'There Ain't no Black in the Union Jack': The Cultural Politics of Race and Nation (Black Literature and Culture)

'There Ain't no Black in the Union Jack': The Cultural Politics of Race and Nation (Black Literature and Culture)

Paul Gilroy


Gilroy demonstrates the big complexity of racial politics in England this day. Exploring the relationships between race, type, and kingdom as they've got advanced over the last two decades, he highlights racist attitudes that go beyond the left-right political divide. He demanding situations present sociological ways to racism in addition to the ethnocentric bias of British cultural studies.

"Gilroy demonstrates successfully that cultural traditions usually are not static, yet strengthen, develop and certainly mutate, as they impact and are motivated through the opposite altering traditions round them."—David Edgar, Listener evaluation of Books.

"A interesting research of the discourses that experience followed black cost in Britain. . . . a massive addition to the inventory of serious works on race and culture."—David Okuefuna, Chicago Tribune

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