Comparative and Theoretical Approaches
This authoritative and innovative reader collects twenty-seven
articles that are essential for a thorough, comparative and
theoretically-informed approach to the study of race and ethnicity.
Collects together 27 of the most important classic and
contemporary readings on race and ethnicity.
- The contributors provide an international focus, and are all
recognized leaders in their field.
- Includes an analytical preface by the editors.
- Provides coverage of current trends, theoretical perspectives,
and policy issues.
- Topics include ethnic conflict, migration, citizenship,
identity, genocide, transnationalism, and ethnic justice.