Category Archives: race

Early View – Lisa Flower’s review of J.L. Pierce’s “Racing for Innocence” #sssi #sociology

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Review of Elizabeth Hordge-Freeman’s book “The Color of Love” #sssi #sociology

In his review, Chris Conner describes Elizabeth Hordge-Freeman’s book “The Color of Love” as  “an excellent ethnographic project examining how race is constituted and affects the everyday lives of Afro-Brazilian family members.” By making an important contribution to our understanding of the … Continue reading

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New Books for Review! First come, first served! #sssi

I have received a number of books that I’d like to have reviewed over the coming few months. If you are interested please contact me at dirk.vom_lehn@kcl.ac.uk  both assigned   assigned   assigned  assigned   assigned    assigned   assigned  assigned       assigned If … Continue reading

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