Intimate Exclusion: Race and Caste Turned Inside Out
By: Martin Schoenhals (author)Paperback
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Intimate Exclusion presents a novel and fascinating cultural case study that reconsiders perceptions of race and caste, ethnicity, and nationalism. It richly documents the society of the Nuosu, subsistence agriculturalists living in the high mountains of southwest China, and compares Nuosu society to race and caste in the U.S., India, and apartheid South Africa, resulting in a new perspective on the nature and causes of race and racism.
Martin Schoenhals is Associate Professor (tenured) and Chair, Anthropology Department, Dowling College, New York.
Chapter 1 List of Photos and Tables Chapter 2 Preface Chapter 3 Acknowledgments Chapter 4 Introduction Chapter 5 Education and Ethnic Identity Among the Nuosu Chapter 6 Caste and Race in the U.S., India, South Africa and Liangshan Chapter 7 Contemporary Nuosu Caste Chapter 8 Change in Nuosu Caste and Society Chapter 9 Appendix; Bibliography Chapter 10 About the Author Chapter 11 Index
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