7 edition of The Cultivation of Whiteness found in the catalog.
by Duke University Press
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||390|
The Cultivation of Whiteness: Science, Health and Racial Destiny in Australia, and: Invisible Invaders: Smallpox and Other Diseases in Aboriginal Australia, – Patrick Brantlinger (bio) The Cultivation of Whiteness: Science, Health and Racial Destiny in Australia, by Warwick Anderson; pp. xi + Writing on “whiteness qua whiteness,” to borrow from Richard Dyer’s influential book White, can so often veer toward whiteness pro whiteness—whiteness in the interest of whiteness.
A course originally called ‘The Problem of Whiteness’ returns to Arizona State perspective in a book chapter titled “The Souls of White Folk.” while still being complicit in a. First-timer Hale’s impressive examination of the Jim Crow South—an erudite intellectual survey of the sweeping social, historical, and economic trends that shaped white racial identity in opposition to blackness—is obscured by deadly academic jargon. The central myth Hale debunks is that whiteness is an organic, rather than manufactured, racial identity—that it is, somehow, the Author: Grace Elizabeth Hale.
In the book, Painter, a professor of American history at Princeton, chronicles the evolution of the concept of whiteness from ancient Rome -- where, she points out, the slaves were largely white. Whiteness theory is understood as a specific approach in Whiteness Studies, examining how white identity affects a non-exhaustive list of identities in an adult's life. This list includes, but is not limited to: social, political, racial, economic, and cultural identity. Whiteness Theory also looks at how whiteness is centric in culture, creating a blindness to the set of privileges associated.
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The Cultivation of Whiteness is the first comprehensive examination of race as a scientific and medical category in Australia, tracing its development up to the second world war.
Anderson was well placed to write this history, since he was a medical doctor and a historian of science at the University of Melbourne until a recent move to the University of California at San : Joff Lelliott.
""The Cultivation of Whiteness" is an unusual and well-crafted history, a model of method for historical and anthropological studies of medicine and public health."--Judith Farquhar, author of "Appetites: Food and Sex in Post-Socialist China"Cited by: The Cultivation of Whiteness is a beautifully written, extensively researched, and conceptually robust account of what it meant to be white in Australia from the nineteenth to the early twentieth century.”—Elizabeth A.
Povinelli, author of The Empire of Love: Toward a Theory of Intimacy, Genealogy, and CarnalityPrice: $ The Cultivation of Whiteness examines the notions of "whiteness" and racism, and introduces a whole new framework for discussion of the development of medicine and science/5(2).
The Cultivation of Whiteness is an award-winning history of scientific ideas about race and place in Australia from the time of the first European settlement through World War II. Chronicling the Reviews: 1. The Cultivation of Whiteness is an award-winning history of scientific ideas about race and place in Australia from the time of the first European settlement through World War II.
Chronicling the extensive use of biological theories and practices in the construction and “protection” of whiteness, Warwick Anderson describes how a displaced “Britishness” (or whiteness) was defined by Author: Warwick Anderson.
The Oldest Trick In The Racist Book. 2 thoughts on “ The Culture of Whiteness ” Kathi Norman says: May 7, at pm Thank you so much for your powerful posts that always find a bullseye on me. On Sun, May 6, at PM Note To My White Self wrote.
The Cultivation of Whiteness examines the notions of 'whiteness' and racism, and introduces a whole new framework for discussion of the history of medicine and science. As I show in my new book, Under the Cover: The Creation, Production and Reception of a Novel, book publishing is the same as it ever was: it is white-dominated and it’s easier for white Author: Clayton Childress.
In a series of absorbing case studies, he discusses the representations of whiteness in muscle-man action cinema, from Italian 'peplum' movies to the Tarzan and Rambo series; shows the construction of whiteness in photography and cinema in the lighting of white and black faces, and analyses the representation of white women in end-of-empire fictions such as The Jewel in the Crown, and traces Cited by: Whiteness is hard to define, but apparently it involves lots of vegetables, alcohol and the arts – and names like Yoder.
Mon 26 Feb EST. Author: Mona Chalabi. According to Dr Jonathan Metzl, a psychiatrist and sociologist at Vanderbilt University, white supremacy is the key to understanding America’s gun debate.
In his new book, Dying of Whiteness Author: Lois Beckett. The Cultivation of Whiteness by Warwick Anderson,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(15). Book Author Anderson, Warwick Title The Cultivation of Whiteness Edition 2nd Imprint Melbourne University Press, Melbourne, Related Entries Concepts.
Aboriginal Protection (c. - c. ) pp. Assimilation (s - s) pp. In its exploration of the perceived threat to the European race from within the continent and from without, The Cultivation of Whiteness sits beside two other landmark books in Australian history, Anxious Nation by David Walker and Imagined Destinies by Russell McGregor.
"Whiteness" did not just stand for skin colour. The Price of Whiteness documents the uneasy place Jews have held in America's racial culture since the late nineteenth century. The book traces Jews' often tumultuous encounter with race from the s through World War II, when they became vested as part of America's white mainstream and abandoned the practice of describing themselves in racial terms.4/5(1).
Buy The Cultivation Of Whiteness: Science, Health and Racial Destiny in Australia by Anderson, Warwick (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on Author: Warwick Anderson. about this book The Cultivation of Whiteness is an award-winning history of scientific ideas about race and place in Australia from the time of the first European settlement through World War II.
One of 's most anticipated books,"Dying of Whiteness: How the Politics of Racial Resentment is Killing America's Heartland" by Physician Jonathan Metzl reveals how right-wing backlash policies have mortal consequences–even for the white populations they promise to help.
White Fang is a novel by American author Jack London (–) — and the name of the book's eponymous character, a wild serialized in Outing magazine, it was published in The story details White Fang's journey to domestication in Yukon Territory and the Northwest Territories during the s Klondike Gold is a companion novel (and a thematic mirror) to London Author: Jack London.
About Making Whiteness. Making Whiteness is a profoundly important work that explains how and why whiteness came to be such a crucial, embattled–and distorting–component of twentieth-century American identity. In intricately textured detail and with passionately mastered analysis, Grace Elizabeth Hale shows how, when faced with the active citizenship of their ex-slaves after the Civil War.
17 Books On Race Every White Person Needs To Read. By Sadie Trombetta. even growing, in modern America. here are 17 essential books about race all white people should : Sadie Trombetta.My deepest hope is that this book can inspire people to join me on a journey of self-discovery.
No one growing up in our can escape the infusion of racist messages that are part of our country’s foundation. It will take all of us working together for a very long time to dismantle the systems of white supremacy that support current structures.