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Reimagining Black Difference and Politics in Brazil : From Racial Democracy to Multiculturalism

By: Da Costa, Alexandre Emboaba.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: New York : Palgrave Macmillan, 2014Description: 1 online resource (246 p.).ISBN: 9781137386342.Genre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Reimagining Black Difference and Politics in Brazil : From Racial Democracy to MulticulturalismOnline resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover; Contents; List of Tables; Acknowledgments; Introduction: Black Cultural Politics and Decoloniality without Guarantees; 1 Post-racial Ideology, Emergent Multiculturalisms, and the Contemporary Conjuncture of Racial Politics in Brazil; 2 The Difference Orùnmilá Makes: Ancestralidade and the Past as Project; 3 Afoxé Omó Orùnmilá: History, Culture, and Politics in Movement; 4 Hip-Hop and the Contemporary Politics of Ancestralidade; 5 The Struggle to Decolonize Knowledge and Pedagogy; 6 Contested Inclusions: Education Reforms and the Hyperconsciousness/Negation of Race
7 Educator Experiences with Anti-racist PluriculturalismoConclusion: The Challenges of the Decolonial in Practice; Notes; Bibliography; Index
Summary: <p >This book examines Black Brazilian political struggle in a moment characterized by the intermingling of post-racial ideologies and multicultural policies in the Americas.
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Cover; Contents; List of Tables; Acknowledgments; Introduction: Black Cultural Politics and Decoloniality without Guarantees; 1 Post-racial Ideology, Emergent Multiculturalisms, and the Contemporary Conjuncture of Racial Politics in Brazil; 2 The Difference Orùnmilá Makes: Ancestralidade and the Past as Project; 3 Afoxé Omó Orùnmilá: History, Culture, and Politics in Movement; 4 Hip-Hop and the Contemporary Politics of Ancestralidade; 5 The Struggle to Decolonize Knowledge and Pedagogy; 6 Contested Inclusions: Education Reforms and the Hyperconsciousness/Negation of Race

7 Educator Experiences with Anti-racist PluriculturalismoConclusion: The Challenges of the Decolonial in Practice; Notes; Bibliography; Index

<p >This book examines Black Brazilian political struggle in a moment characterized by the intermingling of post-racial ideologies and multicultural policies in the Americas.

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Alexandre Emboaba Da Costa is assistant Professor of Theoretical, Cultural, and International Studies in Education in the Department of Educational Policy Studies at the University of Alberta, Canada. He received his PhD from the Department of Development Sociology at Cornell University, USA and previously taught courses in Sociology, Cultural Studies, and Global Development Studies at Queen's University, Canada. He also held a Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada post-doctoral fellowship in the Department of Social Justice Education at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education at the University of Toronto. His research interests include racism, racial ideologies, and white supremacy, anti-racist and decolonial politics, the politics of knowledge in education, and global development. He has published in diverse venues including Journal of Historical Sociology, Third World Quarterly, Cultural Studies, Policy Futures in Education, and Critical Sociology.

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