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移民史・移民問題、少数民族、人種問題

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Trousson, Raymond / Vercruysse, Jeroom (dir.), Dictionnaire general de Voltaire. (Champion classiques, references et dictionnaires 18) 1272 p. 2020:10 (Champion, FR) <670-9>
ISBN 978-2-38096-016-7 paper ¥7,064.- (税込) EUR 38.00

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Hines, Debbie, Get Off My Neck: Black Lives, White Justice, and a Former Prosecutor's Quest for Reform. 232 pp. 2024:3 (MIT Pr., US) <716-837>
ISBN 978-0-262-04891-0 hard ¥6,178.- (税込) US$ 27.95 *

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Muhammad, E. Anthony, Discovering Black Existentialism. (Imagination and Praxis: Criticality and Creativity in Education and Educational Research 17) 115 pp. 2024:1 (Brill, NE) <716-96>
ISBN 978-90-04-69022-6 hard ¥26,136.- (税込) EUR 110.00
ISBN 978-90-04-69024-0 paper ¥11,880.- (税込) EUR 50.00

In the post-Trump era, the Black lived experience continues to come under assault. Emerging from the suffering imposed on Black bodies comes Black Existential Philosophy, an umbrella term encompassing the multiple depictions of Black life under White subjugation. Whether taking the form of first hand narratives of the lives of enslaved Blacks, the racialized theological discourse of the Nation of Islam, or the writings of W.E.B. Du Bois and Frantz Fanon, the works comprising Black Existentialism offer a look into both the world of the racialized Black "Other" as well as the never-ending quest to recapture and reassert Black humanity. In Discovering Black Existentialism, E. Anthony Muhammad documents his personal and academic journey to Black Existentialism. In doing so, the book illuminates the power of curriculum as a shaping agent in the life of an educator and researcher. As a combination of autobiography, theory, and pedagogy, this work gives the reader an intimate view into the developmental arc of a Black Existentialist scholar. This book offers valuable insights to students searching for direction, to researchers attempting to find meaning in their work, and to educators striving to make their pedagogy relevant to the lives of their students.

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ブラジルにおける経済成長と逆移民
Morton, Gregory Duff, Return from the World: Economic Growth and Reverse Migration in Brazil. 264 pp. 2024:6 (U. Chicago Pr., US) <716-340>
ISBN 978-0-226-83290-6 hard ¥25,426.- (税込) US$ 115.00
ISBN 978-0-226-83292-0 paper ¥6,633.- (税込) US$ 30.00

An anthropologist's investigation of why some Brazilians choose to leave behind a booming economy and return to their villages. In Return from the World, anthropologist Gregory Duff Morton traces the migrations of Brazilian workers who leave a thriving labor market and return to their home villages to become peasant farmers. Morton seeks to understand what it means to turn one's back deliberately on the promise of economic growth. Giving up their positions in factories, at construction sites, and as domestic workers, these migrants travel thousands of miles back to villages without running water or dependable power. There, many take up subsistence farming. Some become activists with the MST, Brazil's militant movement of landless peasants. Bringing their stories vividly to life, Morton dives into the dreams and disputes at play in finding freedom in the shared rejection of growth.

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Kahrl, Andrew W., The Black Tax: 150 Years of Theft, Exploitation, and Dispossession in America. 456 pp. 2024:4 (U. Chicago Pr., US) <716-344>
ISBN 978-0-226-73059-2 hard ¥7,738.- (税込) US$ 35.00 *

Revealing a history that is deep, broad, and infuriating, The Black Tax casts a bold light on the racist practices long hidden in the shadows of America's tax regimes. American taxation is unfair, and it is most unfair to the very people who critically need its support. Not only do taxpayers with fewer resources-less wealth, power, and land-pay more than the well-off, but they are forced to fight for their rights within an unjust system that undermines any attempts to improve their position or economic standing. In The Black Tax, Andrew W. Kahrl reveals the shocking history and ruinous consequences of inequitable and predatory tax laws in this country-above all, widespread and devastating racial dispossession. Throughout the twentieth century, African Americans acquired substantial amounts of property nationwide. But racist practices, obscure processes, and outright theft diminished their holdings and their power. Of these, Kahrl shows, few were more powerful, or more quietly destructive, than property taxes. He examines all the structural features and hidden traps within America's tax system that have forced Black Americans to pay more for less and stripped them of their land and investments, and he reveals the staggering cost. The story of America's now enormous concentration of wealth at the top-and the equally enormous absence of wealth among most Black households-has its roots here. ? Kahrl exposes the painful history of these practices, from Reconstruction up to the present, describing how discrimination continues to take new forms, even as people continue to fight for their rights, their assets, and their power. If you want to understand the extreme economic disadvantages and persistent racial inequalities that African American households continue to face, there is no better starting point than The Black Tax.

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Wilkinson, Charles, Treaty Justice: The Northwest Tribes, the Boldt Decision, and the Recognition of Fishing Rights. 296 pp. 2024:1 (U. Washington Pr., US) <716-385>
ISBN 978-0-295-75272-3 hard ¥7,726.- (税込) US$ 34.95 *

In 1974, Judge George Boldt issued a ruling that affirmed the fishing rights and tribal sovereignty of Native nations in Washington State. The Boldt Decision transformed Indigenous law and resource management across the United States and beyond. Like Brown v. Board of Education, the case also brought about far-reaching societal changes, reinforcing tribal sovereignty and remedying decades of injustice. Eminent legal historian and tribal advocate Charles Wilkinson tells the dramatic story of the Boldt Decision against the backdrop of salmon's central place in the cultures and economies of the Pacific Northwest. In the 1960s, Native people reasserted their fishing rights as delineated in nineteenth-century treaties. In response, state officials worked with non-Indian commercial and sport fishing interests to forcefully-and often violently-oppose Native actions. These "fish wars" spurred twenty tribes and the US government to file suit in federal court. Moved by the testimony of tribal leaders and other experts, Boldt pointedly waited until Lincoln's birthday to hand down a decision recognizing the tribes' right to half of the state's fish. The case's long aftermath led from the Supreme Court's affirmation of Boldt's opinion to collaborative management of the harvest of salmon and other marine resources. Expert and compelling, Treaty Justice weaves personalities and local detail into the definitive account of one of the twentieth century's most important civil rights cases.

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移民、移動性、クリエイティブ・クラス
Hughes, Ellen / Webber, Don J. / Parry, Glenn, Migration, Mobility and the Creative Class. (New Horizons in Regional Science) 256 pp. 2024:3 (E. Elgar, UK) <716-386>
ISBN 978-1-80220-861-0 hard ¥23,842.- (税込) GB£ 85.00 *

Migration, Mobility and the Creative Class challenges contemporary conceptions of the mobility of the creative worker. Exploring the differences between a range of historical, political, and social contexts, this forward-thinking book contests the validity and logic of policymakers' strategies to attract the creative class, and emphasises the need for a reassessment of the plans employed for local and regional development.Drawing on detailed biographical life-course information obtained through in-depth interviews with creative workers, this book refutes established ideas that creative workers are a unique, autonomous and highly mobile group. Documenting empirical findings, it highlights how the migration and occupation patterns of creative workers are intimately connected with their early family experiences and to their social class. Ultimately, this innovative book recommends that policy should redirect its focus away from migration and towards creating places with good schools, affordable housing, sustainable jobs and strong connections across communities.Pairing in-depth case studies with established theoretical grounding, this book will be a fascinating read for academics, researchers and students specialising in economic geography, regional economics, migration and human geography. Its unique insights and practical policy recommendations will also be of benefit to those working in town planning, regional policy development and the creative industries.

