This collection seeks to rethink anti-racism both in light of social changes, and also of new theoretical debates about citizenship, multiculturalism, hybridity, diaspora and social movements. As well as chapters on theoretical interventions, Rethinking Anti-Racisms has substantive chapters covering issues such as:
* anti-deportation campaigns
* the Southall Black Sisters
* the contradictory use of ethnicity as a way of tackling racism.
Introduction: Fighting racism, defining the territory (Floya Anthias & Cathie Lloyd) 1.Diasporic hybridity and transcending racisms: problems and potential (Floya Anthias) 2. Some reflections on the questions of citizenship and anti-racism (Nira Yuval-Davis) 3. Anti-racism, social movements and civil society (Cathie Lloyd) 4. Germans into foreigners: how anti-nationalism turns into racism (Nora Rathzel) 5. The Making of a New World Racial Order (Howard Winant and Gay Seidman) 6. Antiracism in France 1898-1962: Modernity and beyond (Jim House) 7. Back to the Future: Avoiding deja vu in resisting racism (Pragna Patel) 8. Anti-Deportation Campaigning in the West Midlands (Gargi Bhattacharyya and John Gabriel) 9. Issues and Dilemmas: 'race' in Higher Education teaching practices (Susi Jacobs with Nadeem Hai)