New in paperback. Hardcover was published in 2017. Provides up-to-date explanation and analyses by leading scholars of contemporary issues in African American philosophy and philosophy of race.
The Oxford Handbook of Philosophy and Race provides-up- to-date explanation and analyses by leading scholars in African American philosophy and philosophy of race. Fifty-one original essays cover major topics from intellectual history to contemporary social controversies in this emerging philosophical subfield that supports demographic inclusion and emphasizes cultural relevance.
Table of Contents
Contributors Editor's Introduction to the volume Section I. Ideas of Race in the History of Modern Philosophy Editor's Introduction to Section I. Chapter 1. John Locke, Racism, Slavery, and Indian Lands William Uzgalis Chapter 2. David Hume on Race Aaron Garrett and Silvia Sebastiani Chapter 3. Kantian Racism and Kantian Teleology Bernard Boxill Chapter 4. Nietzsche as a Philosopher of Racialized Breeding Robert Bernasconi Chapter 5. Philosophy and the Racial Contract Charles W. Mills Section II. Pluralistic Ideas of Race Editor's Introduction to Section II. Chapter 6. "Race" in 18th and 19th Century Discourse by Africans in the Diaspora Albert G. Mosely Chapter 7. Indigeneity and US Settler Colonialism Kyle Powys Whyte Chapter 8. A Critical Transnational Perspective to Asian America Yen le Espiritu Chapter 9. Rights and Identity in Latin American Philosophy Susana Nuccetelli Chapter 10. Looking for Alain Locke Leonard Harris Section III. Metaphysics and Philosophy of Science Editor's Introduction to Section IIII. Chapter 11. Race, Definition, and Science Albert Atkin Chapter 12. Minimalist Biological race Michael O. Hardimon Chapter 13. Biological Anthropology, Population Genetics, and Race John H. Relethford Chapter 14. A Metatheory of Race Josh Glasgow Chapter 15. Race and Ethnicity Jorge J.E. Gracia IV. American Philosophy and Ideas of Race Editor's Introduction to Section IV. Chapter 16. Between Reconstruction and Elimination: Alain Locke's Philosophy of Race Jacoby Adeshei Carter Chapter 17. Du Bois, Appiah, and Outlaw on Racial Identity Chike Jeffers Chapter 18. Cornel West, American Pragmatism, and the Post-Obama Racial/Social Dynamics Clarence Shole Johnson Chapter 19. Insurrectionist Ethics and Racism Lee A. McBride III Chapter 20. History of African American Political Thought and Anti-Racist Critical Theory Robert Gooding-Williams V. Continental Philosophy and Race Editor's Introduction to Section V. Chapter 21 Hegel, History, and Race Rocio Zambrana Chapter 22. Exploring the Matter of Race: A Materialist Philosophical Inquiry Stephen C. Ferguson, II Chapter 23. Race and Existentialism: The Dialectic from Mailer's "The White Negro" to Memmi's Racism Jonathan Judaken Chapter 24. From Scientific Racism to Neoliberal Biopolitics: A Use of Foucault's Toolkit Ladelle McWhorter Chapter 25. Phenomenology and Race Lewis Gordon VI. Racism and Neo-Racisms Editor's Introduction to Section VI. Chapter 26. The Quartet in the Political Persona of Ida B. Wells Joy James Chapter 27. To Be Black Excess and Non-Recyclable Janine Jones Chapter 28. White Privilege Shannon Sullivan Chapter 29. Racialization of Muslim in the Post-9/11 United States Falguni Sheth Chapter 30. State Racism, State Violence, and Vulnerable Solidarity Myisha Cherry VII. Social Construction and Racial Identities Editor's Introduction to Section VII. Chapter 31. Black American Social Identity and Its Blackness Lionel K. McPherson Chapter 32. How Mixed Race Is Not Constructed Naomi Zack Chapter 33. Racial Identity, Racial Ontology, and Racial Norms Ron Mallon Chapter 34. Is it Moral to Hold a Racial Identity?: A Cosmopolitan Response Jason D. Hill Chapter 35. Effortful Agon: Learning to Think and Feel Differently about Race Jacqueline Scott VIII. Contemporary Social Issues: Education, Health, Medicine, and Sports Editor's Introduction to Section VIII. Chapter 36. Racial Profiling and the Political Philosophy of Race Annabelle Lever Chapter 37. Race and K-12 Education Lawrence Blum Chapter 38. Race in the Biomedical Sciences Michael Root Chapter 39. Race, Health Disparities, Incarceration, and Structural Inequality Laurie Shrage Chapter 40. Intelligence, Race, and Psychological Testing Mark Alfano, LaTasha Holden, and Andrew Conway Chapter 41. 'Race' to the Finish Line: African Americans, Sports, and the Color Line John H. McClendon III IX. Public Policy, Political Philosophy, and Law Editor's Introduction to Section IX. Chapter 42. Reparations for Slavery and Jim Crow, Its Assumptions and Implications David Lyons Chapter 43. Race, Rectification, and Apology Rodney C. Roberts Chapter 44. The Concept of Race and Equal Protection Law Tina Botts Chapter 45. Affirmative Action for the Future James P. Sterba Chapter 46. Ideal, Nonideal, and Empirical Theories of Social Justice Naomi Zack X. Feminism, Gender, and Race Editor's Introduction to Section X. Chapter 47. Ethnological Theories of Race/Sex in 19th Century Black Thought Tommy J. Curry Chapter 48. Jefferson's Paradox, or A Very Brief History of Black Women's Sexuality, Hip Hop, and American Culture T. Denean Sharpley-Whiting Chapter 49. The Violent Weight of Whiteness: Existential and Psychic Price Paid by Black Male Bodies George Yancy Chapter 50. Gender Theory in Philosophy of Race Naomi Zack Chapter 51. The Sting of Shame: Ridicule, Rape, and Social Bonds Cynthia Willett Index