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Adely, Fida J., Working Women in Jordan: Education, Migration, and Aspiration. 216 pp. 2024:6 (U. Chicago Pr., US) <716-390>
ISBN 978-0-226-83392-7 hard ¥25,426.- (税込) US$ 115.00
ISBN 978-0-226-83394-1 paper ¥6,633.- (税込) US$ 30.00

A surprising look at the meaningful social changes in Jordan as lived and navigated by educated women. Jordan has witnessed tremendous societal transformation in its relatively short history. Today it has one of the most highly educated populations in the region, and women have outnumbered and outperformed their male counterparts for more than a decade. Yet, despite their education and professional status, many women still struggle to build a secure future and a life befitting of their aspirations. In Working Women in Jordan anthropologist Fida J. Adely turns to college-educated women in Jordan who migrate from rural provinces to Amman for employment opportunities. Building on twelve years of ethnographic research and extensive interviews with dozens of women, as well as some of their family members, Adely analyzes the effects of developments such as expanded educational opportunities, urbanization, privatization, and the restructuring of the labor market on women's life trajectories, gender roles, the institution of marriage, and kinship relations. Through these rich narrative accounts and the analysis of broader socio-economic shifts, Adely explains how educational structures can act as both facilitators and obstacles to workforce entry-along with cascading consequences for family and social life. Deeply thorough and compelling, Working Women in Jordan asks readers to think more critically about what counts as development, and for whom.

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Al-Kuwari, Shaikha H., Arab Americans in the United States: Immigration, Culture and Health. (International Perspectives on Migration; South-South Migration) 195 pp. 2024:3 (Springer, GW) <716-416>
ISBN 978-981-9974-16-0 hard ¥11,876.- (税込) EUR 49.99
ISBN 978-981-9974-19-1 paper ¥9,500.- (税込) EUR 39.99

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Angel, Jacqueline L. / Drumond Andrade, F. C. et al. (eds.), Older Mexicans and Latinos in the United States: Where Worlds Meet. 292 pp. 2024:2 (Springer, GW) <716-443>
ISBN 978-3-031-48808-5 hard ¥28,508.- (税込) EUR 119.99

This book delves into the consequences of rapid population aging for Mexico and U.S. Latinos, impacting various institutions, including families, the labor force, and healthcare systems. It examines in depth the causes and consequences of the increasing prevalence of cognitive impairment and dementia, especially early-onset decline in the Mexican-origin population. The book identifies resilience factors as critical to successful aging and health in the Mexican and Mexican-American populations from a transdisciplinary perspective. It also examines the diversity in the experiences of older adults with dementia and related disorders and that of their families in Mexico and the United States. The book also helps to better understand the levels of need and support capacity in both nations and the organizational contexts of long-term care in both countries. The ultimate goal of this sixth volume in the series on aging in the Americas is to identify critical sources of vulnerability and possible policy options for closing the gap in affordable and sustainable long-term care and financial wellbeing for low-resource populations living with dementia and other medical conditions in both countries. The volume presents new information, consensus data, potential venues for intervention, and action frameworks to advance current knowledge grounded in global aging health systems research of closing disparities in vulnerable populations at high risk of declining cognitive and physical health in two different political contexts. As such, the book provides a wealth of information for researchers, policy makers and professionals in the field of population aging.

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Lledo Gomez, Cristina / Brazal, Agnes M. et al. (eds.), 500 Years of Christianity and the Global Filipino/a: Postcolonial Perspectives. (Pathways for Ecumenical and Interreligious Dialogue) 309 pp. 2024:3 (Palgrave Macmillan, UK) <716-220>
ISBN 978-3-031-47499-6 hard ¥28,508.- (税込) EUR 119.99

The year 2021 marked the five-hundredth anniversary of Christianity in the Philippines. With over 90% of the Filipin@s (Filipino/as) in the country and more than eight million around the world identifying as Christian, they are a significant force reshaping global Christianity. The fifth centenary called for celebration, reflection, and critique. This book represents the voices of theologians in the Philippines, the United States, Australia, and around the world examining Christianity in the Philippines through a postcolonial theological lens that suggests the desire to go beyond the colonial in all its contemporary manifestations. Part 1, "Rethinking the Encounters," focuses on introducing the context of Christianity's arrival in the archipelago and its effect on its peoples. Part 2, "Reappropriation, Resistance, and Decolonization," grapples with the enduring presence of coloniality in Filipin@ religious practices. It also celebrates the ways Christianity has been critically and creatively reimagined.

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T.Faist他編 シティズンシップ研究百科事典
Garcia Cabeza, Marisol / Faist, Thomas (eds.), Encyclopedia of Citizenship Studies. (Elgar Encyclopedias in the Social Sciences) 500 pp. 2024:4 (E. Elgar, UK) <716-3>
ISBN 978-1-80088-045-0 hard ¥60,307.- (税込) GB£ 215.00 *

This Encyclopedia presents a comprehensive collection of entries addressing the normative claims and definitions of the critical concepts, principles, and approaches that make up the field of citizenship studies. The Encyclopedia explores the empirical realities of citizenship from a diverse array of perspectives, and covers comparative, regional and global perspectives in Europe, Africa, Asia, and the Americas. Its broad coverage ranges from classical ideas of citizenship to the experience of citizenship in the Anthropocene, providing contextual insight into its expansion, erosion, and extension over the past 200 years. With its succinct overviews of critical aspects of citizenship, the Encyclopedia of Citizenship Studies will prove an invaluable resource to postgraduate students and junior researchers of sociology, political science, political philosophy, migration, political geography and geopolitics, human rights, and population studies. Its in-depth discussion of the empirical realities of citizenship will also benefit policy makers and researchers in these areas.Key Features:78 thought-provoking entries structured into six thematic partsDiscussion of key methodologies in, and novel approaches to, citizenship researchExploration of differentiated forms of modern citizenship, such as intimate, gendered and multicultural citizenshipExamination of key issues such as statelessness, naturalization and transnational or diasporic forms of citizenshipConsideration of territorial scales of citizenship, such as urban citizenship

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W.アッシャー他著 発展途上国における大量移民の潜在性とリスクに取り組む
Ascher, William / Barter, Shane Joshua, Moving within Borders: Addressing the Potentials and Risks of Mass Migrations in Developing Countries. (Politics, Economics, and Inclusive Development) 361 pp. 2024:1 (Palgrave Macmillan, UK) <716-318>
ISBN 978-3-031-37548-4 hard ¥28,508.- (税込) EUR 119.99

This book highlights the attention that policymakers, activists, and the public should pay to internal migration. Although prominent research has analyzed particular types of internal migration, especially urbanization and internally displaced persons (IDPs), the narrow scope of existing studies cannot capture the overlaps of motivation and circumstances that pose serious policy dilemmas. The book is distinctive in examining the full range of modes and motives of internal migration: state-sponsored or unsponsored, coerced or voluntary, land-seeking or market-seeking, urban or rural, and so on. While approaching internal migration holistically, it also emphasizes how it is distinct from international migrations, especially the central role of the state, whose internal divisions and defensive reactions to challenges often play decisive roles in governing migration. The writing style is geared towards accessibility, making it appropriate for college- and graduate-level students as well as the broader public.

