Department of Ethnic Studies
Working Papers Series
WORKING PAPERS SERIES ON HISTORICAL SYSTEMS, PEOPLES, AND CULTURES
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Department of Ethnic Studies
Bowling Green State University
Bowling Green, OH 43403-0214
|Advisory Board |
Manning Marable, Columbia University
Sam Noumoff, McGill University, Canada
Arif Dirlik, Duke University
Paul Buhle, Brown University
Elmer Ordoñez, Lyceum University, Philippines
Paul Wong, Colorado State University
Bruck Franklin, Rutgers University
E. San Juan, Jr., Director, Philippines Cultural Studies Center
Delia D. Aguilar, Associate, Philippines Cultural Studies Center
The Working Papers Series on Historical Systems, Peoples, and Cultures
Race and Labor Organizations in the United States of America
Frederick Douglass on Slave Art
I am Not a Racist But...”: Mapping White Racial Ideology in the Post-Civil Rights Period
Tyrone A. Forman and José A. Padín
Towards a Multicultural Feminism in South Africa
The Arpilleras Revisited
Women, Children, and Borders
Aime Cesaire: Surrealism and Revolution
E. San Juan, Jr.
Globalization, Labor, and Women
Delia D. Aguilar
Is The Fatherland Really A Motherland?
The Africans: A Triple Heritage
Ali A. Mazrui
Queer Alienage: The Racial and Sexual Logic of the 1952 U.S. Immigration and Nationality Act
Siobhan B. Somerville
Racial Politics, Globalization, and the Urban Underclass: An Interview with William Julius Wilson
Lewis F. and Linda L. Geyser University Professor, Harvard University
Tim Lake and Marilyn Yaquinto
America's Unpaid Debt: Slavery and Racial Justice
Edited by Michael T. Martin and Marilyn Yaquinto
Unfinished Business: Racial Junctures in U.S. History and Their Legacy
David Lyons, Boston University
Racial Exploitation and the Wages of Whiteness
Charles W. Mills, University of Illinois at Chicago
Race for Power: The Global Balance of Power and Reparations
Gerald Horne, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
What Do You Mean By "Cultural Globalization"?
The First Boomer: Bill Clinton, George W., and Fictions of State
Inquiries and requests for printed copies should be addressed to: Working Papers Series on Historical Systems, Peoples, and Cultures, Department of Ethnic Studies, Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, OH 43403-0214; Printed copies are $8.00 each.
*Produced in conjunction with The Institute for the Study of Culture and Society at Bowling Green Sate University.