Karla Slocum
    5. R A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF RACE ATTITUDES IN THE ALL-NEGRO COMMUNITY IN OKLAHOMA1
      1. Mozell C. Hill
    6. R "CRACKER CULTURE": A PRELIMINARY DEFINITION1
      1. Mozell C. Hill
        Bevode C. McCall

VERA GREEN AWARD WINNER

    1. R THE BLACKLIGHT PROJECT AND PUBLIC SCHOLARSHIP: YOUNG BLACK WOMEN PERFORM AGAINST AND THROUGH THE BOUNDARIES OF ANTHROPOLOGY
      1. Aimee Cox

Book, Film, and Video Reviews

    1. R Tales of Two Countries: Recent North American Immigration Policies and Experiences
      1. ROBERT LEE ADAMS
    2. R Walk With Me As I Travel Along the Way: Racism Revealed
      1. MICHAEL E. HODGE
    3. R Cultural Trauma and Collective Identity by Jeffrey C. Alexander, Ron Eyerman, Bernhard Giesen, Neil J. Smelser, and Piotr Sztompka
      1. KARIN SKILL
    4. R Yanomami: The Fierce Controversy and What We Can Learn From It by Robert Borofsky, with Bruce Albert, Raymond Hames, Kim Hill, Lêda Leitão Martins, John Peters, and Terence Turner
      1. LES W. FIELD
    5. R Vodou Nation: Haitian Art Music and Cultural Nationalism by Michael Largey
      1. GERDÈS FLEURANT