The last two decades have not only seen the rapid growth of economic globalization, but also a rise in ethnic conflict and forced migration. With this global social change has come change in the ideas and practice of racism and, as such, the old national focus of anti-racist theory and practice has now become outmoded. This new collection seeks to rethink anti-racism both in light of these social changes and also of new theoretical debates about citizenship, multiculturalism, hybridity, diaspora and social movements.
'The editors of Rethinking Anti-racisms set out to advance new ways of understanding.' - Keith Jacobs, Patterns of Prejudice