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List of Contributors Steve Garner is a Senior Lecturer in Sociology at University of the West of England, Bristol. He is the author of Racism in the Irish Experience (2003) and two forthcoming monographs Whiteness: An Introduction and Guyana, 1838-1985: Ethnicity, Class and Gender. He has also published articles on racism, immigration, and white identities in Sociology, Patterns of Prejudice, and Atlantic Studies, among others. David G. Gutiérrez is Professor of History at the University of California, San Diego, where he has taught since 1990. He is author of Walls and Mirrors: Mexican Americans, Mexican Immigrants, and the Politics of Ethnicity (1995) and editor of The Columbia History of Latinos in the United States since 1960 (2004). He is currently co-editing (with Pierrette Hondagneu -Sotelo) a special issue of the American Quarterly on migration and citizenship and is also working on a booklength synthetic study on the question of citizenship and non-citizenship in twentieth-century US history. Steve Μακπνοτ has worked as a macWnist and truck driver. He has been a human rights activist, union organizer, and lecturer in literature and cultural studies at San Francisco State University. He has written extensively on Critical White Studies and continental philosophy. His book, The Rule of Racialization (2003) is a sustained critique of the structures of racialization in the United States and of white racialized identity. His latest book, Forms in the Abyss: A Philosophical Bridge between Sartre and Derrida (2006), is an investigation into the possibilities of dialogue between incommensurable discourses. Antonia Smith is completing her PhD in the Department of English and Film Studies at the University of Alberta. Her dissertation considers the changing discourse of Scottishness in twentieth-century Canada: how it shapes assumptions about the white Canadian settler subject, how it is used to manage Canada's ethnic diversity, how it contributes to the consolidation of a white, British-based, Canadian national identity, and how it creates an ethnic identity through which white Canadians can distance themselves from the legacies of colonialism. Darcie Vandegrtft's scholarship and teaching focuses on the relationship between economic globalization, social inequalities , and identity, as well as how social actors resist structures of domination. Her work on Costa Rica examines how tourism development creates racial/ethnic, national, and gender hierarchies in employment, business ownerAUTUMN 2OO7 169 LIST OF CONTRIBUTORS ship, political power, and cultural sovereignty. She teaches in the Department for the Study of Culture and Society at Drake University in Des Moines, Iowa. Garrett Ziegler is a PhD candidate in the Department of English and Comparative Literature at Columbia University. His work has appeared or is forthcoming in Victorian Studies, Space and Culture, and the collection Victorian Pirates. He is also the author of more than fifty encyclopedia articles and book reviews . race/ethnicity vol. i/no. i 170 ...


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