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Guise, Holly Miowak, Alaska Native Resilience: Voices from World War II. (Indigenous Confluences) 240 pp. 2024:6 (U. Washington Pr., US) <716-1730>
ISBN 978-0-295-75251-8 hard ¥23,215.- (税込) US$ 105.00
ISBN 978-0-295-75252-5 paper ¥6,633.- (税込) US$ 30.00

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Henderson, Mae G. / Scheper, Jeanne / Melton, G., II (eds.), The Specter and the Speculative: Afterlives and Archives in the African Diaspora. 254 pp. 2024:5 (Rutgers U. Pr., US) <716-1732>
ISBN 978-1-9788-3407-1 hard ¥33,165.- (税込) US$ 150.00
ISBN 978-1-9788-3406-4 paper ¥9,495.- (税込) US$ 42.95

The Specter and the Speculative: Afterlives and Archives in the African Diaspora engages in a critical conversation about how historical subjects and historical texts within the African Diaspora are re-fashioned, re-animated, and re-articulated, as well as parodied, nostalgized, and defamiliarized, to establish an "afterlife" for African Atlantic identities and narratives. These essays focus on transnational, transdisciplinary, and transhistorical sites of memory and haunting-textual, visual, and embodied performances-in order to examine how these "living" archives circulate and imagine anew the meanings of prior narratives liberated from their original context. Individual essays examine how historical and literary performances-in addition to film, drama, music, dance, and material culture-thus revitalized, transcend and speak across temporal and spatial boundaries not only to reinstate traditional meanings, but also to motivate fresh commentary and critique. Emergent and established scholars representing diverse disciplines and fields of interest specifically engage under explored themes related to afterlives, archives, and haunting.

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Hsu, Stephanie / Tse, Ka-Man (eds.), My Race Is My Gender: Portraits of Nonbinary People of Color. (Q+ Public) 146 pp. 2024:8 (Rutgers U. Pr., US) <716-1734>
ISBN 978-1-9788-2395-2 hard ¥13,253.- (税込) US$ 59.95
ISBN 978-1-9788-2394-5 paper ¥5,515.- (税込) US$ 24.95

Genderqueer and nonbinary people of color often experience increased marginalization, belonging to an ethnic group that seldom recognizes their gender identity and a queer community that subscribes to white norms. Yet for this very reason, they have a lot to teach about how racial, sexual, and gender identities intersect. Their experiences of challenging social boundaries demonstrate how queer communities can become more inclusive and how the recognition of nonbinary genders can be an anti-racist practice. My Race is My Gender is the first anthology by nonbinary writers of color to include photography and visual portraits, centering their everyday experiences of negotiating intersectional identities. While informed by queer theory and critical race theory, the authors share their personal stories in accessible language. Bringing together Black, Indigenous, Latine, and Asian perspectives, its six contributors present an intergenerational look at what it means to belong to marginalized queer communities in the U.S. and feel solidarity with a global majority at the same time. They also provide useful insights into how genderqueer and nonbinary activism can both energize and be fueled by such racial justice movements as Black Lives Matter.

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Jackson, Brandon A, Brotherhood University: Black Men's Friendships and the Transition to Adulthood. (American Campus) 216 pp. 2024:6 (Rutgers U. Pr., US) <716-1736>
ISBN 978-1-9788-2152-1 hard ¥33,165.- (税込) US$ 150.00
ISBN 978-1-9788-2151-4 paper ¥7,284.- (税込) US$ 32.95

How do young Black men navigate the transition to adulthood in an era of labor market precarity, an increasing emphasis on personal independence, and gendered racism? In Brotherhood University, Brandon A. Jackson utilizes longitudinal qualitative data to examine the role of emotions and social support among a group of young Black men as they navigate a "structural double bind" as college students and into early adulthood. While prevailing stereotypes portray young Black men as emotionally aloof, Jackson finds that the men invested in an emotion culture characterized by vulnerability, loyalty, and trust, which created a system of mutual social support, or brotherhood, among the group as they navigated college, prepared for the labor market, and experienced romantic relationships. Ten years later, as they managed the early stages of their careers and considered marriage and child-rearing, the men continued to depend on the emotional vulnerability and close relationships they forged in their college years.

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Kausch, Christine, Zuflucht auf Zeit: Juden aus Deutschland in den Niederlanden 1933-1945. 530 S. 2024:1 (Wallstein Vlg., GW) <716-1738>
ISBN 978-3-8353-3052-8 hard ¥13,780.- (税込) EUR 58.00

Die Niederlande waren fuer deutsche Juden waehrend des Nationalsozialismus ein Land der Hoffnung, eines neuen Alltags, der enttaeuschten Erwartungen und der erneuten Verfolgung Die antisemitische Politik des ≫Dritten Reiches≪ veranlasste in den 1930er-Jahren Hundertausende Juden zur Flucht aus Deutschland. Zu den ersten Exillaendern gehoerten die benachbarten Niederlande, wo die meisten jedoch nur eine Zuflucht auf Zeit fanden. Der Aufbau einer neuen Existenz gestaltete sich oftmals schwierig. Viele zogen weiter. Diejenigen aber, die diesen Schritt nicht gehen konnten oder wollten, waren nach dem Einmarsch der Wehrmacht im Mai 1940 erneut der nationalsozialistischen Verfolgung ausgeliefert. Tausende wurden in den folgenden Jahren deportiert und ermordet. Christine Kausch nimmt das Leben der juedischen Fluechtlinge in den Jahren 1933 bis 1945 in den Blick und analysiert auf Basis hunderter Egodokumente sowie zahlreicher weiterer Quellen die individuellen und kollektiven Erfahrungen der Gefluechteten. Die Autorin untersucht, wie die Menschen im Nachbarland aufgenommen wurden, wie sie die erneute Verfolgung erlebten und wie sie auf die jeweiligen Umstaende reagierten. Die Studie bietet damit einen wichtigen Beitrag zur juedischen, niederlaendischen und deutschen Geschichte.

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Koffman, David S. / Sheinin, David M. K. (eds.), Promised Lands North and South: Jewish Canada and Jewish Argentina in Conversation. (Jewish Latin America 15) 302 pp. 2024:5 (Brill, NE) <716-1739>
ISBN 978-90-04-54743-8 hard ¥30,888.- (税込) EUR 130.00

This book puts two of the most significant Jewish Diaspora communities outside of the U.S. into conversation with one another. At times contributor-pairs directly compare unique aspects of two Jewish histories, politics, or cultures. At other times, they juxtapose. Some chapters focus on literature, poetry, theatre, or sport; others on immigration, antisemitism, or health. Taken together, the essays in Promised Lands North and South offer sparkling insight and new depth on the modern Jewish global experience.

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Krannich, Sascha / Hunger, Uwe, Student Migration and Development: A Case Study Using the Example of KAAD. 150 pp. 2024:2 (Springer, GW) <716-1740>
ISBN 978-3-658-43124-2 paper ¥17,816.- (税込) EUR 74.99

How do international students and alumni contribute to development in their countries of origin? Is the development effect greatest when students return to their countries of origin directly after completing their studies and become involved locally there, or can they also support the development of their country of origin if they remain abroad after their studies and contribute their knowledge and capital to the development process of their country of origin via transnational networks? Specifically, this question is examined in this publication using the example of the scholarship and alumni work of the Catholic Academic Alien Service (KAAD) in five countries of different developing regions: Georgia, Ghana, Indonesia, Colombia and Palestine.

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良い学校でどのように人種的不平等が盛んなのか 第2版
Lewis, Amanda E. / Diamond, John B., Despite the Best Intentions: How Racial Inequality Thrives in Good Schools. 2nd ed. (Transgressing Boundaries: Studies in Black Politics and Black Communities) 304 pp. 2024:8 (Oxford U. Pr., US) <716-1741>
ISBN 978-0-19-755706-8 hard ¥21,888.- (税込) US$ 99.00
ISBN 978-0-19-755707-5 paper ¥5,515.- (税込) US$ 24.95

On the surface, Riverview High School looks like an exemplar of an integrated community. Serving an affluent and diverse district, the school is well-funded, its teachers are well-trained, and many of its students are high-achieving. Yet Riverview has not escaped the same question that plagues schools throughout America: why is it that even when all of the circumstances seem right, racial disparities in key outcomes persist? In this updated second edition, Amanda E. Lewis and John B. Diamond build on their powerful and illuminating study of Riverview to show how the "racial achievement gap" continues to afflict American schools sixty years after the formal dismantling of segregation. The second edition includes new chapters that highlight what has changed and what remains the same at Riverview and explore how the lessons from the book can inform school change efforts. Lewis and Diamond present a complex story of concerted efforts to transform educational opportunities in Riverview, alongside persistent resistance to those efforts. Most crucially, they challenge many common explanations of the racial disparities in educational outcomes exploring what race actually means in the school context, and how it matters.

