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Race and the Politics of Knowledge Production

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    Book Overview
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    Chapter 1 Introduction: In Pursuit of Du Bois’s “Second-Sight” through Diasporic Dialogues
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    Chapter 2 Black Women’s Studies in the United States and Brazil: The Transnational Politics of Knowledge Production
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    Chapter 3 The Genesis of the Race and Democracy in the Americas Project: The Project and Beyond
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    Chapter 4 Brokering Black Brazil or Fostering Global Citizenship? Global Engagement that Empowers Black Brazilian Communities
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    Chapter 5 Didn’t Your Parents Like You?
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    Chapter 6 A (Black) American Trapped in a (“Nonblack”) Brazilian Body: Reflections on Navigating Multiple Identities in International Fieldwork
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    Chapter 7 Guess Who’s Coming to Research? Reflections on Race, Class, Gender, and Power in Salvador, Bahia, Brazil
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    Chapter 8 But You (Don’t) Look Like an African American: African Diaspora Looking Relations between Brazil and the United States
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    Chapter 9 Changing Notions of Blackness in Field Research in Salvador, Bahia, Brazil
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    Chapter 10 An African/Nigerian-American Studying Black-White Couples in Los Angeles and Rio de Janeiro
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    Chapter 11 Living the African American Way of Life—Impressions and Disillusions of an Afro-Brazilian Woman in the United States
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    Chapter 12 Increasing Resilience to Face Diversity: Race in Academic and Social Environments from Salvador to Los Angeles
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    Chapter 13 Far Beyond “Fresh Prince of Bel-Air”: Impressions from an Afro-Latina Filmmaker and Activist in Philadelphia
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    Chapter 14 Conclusion: Toward a Future African Diasporic Approach to Research Diaspora
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Chapter title
An African/Nigerian-American Studying Black-White Couples in Los Angeles and Rio de Janeiro
Chapter number 10
Book title
Race and the Politics of Knowledge Production
Published by
Palgrave Macmillan, New York, January 2016
DOI 10.1057/9781137553942_10
Book ISBNs
978-1-349-71664-7, 978-1-137-55394-2
Authors

Chinyere Osuji, Osuji, Chinyere

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