Cultural geography: anti-racist geographies

Nash, Catherine
October 2003
Progress in Human Geography;Oct2003, Vol. 27 Issue 5, p637
Academic Journal
Talks about anti-racist geographies within the cultural geography. Need for inter- and multidisciplinary efforts to critically get engaged with race and racism; Anti-essentialist perspectives on race which deconstruct race as a naturalized hierarchy of biologically distinctive human groups; Relationships between international racial equality, initiatives, globalization and economic restructuring.


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