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Liu, Roseann, Designed to Fail: Why Racial Equity in School Funding Is So Hard to Achieve. 208 pp. 2024:4 (U. Chicago Pr., US) <716-1742>
ISBN 978-0-226-83269-2 hard ¥21,888.- (税込) US$ 99.00 *
ISBN 978-0-226-83271-5 paper ¥4,974.- (税込) US$ 22.50 *

A provocative examination of how systemic racism in education funding is sustained. For people who care about urban school districts like Philadelphia's, addressing the challenges that these schools face often boils down to the need for more money. But why are urban districts that serve Black and Brown students still so perennially underfunded compared to majority-white ones? Why is racial equity in school funding so hard to achieve? In Designed to Fail, Roseann Liu provides an inside look at the Pennsylvania state legislature and campaigns for fair funding to show how those responsible for the distribution of school funding work to maintain the privileges of majority-white school districts. Liu analyzes how colorblind policies, political structures, and the maintenance of the status quo by people in power perpetuate wide and deepening racial disparities in education funding. Taking a lesson from community organizers fighting for a racially equitable school funding system, Liu's work is a bold call to address structural racism at the root and organize from a place of abundant justice.

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Mangual Figueroa, Ariana, Knowing Silence: How Children Talk about Immigration Status in School. 260 pp. 2024:4 (U. Minnesota Pr., US) <716-1744>
ISBN 978-1-5179-1044-0 hard ¥23,878.- (税込) US$ 108.00 *
ISBN 978-1-5179-1045-7 paper ¥5,969.- (税込) US$ 27.00 *

Learning from children about citizenship status and how it shapes their schooling There is a persistent assumption in the field of education that children are largely unaware of their immigration status and its implications. In Knowing Silence, Ariana Mangual Figueroa challenges this "myth of ignorance." By listening carefully to both the speech and significant silences of six Latina students from mixed-immigration-status families, from elementary school into middle school and beyond, she reveals the complex ways young people understand and negotiate immigration status and its impact on their lives. Providing these children with iPod Touches to record their own conversations, Mangual Figueroa observes when and how they choose to talk about citizenship at home, at school, and in public spaces. Analyzing family conversations about school forms, in-class writing assignments, encounters with the police, and applications for college, she demonstrates that children grapple with the realities of citizenship from an early age. Educators who underestimate children's knowledge, Mangual Figueroa shows, can marginalize or misunderstand these students and their families. Combining significant empirical findings with reflections on the ethical questions surrounding research and responsibility, Mangual Figueroa models new ways scholars might collaborate with educators, children, and families. With rigorous and innovative ethnographic methodologies, Knowing Silence makes audible the experiences of immigrant-origin students in their own terms, ultimately offering teachers and researchers a crucial framework for understanding citizenship in the contemporary classroom.

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Martin, Jennifer / Arunachalam, Dharma / Forbes-Mewett, H., Identity and Belonging Among Chinese Australians: Phenotype, Ethnic Language and Cultural Values. (Migration, Minorities and Modernity 7) 153 pp. 2023:11 (Springer, GW) <716-1745>
ISBN 978-3-031-47861-1 hard ¥26,132.- (税込) EUR 109.99

This book describes the ethnic identity construction involved in 'being', 'feeling' and 'doing' Chinese for multi-generation Australian-born Chinese, who were born and raised in a different social environment. It demonstrates how Chineseness is manifested in a multitude of ways and totally debunks any notion that being Chinese is a simple identity marker. The book shows that while there are commonalities with the American-born, the experiences of Australia-born Chinese are distinct in many ways.This book is a timely and critically examination of the inescapability of Chineseness particularly when social and economic stability is threatened and those in power are looking for a scapegoat.

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McCulla, Theresa, Insatiable City: Food and Race in New Orleans. 352 pp. 2024:5 (U. Chicago Pr., US) <716-1746>
ISBN 978-0-226-83380-4 hard ¥25,426.- (税込) US$ 115.00 *
ISBN 978-0-226-83382-8 paper ¥7,185.- (税込) US$ 32.50 *

A history of food in the Crescent City that explores race, power, social status, and labor. In Insatiable City, Theresa McCulla probes the overt and covert ways that the production of food and the discourse about it both created and reinforced many strains of inequality in New Orleans, a city significantly defined by its foodways. Tracking the city's economy from nineteenth-century chattel slavery to twentieth-century tourism, McCulla uses menus, cookbooks, newspapers, postcards, photography, and other material culture to limn the interplay among the production and reception of food, the inscription and reiteration of racial hierarchies, and the constant diminishment and exploitation of working-class people. The consumption of food and people, she shows, was mutually reinforced and deeply intertwined. Yet she also details how enslaved and free people of color in New Orleans used food and drink to carve paths of mobility, stability, autonomy, freedom, profit, and joy. A story of pain and pleasure, labor and leisure, Insatiable City goes far beyond the task of tracing New Orleans's culinary history to focus on how food suffuses culture and our understandings and constructions of race and power.

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Muessig, Stephanie / Nielsen, Jorgen S. / Racius, E. (eds.), Yearbook of Muslims in Europe. Volume 15. 750 pp. 2024:3 (Brill, NE) <716-1749>
ISBN 978-90-04-54987-6 hard ¥54,410.- (税込) EUR 229.00 *

The Yearbook of Muslims in Europe is an essential resource for analysis of Europe's dynamic Muslim populations. Featuring up-to-date research from forty-three European countries, this comprehensive reference work summarises significant activities, trends, and developments within those communities. Each new volume reports on the most current information available from surveyed countries, offering an annual overview of statistical and demographic data, topical issues of public debate, shifting transnational networks, change to domestic policies and legal frameworks, and major activities in Muslim organisations and institutions. Supplementary data is gathered from a variety of sources and evaluated according to its reliability. In addition to offering a relevant framework for original research, the Yearbook of Muslims in Europe provides an invaluable source of reference for government and NGO officials, journalists, policymakers, and related research institutions.

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Quinsaat, Sharon M., Insurgent Communities: How Protests Create a Filipino Diaspora. 240 pp. 2024:3 (U. Chicago Pr., US) <716-1750>
ISBN 978-0-226-83166-4 hard ¥21,888.- (税込) US$ 99.00 *
ISBN 978-0-226-83168-8 paper ¥6,633.- (税込) US$ 30.00 *

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国外退去の研究方法
Radziwinowiczowna, Agnieszka (ed.), Research Methods in Deportation: The Power-Knowledge Approach. 196 pp. 2024:3 (E. Elgar, UK) <716-1751>
ISBN 978-1-03-531310-5 hard ¥23,842.- (税込) GB£ 85.00 *

This prescient book explores how to confront the methodological and ethical challenges in researching deportation. Agnieszka Radziwinowiczowna introduces a 'power-knowledge' approach, crucially taking into account the power imbalances that emerge at every stage of the deportation research process.Bringing together a diverse group of eminent deportation scholars, Research Methods in Deportation makes methodological recommendations on the recruitment of research participants, the inclusion of underrepresented demographic groups, longitudinal research into deportations and co-dissemination. The proposed power-knowledge approach counters the existing positivist paradigm that seeks to extract data from research participants, instead prioritising participants' agency and including them in knowledge co-production. Chapters cover the challenges in researching violent deportation practices and negotiating access for research post-deportation, the methodological challenges of bilingual research in prison, white privilege and the involution of deportation research.This book will be essential reading for students, academics and researchers in migration studies, refugee studies, sociology, anthropology, and social policy. Offering concrete methodological guidance and advice, it will also be beneficial for practitioners in non-governmental organisations conducting research among potentially deportable and deported people.

