Friday, November 13, 2015

Pg. 99: Noel A. Cazenave's "Conceptualizing Racism"

Featured at the Page 99 Test: Conceptualizing Racism: Breaking the Chains of Racially Accommodative Language by Noel A. Cazenave.

About the book, from the publisher:
Conceptualizing Racism is a provocative book that confronts the language we use to discuss and understand racism. Author Noel A. Cazenave argues that American social science has, since its inception, practiced linguistic racial accommodation that blurs our understanding of systemic racism and makes it difficult to effect meaningful change. Conceptualizing Racism highlights how words matter in racism studies. The author traces the history of linguistic racial accommodation through the development of sociology as a discipline and illustrates how it is at play today, not only within the discipline but in public life.
Noel A. Cazenave is professor of sociology at the University of Connecticut, where he also teaches in the Urban and Community Studies program.

Learn more about Conceptualizing Racism at the publisher's website.

The Page 99 Test: Conceptualizing Racism.

--Marshal Zeringue