Caribbean Ethnicity and Activism in Urban France
First Edition • August 1, 2004 • 176 pages
Print ISBN: 9780813342542 • $36.00 USD • $52.50 CAN
Ebook ISBN: 9780786729951 • $22.99 USD • $26.99 CAN
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David Beriss is assistant professor of Anthropology at the University of New Orleans. He has worked as an applied anthropologist in association with the US Senate, the Bureau of Indian Affairs, and the National Coalition for the Homeless.
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This will be a wonderful addition to the corpus of ethnographic work on race, contemporary Europe, on urban anthropology, and on ethnicity and nation-building currently available for us in undergraduate courses…I would absolutely consider assigning Black Skins, French Voices in many of my courses.
— Susan Hyatt, Temple University
Black Skins, French Voices [is a] richly nuanced and informative analysis of France at the beginning of the twenty-first century. [It’s] central conclusion, that there are many different ways of conceptualizing what it means to be French, not only offers important insights into the postcolonial condition, but is also useful for historians to consider in their own research into French identity.
— H-France Review
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