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Ryan, Phil, On the Other Hand: Canadian Multiculturalism and Its Progressive Critics. 288 pp. 2024:4 (U. Toronto Pr., CN) <716-1752>
ISBN 978-1-4875-5272-5 hard ¥18,793.- (税込) US$ 85.00
ISBN 978-1-4875-5273-2 paper ¥8,831.- (税込) US$ 39.95

For many, Canadian multiculturalism represents the hope that we can build a society in which people who have come from all corners of the world can fully participate without first subverting or erasing their unique identities. Many progressive critics, however, dismiss this hope as an illusion that serves to mask ongoing racism and inequality. Foregrounding the capitalist nature of the Canadian state and society, On the Other Hand examines the arguments of a range of progressive critics of Canadian multiculturalism. An exercise in "critical listening," the book aims to both communicate and assess these progressive critiques. It proposes conditions for the intelligibility of social science analysis in general and reflects on the requirements for effective progressive thought and writing. Grounded in a political economy approach, the book argues that capitalism and the capitalist nature of the state must be integrated into our analysis of multiculturalism, immigration policy, and persistent racism. On the Other Hand reveals how progressive critiques can identify real limits of multiculturalism: limits of which we must be aware if we are either to endorse them or seek to transcend them.

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ドイツにおける統合の政治
Schuster-Craig, Johanna, One Word Shapes a Nation: Integration Politics in Germany. (German and European Studies 53) 424 pp. 2024:8 (U. Toronto Pr., CN) <716-1753>
ISBN 978-1-4875-5116-2 hard ¥21,004.- (税込) US$ 95.00
ISBN 978-1-4875-5117-9 paper ¥8,831.- (税込) US$ 39.95

One Word Shapes a Nation demonstrates that integration politics limit how immigrants, refugees, and their descendants can participate in German society and how Germans imagine their national future. By reconstructing recent polemic media scandals, re-interpreting historical narratives about migration after the Second World War, and conducting extensive fieldwork with social work organizations that implement "integrative" programs, Johanna Schuster-Craig explores the intersection between media, capital, nation-building, and human lives in contemporary German society. The book reveals that while anti-immigrant tropes are long-standing in German post-war history, integration is not the only potential model. Schuster-Craig argues that "integration politics" in Germany is defined by a selective approach to who qualifies as a citizen, as well as beliefs about German national identity that require assimilation to cultural values beyond mere naturalization. Drawing on media analysis of key public speeches and debates, historical analysis, and ethnographic observation and interviews, Schuster-Craig examines the nature and impact of an integrative apparatus. One Word Shapes a Nation ultimately asks what it would take to reimagine immigrant incorporation as a form of citizenship that applies to everyone.

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Singer, Katie, Alien Soil: Oral Histories of Great Migration Newark. (Ceres: Rutgers Studies in History) 250 pp. 2024:8 (Rutgers U. Pr., US) <716-1754>
ISBN 978-1-9788-3354-8 hard ¥17,675.- (税込) US$ 79.95
ISBN 978-1-9788-3353-1 paper ¥7,726.- (税込) US$ 34.95

Alien Soil: Oral Histories of Great Migration Newark explores Newark's Krueger-Scott African-American Cultural Center collection of over 100 oral histories. Historian Katie Singer separates these stories into thematic categories of social and political events, including church, work, and activism, in order to paint an intimate portrait of everyday urbanity and the larger Black urban experience in Newark. Through the examination of these Krueger-Scott narratives, Singer challenges historical falsehoods with the lived experiences of Newarkers who traveled North during the Great Migration, as well as established city residents. Alien Soil effectively contextualizes Newark history and re-inserts Black voices into historiography traditionally dominated by "outsiders." The book begins with the Krueger-Scott Mansion's deep history, followed by the sequence of events surrounding the proposed Cultural Center. Last owned by African-American millionaire and beauty-culture entrepreneur Louise Scott, the Victorian Krueger-Scott Mansion was built by beer baron Gottfried Krueger in 1888. Through the history of the Mansion, and the ultimately failed Cultural Center project, one learns about the Newark that African Americans migrated to, what they found when they got there, how living in the city changed them, and how they, individually and collectively, changed Newark. After the Cultural Center project was officially halted in 2000, the cassette tapes of the oral history interviews were stored away at the Newark Public Library. Ten years later they were unearthed, and ultimately digitized. As of yet, no one has applied these sources directly to their research. Deeply committed to these rich, insightful stories, Singer calls for a more thoughtful consideration of all cities, reminding us that Newark is much more than its 1967 rebellion.

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Singh, Michael V., Good Boys, Bad Hombres: The Racial Politics of Mentoring Latino Boys in Schools. 272 pp. 2024:4 (U. Minnesota Pr., US) <716-1755>
ISBN 978-1-5179-1297-0 hard ¥25,647.- (税込) US$ 116.00
ISBN 978-1-5179-1298-7 paper ¥6,411.- (税込) US$ 29.00 *

The unintended consequences of youth empowerment programs for Latino boys Educational research has long documented the politics of punishment for boys and young men of color in schools-but what about the politics of empowerment and inclusion? In Good Boys, Bad Hombres, Michael V. Singh focuses on this aspect of youth control in schools, asking on whose terms a positive Latino manhood gets to be envisioned. Based on two years of ethnographic research in an urban school district in California, Good Boys, Bad Hombres examines Latino Male Success, a school-based mentorship program for Latino boys. Instead of attempting to shape these boys' lives through the threat of punishment, the program aims to provide an "invitation to a respectable and productive masculinity" framed as being rooted in traditional Latinx signifiers of manhood. Singh argues, however, that the promotion of this aspirational form of Latino masculinity is rooted in neoliberal multiculturalism, heteropatriarchy, and anti-Blackness, and that even such empowerment programs can unintentionally reproduce attitudes that paint Latino boys as problematic and in need of control and containment. An insightful gender analysis, Good Boys, Bad Hombres sheds light on how mentorship is a reaction to the alleged crisis of Latino boys and is governed by the perceived remedies of the neoliberal state. Documenting the ways Latino men and boys resist the politics of neoliberal empowerment for new visions of justice, Singh works to deconstruct male empowerment, arguing that new narratives and practices-beyond patriarchal redemption-are necessary for a reimagining of Latino manhood in schools and beyond.

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Stead, Virginia (ed.), Toward Abolishing White Supremacy on Campus. (Equity in Higher Education Theory, Policy, and Praxis 18) 462 pp. 2023:10 (P. Lang, SZ) <716-1757>
ISBN 978-1-63667-240-3 hard ¥35,006.- (税込) SFR 144.00

Toward Abolishing White Supremacy in Higher Education allows higher education professionals to dive in and consider how their roles impact BIPOC students, faculty, and staff. Through personal anecdotes, case studies, scholarly research, and historical references, this seminal work centers the experiences of Black, Indigenous, and people of color in the academic community while offering tools toward abolishing white supremacy in higher education.

