By Balmurli Natrajan,Paul Greenough
Against Stigma contains fifteen essays that construct upon the energies generated in scholarship end result of the landmark 2001 international convention opposed to Racism, Racial Discrimination, Xenophobia, and similar Intolerance at Durban, South Africa. The members, who signify a multiplicity of disciplines and highbrow orientations, explore comparative elements of caste and race together with conundrums of a globalized discourse and nationwide problematics of racism and casteism. The editors’ advent locates this comparative venture round descent-based discrimination in a large context; the editors recommend that globalization itself holds out the promise of extra generalized practices of resistance and emancipation by means of oppressed nationwide minorities. A serious bibliography on race and caste is an advantage to scholars and academics of Human Rights, Race family members, Caste reviews and Politics of Socio-economic Exclusion.
At a time whilst democratic pursuits are sweeping around the globe, opposed to Stigma provides a clean choice of authoritative scholarship and instructive debates targeted on race and caste, of the main powerful and divisive techniques within the histories of humanity, sociology and human governance.
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Against Stigma: Studies in Caste, Race and Justice since Durban (1 Edition) by Balmurli Natrajan,Paul Greenough