Sponsored Collection

Atlantic Books for the Holidays

9780889204997_cover

Claiming Space

Racialization in Canadian Cities

edited by Cheryl Teelucksingh

0 ratings
rated!
rated!
0 of 5
comments: 0
reviews: 0
tagged:
add a tag
Please login or register to use this feature.

discrimination & race relations, urban
list price: $38.99
edition:Paperback
also available: eBook
category: Social Science
published: 2006
ISBN:9780889204997
Description

Claiming Space: Racialization in Canadian Cities critically examines the various ways in which Canadian cities continue to be racialized despite objective evidence of racial diversity and the dominant ideology of multiculturalism. Contributors consider how spatial conditions in Canadian cities are simultaneously part of, and influenced by, racial domination and racial resistance.

Reflecting on the ways in which race is systematically hidden within the workings of Canadian cities, the book also explores the ways in which racialized people attempt to claim space. These essays cover a diverse range of Canadian urban spaces and various racial groups, as well as the intersection of ethnicity, class, gender, and sexuality. Linking themes include issues related to subjectivity and space; the importance of new space that arises by challenging the dominant ideology of multiculturalism; and the relationship between diasporic identities and claims to space.

close this panel
Editorial Review

''Claiming Space is an edited volume consisting of ten well-written chapters, primarily concerned with racialized spaces and the socio-political power/resistance relations that permeate them. It deals with processes of racialization and several urban manifestations of social inequality (13) from a postmodernist/post-struturalist perspective...and is appropriate for interdisciplinary social science students in upper level undergraduate or graduate courses.''

— Canadian Ethnic Studies, Vol. 40, no. 1, 2008
close this panel

Buy this book at:


About the Author

Cheryl Teelucksingh

Cheryl Teelucksingh is an assistant professor in the Department of Sociology at Ryerson University. Her scholarly activities focus on the area of ethno-racial and immigrant settlement patterns in Toronto, research methods, environmental justice, socio-spatial theory, and urban development. She is also a research associate with the Centre for Social Justice in Toronto.
Author profile page >

Other titles by Cheryl Teelucksingh

User Activity

more >
X
Contacting facebook
Please wait...