Series Editors: Roderick A. Ferguson and Grace Kyungwon Hong
The works in this series show how the institutionalization of difference promotes injustice in post-civil rights society. Theorizing the intersection of race, gender, sexuality, knowledge production, and capitalism, Difference Incorporated examines how the dominant affirmation of minority cultures reinforces structural inequalities and violences.
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Books in this Series
Humanitarian Violence The U.S. Deployment of Diversity Exploring the transition from the old imperialism based on race to the new imperialism based on diversity
Troubling the Family The Promise of Personhood and the Rise of Multiracialism Discovers the roots of multiracialism in the feminist movement
Represent and Destroy Rationalizing Violence in the New Racial Capitalism A stinging critique of the link between global capitalism and U.S. multiculturalisms
European Others Queering Ethnicity in Postnational Europe Considers the complications of race, religion, sexuality, and gender in Europeanizing from below
Life Support Biocapital and the New History of Outsourced Labor How global capitalism has turned human beings into a new form of biocapital
The Dance That Makes You Vanish Cultural Reconstruction in Post-Genocide Indonesia A powerful analysis of the pervasive use of culture to harness Indonesian dance for state repression
From Orphan to Adoptee U.S. Empire and Genealogies of Korean Adoption Korean adoption as the sine qua non of U.S. neocolonialism in South Korea
The Reorder of Things The University and Its Pedagogies of Minority Difference A critical account of how academia and global capital appropriated the revolutionary fervor of the 1960s and 1970s
Charisma and the Fictions of Black Leadership How a preoccupation with charismatic leadership in African American culture has influenced literature from World War I to the present
Under Bright Lights Gay Manila and the Global Scene Reassessing gay globalization as seen and lived by third world gay men of means
Pregnant on Arrival Making the Illegal Immigrant The case of Ireland reveals how the implications of pregnancy and sexuality figure in the determination of immigrants’ legal status
Farm Worker Futurism Speculative Technologies of Resistance How one of America’s key social movements led the way in using new media for justice
Death beyond Disavowal The Impossible Politics of Difference Women of color feminism should have a voice in all discussions of contemporary neoliberalism
The Value of Homelessness Managing Surplus Life in the United States How social welfare and social science came to reinforce, not combat, racialized housing insecurity
Material as opposed to what? Three recent ethnographies of welfare, biological labor, and human dignity Jan 20, 2017 Somatosphere reviews LAST PROJECT STANDING and LIFE SUPPORT.
Interventioneers: Humanitarian, Military, and Otherwise Jun 23, 2015 HUMANITARIAN VIOLENCE by Neda Atanasoski in SCTIW Review.
Academic freedom with violence. Feb 15, 2014 Authors Roderick A. Ferguson and Jodi Melamed respond to threats to academic freedom.
The Chronicle: Aid that does not help Jul 01, 2013 Neda Atanasoski, author of HUMANITARIAN VIOLENCE, and Randall Williams, author of THE DIVIDED WORLD, interviewed as part of this piece on humanitarian projects in the U.S.
Roderick Ferguson on academia and minority inclusion Jan 30, 2013 The author of THE REORDER OF THINGS talks on Against the Grain.