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  • Author(s) Adrienne Brown / Valerie Smith
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  • Published12th November 2015
  • PublisherOxford University Press USA
  • ISBN9780199977260
Race and Real Estate brings together new work by architects, sociologists, legal scholars, and literary critics that qualifies and complicates traditional narratives of race, property, and citizenship in the United States. Rather than simply rehearsing the standard account of how blacks were historically excluded from homeownership, the authors of these essays explore how the raced history of property affects understandings of home and citizenship. While
the narrative of race and real estate in America has usually been relayed in terms of institutional subjugation, dispossession, and forced segregation, the essays collected in this volume acknowledge the
validity of these histories while presenting new perspectives on this story.

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  • Author(s) Adrienne Brown / Valerie Smith
  • Edition
  • Published12th November 2015
  • PublisherOxford University Press USA
  • ISBN9780199977260
Race and Real Estate brings together new work by architects, sociologists, legal scholars, and literary critics that qualifies and complicates traditional narratives of race, property, and citizenship in the United States. Rather than simply rehearsing the standard account of how blacks were historically excluded from homeownership, the authors of these essays explore how the raced history of property affects understandings of home and citizenship. While
the narrative of race and real estate in America has usually been relayed in terms of institutional subjugation, dispossession, and forced segregation, the essays collected in this volume acknowledge the
validity of these histories while presenting new perspectives on this story.
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