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Stevens, Cara Rogers, Thomas Jefferson and the Fight against Slavery. (American Political Thought) 400 pp. 2024:1 (U. Pr. Kansas, US) <716-1758>
ISBN 978-0-7006-3597-9 hard ¥12,148.- (税込) US$ 54.95

In this groundbreaking work, Cara Rogers Stevens examines the fascinating life of Thomas Jefferson's book, Notes on the State of Virginia, from its innocuous composition in the early 1780s to its use as a political weapon by both pro- and antislavery forces in the early nineteenth century. Initially written as a brief statistical introduction to Virginia for French readers, Jefferson's book evolved to become his comprehensive statement on almost all facets of the state's natural and political realms. As part of an antislavery education strategy, Jefferson also decided to include a treatise on the nature of racial difference, as well as a manifesto on the corrupting power of slavery in a republic and a plan for emancipation and colonization. In consequence, his book-for better or worse-defined the boundaries of future debates over the place of African-descended people in American society.Although historians have rightly criticized Jefferson for his racism and failure to free his own slaves, his antislavery intentions for the Notes have received only cursory notice, partly because the original manuscript was not available for detailed examination until recently.By analyzing Jefferson's complex revision process, Thomas Jefferson and the Fight against Slavery traces the evolution of Jefferson's views on race and slavery as he considered how best to persuade younger slaveholders to embrace emancipation. Rogers Stevens then moves beyond Jefferson to examine contemporary responses to the Notes from white and black intellectuals and politicians, concluding with an attempt by Jefferson's grandson to implement elements of the Notes's emancipation plan during Virginia's 1831-1832 slavery debates.

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Treiber, Angela / Kazzazi, Kerstin / Jaciuk, Marina (eds.), Translating Migration: Everyday and Research Practices of Interpreting in the Context of Flight and Migration. 191 pp. 2024:2 (Springer VS, GW) <716-1759>
ISBN 978-3-658-43261-4 paper ¥16,628.- (税込) EUR 69.99

In many fields of professional practice and research, conversations can no longer be conducted in the first language of the respective participants. The increasing diversity of languages, of multi- and translingualism require the involvement of language mediators/interpreters. In the contexts of flight, asylum and migration, this interdisciplinary volume discusses different procedural strategies for overcoming linguistic as well as culturally conditioned communication barriers and highlights the emerging methodological and theoretical challenges for social counselling and therapy practice as well as for the practice of qualitative research.

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高等教育における人種と拒否ハンドブック
Watson, Kenjus / Cisneros, Nora et al. (eds.), Handbook of Race and Refusal in Higher Education: Like a Path in Tall Grasses. (Elgar Handbooks in Education) 336 pp. 2023:5 (E. Elgar, UK) <716-1761>
ISBN 978-1-80037-786-8 hard ¥44,880.- (税込) GB£ 160.00

This cutting-edge Handbook goes beyond discourses of equity, inclusion, and diversity, carving a space for critical discussions about the relationships between Black, Indigenous, People of Color (BIPOC) and the university. In doing so, it forges new paths and alternative conceptual starting points to consider in making a commitment to social justice in higher education.Kenjus Watson, Nora Cisneros, Lindsay Perez Huber and Veronica Velez bring together a dynamic collective of scholars, educators, students, community members, and activists to ask the critical question: how do we work towards justice through a lens of refusal in higher education? The Handbook presents both traditional and non-traditional scholarship, including creative and artistic work, to explore the distinctive ways white supremacy, settler colonialism, and antiblackness impact students, faculty, and communities within HE, with chapters providing insight into everyday strategies of refusal, radical imaginaries of abolitions and futurities, and projects of decolonization. Taking stock of the tensions and contradictions in 'undoing' the university while occupying positions within it, the Handbook concludes that the study of education cannot be divorced from the sociohistorical, political, and economic architectures that have shaped it.This path-breaking Handbook will be a crucial resource for BIPOC students, scholars and faculty within HE institutions, as well as students of the sociology of education, the sociology of discrimination, education policy, and race, ethnicity, and colonial studies.

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Williams, Hettie V., The Georgia of the North: Black Women and the Civil Rights Movement in New Jersey. (Ceres: Rutgers Studies in History) 220 pp. 2024:4 (Rutgers U. Pr., US) <716-1763>
ISBN 978-1-9788-1943-6 hard ¥33,165.- (税込) US$ 150.00
ISBN 978-1-9788-1939-9 paper ¥8,389.- (税込) US$ 37.95

The Georgia of the North is a historical narrative about Black women and the long civil rights movement in New Jersey from the Great Migration to 1954. Specifically, the critical role played by Black women in forging interracial, cross-class, and cross-gender alliances at the local and national level and their role in securing the passage of progressive civil rights legislation in the Garden State is at the core of this book. This narrative is largely defined by a central question: How and why did New Jersey's Black leaders, community members, and women in particular, affect major civil rights legislation, legal equality, and integration a decade before the Brown v. Board of Education, Topeka, Kansas decision? In this analysis, the history of the early Black freedom struggle in New Jersey is predicated on the argument that the Civil Rights Movement began in New Jersey, and that Black women were central actors in this struggle.

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革命と亡命-ハプスブルク帝国におけるフランス人亡命者 1789~1815年
Winkler, Matthias, Revolution und Exil: Franzoesische Emigranten in der Habsburgermonarchie 1789-1815. (Fruehneuzeit-Forschungen 26) 576 S. 2024:5 (Wallstein Vlg., GW) <716-1764>
ISBN 978-3-8353-5566-8 hard ¥16,394.- (税込) EUR 69.00

Verraeter, Opfer, Intriganten? Matthias Winkler vermisst die facettenreiche Geschichte des politischen Exils am Beispiel franzoesischer Revolutionsemigranten neu Als nach dem Sturm auf die Bastille im Juli 1789 eine Fluchtbewegung aus Frankreich einsetzte, die innerhalb weniger Jahre auf rund 150.000 Personen anwuchs, rechneten jene Emigranten mit einem raschen Kollaps der Revolution und ihrer baldigen Rueckkehr. Die politische Radikalisierung in Frankreich und die erfolglose militaerische Bekaempfung der Revolution von aussen zwangen sie stattdessen, sich auf ein laengerfristiges Exil einzustellen. Viele dieser Gegner der Revolution gelangten in die Laender der Habsburgermonarchie, wo sie teils jahre- und jahrzehntelang Zuflucht fanden. Matthias Winkler untersucht in seiner akteurszentrierten Studie die komplexen Beziehungsgeflechte zwischen den Revolutionsemigranten und der sie aufnehmenden Gesellschaft. Auf breiter Quellenbasis durchmisst er die Handlungsfelder der Emigranten und schildert, wie diese sich unter oft prekaeren Bedingungen zu behaupten verstanden. Durch konsequente Perspektivwechsel hinterfragt er tradierte Klischees zur Revolutionsemigration und gelangt zu einer chronologisch, raeumlich und sozial differenzierten Bewertung einer der ersten grossen politischen Migrationsbewegungen der Neuzeit.

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Wong, Lily / Patterson, Christopher B. / Lin, Chien-ting (eds.), Transpacific, Undisciplined. 264 pp. 2024:7 (U. Washington Pr., US) <716-1766>
ISBN 978-0-295-75274-7 hard ¥23,215.- (税込) US$ 105.00
ISBN 978-0-295-75275-4 paper ¥6,633.- (税込) US$ 30.00

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Yang, Lawrence H. / Eger, Maureen A. / Link, B. G. (eds.), Migration Stigma: Understanding Prejudice, Discrimination, and Exclusion. (Struengmann Forum Reports) 276 pp. 2024:3 (MIT Pr., US) <716-1767>
ISBN 978-0-262-54812-0 paper ¥15,477.- (税込) US$ 70.00 *

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Ceylan, Rauf / Muecke, Marvin (eds.), Muslims in Europe: Historical developments, present issues, and future challenges. (Islam in der Gesellschaft) 330 pp. 2024:2 (Springer VS, GW) <716-1570>
ISBN 978-3-658-43043-6 paper ¥23,756.- (税込) EUR 99.99

Since the migration movements from Islamic countries, a Muslim diaspora has developed in many Western societies. While in classical Islamic theology residence in non-Muslim countries has always been a controversial issue, in the course of globalization and internationalization processes the classical distinction between "Islamic world" and "non-Islamic world" has been put into perspective. Now nearly 30 million Muslims live in Europe. The book offers an overview over Muslim communities in Europe, their history, present issues, and future challenges.

