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Critical Ethnic Studies

Critical Ethnic Studies Association

Critical Ethnic Studies
Editors: Eve Tuck and K. Wayne Yang

Critical Ethnic Studies is a new journal that will explore the guiding question of the Critical Ethnic Studies Association: how do the histories of colonialism and conquest, racial chattel slavery, and white supremacist patriarchies and heteronormativities affect, inspire, and unsettle scholarship and activism in the present? By decentering the nation-state as a unit of inquiry, focusing on scholarship that expands the identity rhetoric of ethnic studies, engaging in productive dialogue with indigenous studies, and making critical studies of gender and sexuality guiding intellectual forces, this journal will appeal to scholars interested in the new methodologies, philosophies, and discoveries of this new intellectual formation. 

Call for Papers
Deadline: March 1, 2017

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    Table of Contents, Volume 1 - Issue 1

    Editors’ Introduction
    On Our Genesis and Future by John D. Márquez and Junaid Rana
    Self-Determination by Joanne Barker
    Party of the Indigenous of the Republic (PIR) Key Concepts by Houria Bouteldja
    Globality by Denise Ferreira da Silva
    Left by Sohail Daulatzai and Junaid Rana
    University by Roderick A. Ferguson
    Neoliberalism by Grace Kyungwon Hong
    Love by Keguro Macharia
    (Critical Ethnic Studies) Intellectual by Nick Mitchell
    Fantasy by Richard T. Rodríguez
    Flirtations at the Foundations: Unsettling Liberal Multiculturalism in Helen Lee’s Prey. Essay by Mishuana Goeman
    Acting Like a White Person Acting Like a Native: Ghostly Performances of Global Indigeneity by Maile Arvin