Introduction to Special Section: “Mobilizing Race: Borders, Translations, Movements”

  • Introduction to Special Section
  • DANIEL RENFREW, GENESIS M. SNYDER
  • City & Society, December 2016, Wiley
  • DOI: 10.1111/ciso.12092

How race categories are understood and experienced across the world.

What is it about?

Examines case studies of the complexities of racial categories and lived experiences. Case studies examine: the United States foster care system, interracial love in Southern Africa, race and development in China, race and nationalism in the Ukraine, and a high profile race controversy involving soccer players from Uruguay, France, and England.

Why is it important?

The scope of the case studies illuminate less-understood dimensions of race-based identities and categories from around the world.

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