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Garcia, Frank, Clicas: Gender, Sexuality, and Struggle in Latina/o/x Gang Literature and Film. (Latinx: The Future Is Now) 256 pp. 2024:8 (U. Texas Pr., US) <716-1607>
ISBN 978-1-4773-2942-9 hard ¥23,215.- (税込) US$ 105.00
ISBN 978-1-4773-2943-6 paper ¥7,726.- (税込) US$ 34.95

How Latina/o/x gang literature and film represent women and gay gang members' challenges to gendered, sexual, racial, and class oppression.Clicas examines Latina/o/x literature and film by and/or about gay and women gang members. Through close readings of literature and film, Frank Garcia reimagines the typical narratives describing gang membership and culture, amplifying and complicating critical gang studies in the social sciences and humanities and looking at gangs across racial, ethnic, and national identities. Analyzing how the autobiographical poetry of Ana Castillo presents gang fashion, culture, and violence to the outside world, the effects of women performing female masculinity in the novel Locas, and gay gang members' experiences of community in the documentary Homeboy, Garcia complicates the dialogue regarding hypermasculine gang cultures. He shows how they are accessible not only to straight men but also to women and gay men who can appropriate them in complicated ways, which can be harming and also, at times, emancipating. Reading gang members as (de)colonial agents who contest the power relations, inequalities, oppressions, and hierarchies of the United States, Clicas considers how women and gay gang members resist materially and psychologically within a milieu shaped by the intersection of race, gender, sexuality, and class.

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Gleissner, Philip / Gorski, Bradley A. (eds.), Red Migrations: Transnational Mobility and Leftist Culture after 1917. 432 pp. 2024:9 (U. Toronto Pr., CN) <716-1612>
ISBN 978-1-4875-4388-4 hard ¥16,582.- (税込) US$ 75.00

Together with a new political, social, and cultural order, the Bolshevik Revolution also brought about a spatial revolution. Changed patterns, motivations, and impacts of migration collided with new cultural forms and aesthetic mandates. Red Migrations highlights the various multidirectional and multilateral transnational movements of leftist thinkers, artists, and writers. The book draws on avant-garde poets such as David Burliuk, Marxist theoreticians such as Janos Macza, and "fellow travellers" such as Langston Hughes, revealing how leftists of all stripes were inspired and at times impelled by the Soviet Revolution to cross borders. It explores how the resulting circulation of ideas, aesthetic forms, and individuals not only contributed enormously to the ferment of creative activity in the early Soviet years, but also deeply informed international leftist aesthetics and political practice throughout the twentieth century. The robust and diverse transnational networks created by these circulations are at the centre of this volume. With original archival research and insightful analyses, Red Migrations sheds light on the ideals, aspirations, and disappointments of leftist transnationalism from the 1920s through the 1960s and the aesthetic forms they engendered.

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Anderson, Sigrid, Land of Sunshine: Race, Gender, and Regional Development in a California Periodical. 206 pp. 2024:7 (U. Nebraska Pr., US) <716-1661>
ISBN 978-1-4962-2198-8 hard ¥13,266.- (税込) US$ 60.00

Although denied the right to vote, late nineteenth-century women writers engaged in debates over land settlement and expansion through literary texts in regional periodicals. In "Land of Sunshine": Race, Gender, and Regional Development in a California Periodical, Sigrid Anderson uncovers the political fictions of writers Charlotte Perkins Gilman, Mary Austin, Constance Goddard DuBois, Beatriz Bellido de Luna, and Edith Eaton (Sui Sin Far), all of whom were contributors to the Southern California periodical Land of Sunshine. In this magazine, which generally touted the superiority of the West and its white settlers, women authors undercut triumphalist narratives of racial superiority and rapid development by focusing on the stories of hardship experienced by the marginalized communities displaced by white expansion. By telling stories from the points of view of marginalized peoples who had been disempowered in the political sphere and shaping those stories to offer solutions to land settlement questions, these women writers used literature to make a political point. "Land of Sunshine" unpacks the competing visions of Southern California embedded in this periodical while revealing the essential role of magazines in place-making.

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Allen, Roberta Reb, Once We Were Strangers: A German Immigrant Family in the Nineteenth-Century Midwest. 352 pp. 2024:3 (U. Pr. Kansas, US) <716-1711>
ISBN 978-0-7006-3627-3 hard ¥19,899.- (税込) US$ 90.00
ISBN 978-0-7006-3628-0 paper ¥6,620.- (税込) US$ 29.95 *

Little attention has been paid to the settlement of Germans in Kansas, and Roberta Reb Allen's Once We Were Strangers helps to fill that void. It is both the saga of an immigrant family told within the larger social, political, and economic context of the day and a scholarly exploration of the settlement patterns and the diverse choices made by German pioneers. Starting in the small village of Ebhausen in the Black Forest of the Kingdom of WUErttemberg in what is now Germany, Allen follows the fortunes of the Lodholzes who journeyed across the Atlantic and eventually settled on the plains of the Kansas Territory in Marshall County.Based on nearly 200 family letters and documents translated from Old German, Once We Were Strangers chronicles, through the pens of ordinary people, the conditions in WUErttemberg which led to emigration and the sweep of American history from the 1850s to the nominal end of the frontier in 1890. In addition, Once We Were Strangers provides the unusual opportunity to follow a German immigrant family for an extended period, almost from cradle to grave. Using remarkably rare documentary evidence, Allen explores the largely untold story of German assimilation, uncovering the pressures the Lodholzes faced and how they responded to the antebellum Midwest.This family's story is full of hardship, endurance, joys, and sorrows, and is interwoven with the history of westward expansion, German migration, and Kansas, with a particular emphasis on German settlement patterns prior to the Civil War.

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Chilcote, Olivia M., Unrecognized in California: Federal Acknowledgment and the San Luis Rey Band of Mission Indians. (Indigenous Confluences) 216 pp. 2024:5 (U. Washington Pr., US) <716-1717>
ISBN 978-0-295-75283-9 hard ¥23,215.- (税込) US$ 105.00
ISBN 978-0-295-75284-6 paper ¥6,633.- (税込) US$ 30.00

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Clay, Kevin L / Henry, Kevin Lawrence, Jr. (eds.), The Promise of Youth Anti-Citizenship: Race and Revolt in Education. 248 pp. 2024:5 (U. Minnesota Pr., US) <716-1718>
ISBN 978-1-5179-1246-8 hard ¥24,763.- (税込) US$ 112.00
ISBN 978-1-5179-1247-5 paper ¥6,190.- (税込) US$ 28.00

When inclusion into the fold of citizenship is conditioned by a social group's conceit to ritual violence, humiliation, and exploitation, what can anti-citizenship offer us? The Promise of Youth Anti-citizenship argues that Black youth and youth of color have been cast as anti-citizens, disenfranchised from the social, political, and economic mainstream of American life. Instead of asking youth to conform to a larger societal structure undergirded by racial capitalism and antiblackness, the volume's contributors propose that the collective practice of anti-citizenship opens up a liberatory space for youth to challenge the social order. The chapters cover an array of topics, including Black youth in the charter school experiment in post-Katrina New Orleans; racial capitalism, the queering of ethnicity, and the 1980s Salvadoran migration to South Central Los Angeles; the notion of decolonizing classrooms through Palestinian liberation narratives; and more. Through a range of methodological approaches and conceptual interventions, this collection illuminates how youth negotiate and exercise anti-citizenship as forms of either resistance or refusal in response to coercive patriotism, cultural imperialism, and predatory capitalism. Contributors: Karlyn Adams-Wiggins, Portland State U; Ariana Brazier; Julio Cammarota, U of Arizona; Michael Davis, U of Wisconsin-Madison; Damaris C. Dunn, U of Georgia; Diana Gamez, U of California, Irvine; Rachel F. Gomez, Virginia Commonwealth U; Luma Hasan; Gabriel Rodriguez, Iowa State U; Christopher R. Rogers, U of Pennsylvania; Damien M. Sojoyner, U of California, Irvine.

