OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS

Is Racial Equality Unconstitutional?

ISBN : 9780190683603

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¥13,211
著者: 
Mark Golub
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240 ページ
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Hardcover
サイズ
156 x 235 mm
刊行日
2018年04月
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For some, the idea of a color-blind constitution signals a commonsense ideal of equality and a new post-racial American era. For others, it supplies a narrow constitutional vision, which serves to disqualify many of the tools needed to combat persistent racial inequality in the United States. Rather than taking a position either for or against color-blindness, Mark Golub takes issue with the blindness/consciousness dichotomy itself. This book demonstrates how color-blind constitutionalism conceals its own race-conscious political commitments in defense of existing racial hierarchy, and renders the pursuit of racial justice as a constitutionally impermissible goal.

目次: 

Preface
Acknowledgements
Part I: The Race-Conscious Logic of Color-Blind Constitutionalism
Chapter 1: Beyond Color-Blindness and Color-Consciousness
Chapter 2: Constitutive Racism, Redemptive Constitutionalism
Part II: Color-Blindness Against the Color-Line
Chapter 3: The Lessons of Plessy
Chapter 4: The Limits of Brown
Part III: Color-Blindness After the Color-Line
Chapter 5: Defending White Rights
Chapter 6: Is Racial Equality Unconstitutional?
Notes
Bibliography
Index

著者について: 

Mark Golub is Associate Professor of Politics and Director of the Legal Studies Program at Scripps College, Claremont, CA. He specializes in critical race theory, constitutional law, and African American political thought. His work focuses on the limits of official anti-racist discourse and the legal construction of racial entitlement.

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