Red and Yellow, Black and Brown: Decentering Whiteness in Mixed Race Studies

Red and Yellow, Black and Brown: Decentering Whiteness in Mixed Race Studies

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Overview

Red and Yellow, Black and Brown gathers together life stories and analysis by twelve contributors who express and seek to understand the often very different dynamics that exist for mixed race people who are not part white. The chapters focus on the social, psychological, and political situations of mixed race people who have links to two or more peoples of color— Chinese and Mexican, Asian and Black, Native American and African American, South Asian and Filipino, Black and Latino/a and so on. Red and Yellow, Black and Brown addresses questions surrounding the meanings and communication of racial identities in dual or multiple minority situations and the editors highlight the theoretical implications of this fresh approach to racial studies.  
 

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780813587301
Publisher: Rutgers University Press
Publication date: 07/03/2017
Edition description: New Edition
Pages: 278
Sales rank: 473,392
Product dimensions: 5.90(w) x 8.90(h) x 0.70(d)
Age Range: 18 Years

About the Author

JOANNE L. RONDILLA is a program lecturer in Asian Pacific American Studies in the School of Social Transformation at Arizona State University in Tempe. She is the coauthor of several books, including Is Lighter Better? Skin Tone Discrimination among Asian Americans.
 
RUDY P. GUEVARRA JR. is an associate professor of Asian Pacific American Studies in the School of Social Transformation at Arizona State University. He is the author and coeditor of several books, including Becoming Mexipino: Multiethnic Identities and Communities in San Diego (Rutgers University Press).
 
PAUL SPICKARD is a professor of history at the University of California, Santa Barbara. He is the author or editor of several books, including Race in Mind: Critical Essays.
 

Table of Contents

Acknowledgments
 

Chapter 1 Introduction: About Mixed Race, Not About Whiteness

Paul Spickard, Rudy P. Guevarra Jr., Joanne L. Rondilla
 

Part I Identity Journeys

Chapter 2 Rising Sun, Rising Soul: On Mixed Race Asian Identity That Includes Blackness

Velina Hasu Houston

Chapter 3 Blackapina

Janet C. Mendoza Stickmon
 

Part II Multiple Minority Marriage and Parenting

Chapter 4 Intermarriage and the Making of a Multicultural Society in the Baja California Borderlands

Verónica Castillo-Muñoz

Chapter 5 Cross-Racial Minority Intermarriage: Mutual Marginalization and Critique

Jessica Vasquez-Tokos

Chapter 6 Parental Racial Socialization: A Glimpse into the Racial Socialization Process as It Occurs in a Dual-Minority Multiracial Family

Cristina M. Ortiz
 

Part III Mixed Identity and Monoracial Belonging

Chapter 7 Being Mixed Race in the Makah Nation: Redeeming the Existence of African-Native Americans

Ingrid Dineen-Wimberly

Chapter 8 “You’re Not Black or Mexican Enough!” Policing Racial/Ethnic Authenticity among Blaxicans in the US

Rebecca Romo
 

Part IV Asian Connections

Chapter 9 Bumbay in the Bay: The Struggle for Indipino Identity in San Francisco

Maharaj Raju Desai

Chapter 10 Hyper-visibility and Invisibility of Female Haafu Models in Japanese Beauty Culture

Kaori Mori Want

Chapter 11 Checking “Other” Twice: Transnational Dual Minorities

Lily Anne Y. Welty Tamai
 

Part V Reflections

Chapter 12 Neanderthal-Human Hybridity and the Frontier of Critical Mixed Race Studies

Terence Keel

Chapter 13 Epilogue: Expanding the Terrain of Mixed Race Studies: What We Learn from the Study of NonWhite Multiracials

Nitasha Tamar Sharma
 

Bibliography

Notes on Contributors

Index

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