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Caesar, Thaisa, Ungesehen: Weibliche Migration nach Wolfsburg 1960 bis 1990. (Stadt Zeit Geschichte 9) 200 S. 2024:5 (Wallstein Vlg., GW) <716-1719>
ISBN 978-3-8353-5606-1 hard ¥4,514.- (税込) EUR 19.00

Der Blick auf weibliche Migration eroeffnet am Beispiel Wolfsburgs neue Perspektiven auf die deutsche Migrationsgeschichte und hinterfragt bestehende Narrative Migration ist vielfaeltiger und weiblicher, als oft behauptet wird. Thaisa Caesar untersucht in dieser Studie die Lebensgeschichten von Migrantinnen, die waehrend der 1960er bis 1980er Jahre nach Wolfsburg kamen. Basierend auf neun Oral-History-Interviews mit Frauen aus Argentinien, Bolivien, Griechenland, Italien, Jugoslawien, Polen und Spanien, untersucht sie, wie diese in der niedersaechsischen Industriestadt Fuss fassten. Konkret analysiert sie, auf welchen Wegen diese Frauen den Arbeitsmarkt betraten, welche Bedeutung soziale Kontakte in ihrem Alltag spielten und mit welchen Herausforderungen sie sich konfrontiert sahen. Anhand dieser individuellen Biografien rekonstruiert die Autorin Geschichten von Emanzipation und Empowerment. Ihre Arbeit ist ein Plaedoyer fuer ein Ueberdenken der etablierten Narrative zur deutschen Einwanderungsgeschichte und fuer die verstaerkte Analyse individueller Lebenswege, die fuer ein Verstaendnis der Pluralitaet der bundesdeutschen Migrationsgeschichte unabdingbar sind.

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Bornman, Jonathan, American Murids: A Lived Muslim Practice of Nonviolence. (Interdisciplinary Studies in Diasporas 17) 284 pp. 2023:11 (P. Lang, SZ) <716-172>
ISBN 978-1-63667-144-4 hard ¥25,039.- (税込) SFR 103.00

American Murids is a major new ethnography of an African Sufi Muslim immigrant community in the United States. It is particularly timely given the current contentious discourse concerning Muslims and immigration. By listening to what Murids say about themselves, author Jonathan Bornman gives us the first ever look at how the spiritual and ethical values of Murids in the diaspora influence the ways they interact with other communities in New York City. No other religious group in West Africa has generated more scholarship than the Muridiyya of Senegal. Much of this literature has focused on history, social and political science, economics, migration, and transnationality. This book offers a fresh look by using the lens of nonviolence, revealing the Murid commitment to shared peace. The discovery of a transnational Murid youth movement in New York City, balancing tradition and new expressions of faith, points towards the emergence of an American Muridiyya.

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Dei, George Jerry Sefa, The Black Scholar Travelogue in Academia. (Counterpoints: Studies in Criticality 541) 234 pp. 2023:10 (P. Lang, SZ) <716-1720>
ISBN 978-1-4331-9947-9 paper ¥10,210.- (税込) SFR 42.00

This book draws inspiration from the author's own scholarship on race, anti-Blackness, Indigeneity, and anti-colonial studies to offer the personal travelogue of a Black scholar in academia. The author reflects on how he came to a critical consciousness about critical issues of race, anti-Black racism, and anti-colonial studies in the 1980s. The intersecting theme of Black scholars' responsibility for advancing a path of Blackcentricity wedded in Black and African Indigeneities to address global anti-Black racism and anti-Blackness is an important intellectual pursuit. In the struggle for true liberation, our work for social justice, equity, decolonization, and the anti-colonial end is only possible if we embrace critical solidarity through Indigenous resistance and community building. We must all be part of an on-going struggle; those of us with the privilege of being familiar with history have a responsibility to mentor and be mentored by our young colleagues as a nurturing of the power of knowledge. "How fortunate we are that in The Black Scholar Travelogue in Academia Professor George Jerry Sefa Dei provides a timely, comprehensive guide for practical/critical Black theorizing and counter- hegemonic knowledge production as a weapon of change and social transformation. Unapologetically embedded in his African Indigeneity, drawing on a powerful body of decolonizing scholarship, and deftly posing and courageously answering politically complex questions about race, identity and coloniality, his journey exemplifies the solidarity we need. My students really need this book. It is a tour de force." - Joyce E. King, Benjamin E. Mays Endowed Chair for Urban Teaching, Learning & Leadership, Georgia State University "George J. Sefa Dei is known internationally for his scholarship and activism, in pursuit of social justice and meaningful antiracist education, in a world disfigured by oppression and coloniality. In this landmark publication Dei reflects on his journey through academia; the past battles and continuing struggles that face anyone who is serious about challenging the Global forces of anti-Blackness. A powerful personal reflection on a storied career." - David Gillborn, Editor- in- Chief of the international journal Race Ethnicity and Education "A powerful plea from the heart for a respectful, peaceful, truly decolonised world from Nana, our foremost beloved Indigenous African scholar and sage. There can be no better message of love and hope for our times." - Heidi Safia Mirza, Professor Emerita, University College London, author of Race, Gender, and Educational Desire "Throughout his working life, Prof. Nana George Sefa Dei has engaged in liberatory scholarly praxis that extends beyond the academy and cuts across international frontiers. He has been fierce in challenging Euro-centric hegemonic discourses in education, and at the forefront of epistemic intervention in studies of race, racism, and coloniality/decoloniality. In this pursuit Dr. Dei has generated ideas, texts, and pedagogies as part of his offerings to ensure the creation a future worth living. His work is exemplary. And with it, he has changed the world. In this current work, as Canada's leading anti- colonial and critical race studies scholar, Dei fleshes out the problem of colonial violence in education, scholarship, and in social systems as a whole. At the heart of this work is the author's examination of global anti-Black racism that has held the world in thrall. Dei critiques how this has robbed Black people of life, liberty, and happiness. Yet, influenced by his Akan cultural understandings and concepts of African indigeneity, Prof. Dei offers a vital antidote to this state of affair. This balm not only can heal Black trauma and pain, but also usher in a liberatory future for us all." - Afua Cooper, Killam Research Professor, Dalhousie University

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Denise, Eric Joy / Louis, Bertin M., Jr. (eds.), Conditionally Accepted: Navigating Higher Education from the Margins. 256 pp. 2024:4 (U. Texas Pr., US) <716-1721>
ISBN 978-1-4773-2488-2 hard ¥23,215.- (税込) US$ 105.00 *
ISBN 978-1-4773-2886-6 paper ¥7,726.- (税込) US$ 34.95 *

A collection of essays that provides advice and strategies for BIPOC scholars on how to survive, thrive, and resist in academic institutions.Conditionally Accepted builds upon an eponymous blog on InsideHigherEd.com, which is now a decade-old national platform for BIPOC academics in the United States. Bringing together perspectives from academics of color on navigating intersecting forms of injustice in the academy, each chapter offers situated knowledge about experiencing-and resisting-marginalization in academia. Contextualized within existing scholarship, these personal narratives speak to institutional betrayals while highlighting agency and sharing stories of surviving on treacherous terrain. Covering topics from professional development to the emptiness of diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts, and redefining what it means to be an academic in our contemporary moment, this edited collection directly confronts issues of systemic exclusion, discrimination, harassment, microaggressions, tokenism, and surveillance. Letting marginalized scholars know they are not alone, Conditionally Accepted offers concrete wisdom for readers seeking to navigate and transform oppressive academic institutions.

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