Immigration and White Supremacy in the 21st Century
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 March 2021) | Viewed by 68331
Interests: education; race; immigration; inequality
With a raging pandemic, a cultural war over masks, the resurgence and spread of the Black Lives Matter movement, and demands for justice across the United States, we have also seen a rise of overt white supremacy, anti-Blackness, and nativism. Where do immigrants fit into this renewed conversation on systemic racism? Immigrants have been victims of historic and contemporary forms of racial discrimination and nativism, which in turn have increased their economic marginalization. At the same time, immigrants are accused of trafficking in anti-Black racism and not supporting mass movements for racial equality. Researchers have not given adequate attention to the connections between immigration and white supremacy. This special issue welcomes articles that incorporate an intersectional (of race, gender, sexuality, class, ability…) approach to the study of immigration and white supremacy, which immigrants are both victims of and accused of reproducing. Sample topics include but are not limited to, social and economic stratification; patterns of settler colonialism, nationalism, Orientalism, and anti-Blackness; inter-racial solidarities; institutions such as education, work and entrepreneurship, politics, criminal justice system, and the law; identity; LGBTQ movements; and refugees/asylees.
Prof. Dr. Pawan H. Dhingra
Prof. Dr. Tanya Golash-Boza
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- white supremacy