ERIC Number: ED474542
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 2001
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Color-Line to Borderlands: The Matrix of American Ethnic Studies. American Ethnic and Cultural Studies Series.
Butler, Johnnella E., Ed.
This collection of essays traces the historical development of ethnic studies, its place in U.S. universities and the curriculum, and new directions in contemporary scholarship. Essays include: "Introduction: Color-Line to Borderlands" (Johnnella E. Butler); "Multiculturalism: Battleground or Meeting Ground?" (Ronald Takaki); "Ethnic Studies as a Matrix for the Humanities, the Social Sciences, and the Common Good" (Johnnella E. Butler); "The Problematics of Ethnic Studies" (Manning Marable); "The Influence of African American History on U.S. History Survey Textbooks Since the 1970s" (John. C. Walter); "Ethnic Studies in U.S. Higher Education: The State of the Discipline" (Evelyn Hu-DeHart); "From Ideology to Institution: The Evolution of Africana Studies" (Rhett S. Jones); "The Dialectics of Ethnicity in America: A View from American Indian Studies" (Elizabeth Cook-Lynn and Craig Howe); "Whither the Asian American Subject?" (Lane Ryo Hirabayashi and Marilyn Caballero Alquizola); "Thirty Years of Chicano and Chicana Studies" (Lauro H. Flores); "Asian American Studies and Asian Studies: Boundaries and Borderlands of Ethnic Studies and Area Studies" (Shirley Hune); "Reimagining Borders: A Hemispheric Approach to Latin American and U.S. Latino and Latina Studies" (Edna Acosta-Belen); "Bridges to the Twenty-First Century: Making Cultural Studies--and Making it Work" (Judith Newton); and "Heavy Traffic at the Intersections: Ethnic, American, Women's, Queer, and Cultural Studies" (T.V. Reed). (Includes an index and references for each chapter.) (SM)
Descriptors: American Indian Studies, Asian Americans, Asian Studies, Black History, Black Studies, Cultural Awareness, Ethnic Studies, Higher Education, Hispanic Americans, History Instruction, Homosexuality, Humanities, Multicultural Education, Social Sciences, Textbook Content, Womens Studies
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Publication Type: Books; Collected Works - General
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Sponsor: Ford Foundation, New York, NY.
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