New PDF release: Digesting Race, Class, and Gender: Sugar as a Metaphor

By I. Ken

ISBN-10: 023060093X

ISBN-13: 9780230600935

How are the ways in which race organizes our lives concerning the methods gender and sophistication manage our lives? How may possibly those organizing mechanisms clash or interact? In Digesting Race, classification, and Gender, Ivy Ken likens race, category, and gender to meals - meals which are produced in fields, combined jointly in bowls, and digested in our social and institutional our bodies. within the box, one foodstuff may well contaminate one other via cross-pollination. within the blending bowl, each one foodstuff s unique molecular constitution alterations within the presence of others. And inside a meal, the presence of 1 foodstuff may well hamper or facilitate the digestion of one other. At every one of those websites, the "foods" of race, category, and gender are interested in dynamic relationships with one another that experience implications for the form - or the style - of our social order.

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