Racism Eh?: A Critical Inter-Disciplinary Anthology of Race and Racism in CanadaBooks
Racism, Eh? Is the first publication that examines racism within the broad Canadian context. This anthology brings together many of the visionaries seeking to illustrate the topics of race and racism in Canada. Through their analyses of historical and contemporary issues, race and racism are addressed as both physical and psychological phenomena. Inter-disciplinary in nature, this book is ideal for undergraduate and graduate students, as well as academics who are studying or practicing within Humanities and the Social Sciences. Anyone searching for information on what has been a little-explored and poorly-understood Canadian issue will find Racism, Eh? an invaluable resource.
The most powerful aspect of this Anthology, and the one which therefore generated an immense pleasure, was the complexity of Black Canadian experience. There is a huge absence in Canadian anti-racist writing with respect to Black people, and this anthology begins to address this lack in a serious manner.
-Bonita Lawrence, Associate Professor, Department of Equity Studies, York University, Toronto
The reader will gain enormously from the experience and topics included in this Anthology.
-Donald F. Andrus, Professor Emeritus of Art History, Concordia University, Montreal
Cite this book: Camille A. Nelson and Charmaine A. Nelson, eds., Racism, Eh?: A Critical Inter-disciplinary Anthology of Race and Racism in Canada (Concord, Ontario: Captus Press, 2004)