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Contents:

EDITORIAL

    1. R Reading Race Now
      1. Aimee Cox
        Dana-Ain Davis

THROUGH LANGUAGE AND DEED: DECODING THE CONSTRUCTION OF RACE

    1. R Whither Whiteness? Empire, State, and the Re-Ordering of Whiteness
      1. Pem Davidson Buck
    2. R "Not To Scale“: Mapping Race in a Virginia Historically Black Community
      1. Mieka B. Polanco
    3. R "Real Blackfellas“: Constructions and Meanings of Urban Indigenous Identity
      1. Katherine Lambert-Pennington

GWALTNEY AWARD ESSAY

    1. R How Thomas Nelson and Sons' Royal Readers Textbooks Helped Instill the Standards of Whiteness into Colonized Black Caribbean Subjects and Their Descendents
      1. Valerie Joseph

PIONEERS IN ANTHROPOLOGY

    1. R Katherine Dunham: Decolonizing Anthropology Through African American Dance Pedagogy
      1. Ojeya Cruz Banks

NOTES FROM THE FIELD: RACE AND GENDER IN NEWARK, NJ

    1. R Interrogating Gender Politics and Black Power in Newark NJ: An Interview with Charles Bennett Brack, Producer of Dreams Deferred: The Sakia Gunn Film Project
      1. Charles Townsend

GYAS CARIBBEAN STUDIES ASSOCIATION STUDENT ESSAY CONTEST

    1. R A Schizophrenic Metaphor? Disciplining Creoleness
      1. Kavita Ashana Singh

BOOK, FILM AND VIDEO REVIEWS

    1. R The Gender of Globalization: Women Navigating Cultural and Economic MarginalitiesNandini Gunewardena & Ann Kingsolver(eds.). School for Advanced Research Seminar Series. Santa Fe, NM: School for Advanced Research Press; Oxford, UK: James Currey, 2007. xv + 356pp. (Paper US$34.95))??The Politics of Passion: Women's Sexual Culture in the Afro-Surinamese DiasporaGloria Wekker(ed.). New York, NY: Columbia University Press, 2006. 336pp. (Cloth US$72.50; Paper US$29.00))4Ú‘Ðw „Ú°ŽÐw ÿxÚµCÐwÚ¶hÐw”Ú‘Ðw äÚ°ŽÐw TÛ¨ÝÿÎL"'ÛÛ,Û ¦Òw X˜Œô¨Ýu¦Òw ˜¬ô…¸DÛÕuÓwDÛäuÓw'¨Ýôâ¶É†LÌL" '»%‡L\æœåãç÷ƒ|è çœÝçú‚|+û‚|+û‚|üà„ã|œžpá´ÞØÛœèÛÃ|ØûÈÜÉù‚|Øåù‚|àû2 ƒ|@½ˆ| ƒ|üß
      1. Vermonja R. Alston
    2. R Doing Fieldwork and Writing Anthropology, Anthropology Off the Shelf: Anthropologists on WritingAlisse Waterston & Maria D. Vesperi(eds.). Forward by Cheryl Mwaria. Malden, MA, and Chichester, UK: Wiley-Blackwell, 2009. xvi + 213 pp. (Cloth US$94.95; Adobe E-Book US$79.99))Being There: The Fieldwork Encounter and the Making of TruthJohn Borneman & Abdellah Hammoudi(eds.). Berkeley, CA, and London, UK: University of California Press, 2009. viii + 280 pp. (Cloth US$55.00; Paper US$23.95))
      1. Elizabeth L. Krause
    3. R Biologies of Race: Novel Modes of Engagement, Uncertain Suffering: Racial Health Care Disparities and Sickle Cell DiseaseCarolyn Moxley Rouse(ed.). Berkeley, CA, and London, UK: University of California Press, 2009. xiv + 314pp. (Cloth US$55.00; Paper US$24.95))Biomedical Ambiguity: Race, Asthma, and the Contested Meanings of Genetic Research in the CaribbeanIan Whitmarsh(ed.). Ithaca, NY, and London, UK: Cornell University Press, 2008. viii + 231pp. (Cloth US$65.95; Paper US$22.95))
      1. John Hartigan
    4. R Curtain Call (DVD)Chuck Braverman, Producer and Director. An NJN/White Whale Production. Culver City, CA: Braverman Productions, Inc.(Distributed by New Day Films, New York, NY), 2006 [2001]. Color/38 minutes (Universities US$190.00; Community Groups/Public Libraries/High Schools US$75.00; Rental US$50.00))
      1. Bisola Marignay