"Extraordinary Racial Politics seeks to generate intellectual exchange between ethnic studies and political theory by examining the relationship between quotidian racial experience and periodic mass racial crisis in the United States. It addresses four case studies: The civil rights movement, racial power movements, mass-scale Indian removals, and wartime Japanese internment"--
An introduction into extraordinary racial politics -- Racial re-foundations and the rise of the nation-state -- Racial removal contracts and the nomos of the new world -- Racial states of exception and the decision on enmity -- Racial counter-publics and the power of judgment -- A reaffirmation of extraordinary racial politics
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