Essays about: "Different modes of Racism"

Found 3 essays containing the words Different modes of Racism.

  1. 1. Will the Marigolds ever grow? : Race in The Bluest Eye and the Pedagogical Potential of CRT

    University essay from Stockholms universitet/Engelska institutionen

    Author : Fadumo Mohamed Ibrahim; [2023]
    Keywords : The Bluest Eye; CRT; Different modes of Racism; Pedagogy; Narrative strategies; Communal Familial ties.;

    Abstract : The novel The Bluest Eye highlights different modes of racism that is relevant to engage with in today’s society. From a pedagogical standpoint, novels of this nature can enable rich and fruitful discussions about the implication of racism and how to counter it. READ MORE

  2. 2. On the Production of the Humanitarian Subject : A Decolonial Exploration of Innocence

    University essay from Linköpings universitet/Avdelningen för migration, etnicitet och samhälle (REMESO)

    Author : Sarah Nefeli Lola Goosens; [2023]
    Keywords : Humanitarianism; Modernity Coloniality; Innocence; Emotions; Autoethnography; Storytelling; Decolonial Research.;

    Abstract : This thesis seeks to explore how humanitarian communication produces subjectivities for individuals. More specifically, it investigates how the innocent modern/colonial humanitarian subject is produced through appeals to emotions. To explore this phenomenon, this thesis develops a decolonial research approach grounded in epistemic disobedience. READ MORE

  3. 3. History, Identity, Trauma and Narratives in Toni Morrison's Beloved in relation to "Black Lives Matter" (BLM)

    University essay from Södertörns högskola/Institutionen för kultur och lärande

    Author : Moayad Bani Younes; [2016]
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    Abstract : This is a study of African-American traumas in Toni Morrison's Beloved in relation to the Black Lives Matter movement (BLM). It attempts to explore those stances in the two modes of narrative that impede the justice and peace for African-Americans within particular historical and social contexts. READ MORE