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About borderlands Volume 3 Number 2, 2004

 

       Why Whiteness Studies?
       Editor: Damien W. Riggs


EDITORIAL

Damien W. Riggs
‘We Don’t Talk About Race Anymore’: Power, Privilege
and Critical Whiteness Studies

ESSAYS

Fiona Nicoll
‘Are You Calling Me a Racist?’: Teaching
Critical Whiteness Studies in Indigenous Sovereignty

Nado Aveling
Critical Whiteness Studies and the Challenges
of Learning
to be a ‘White Ally’

Jane Haggis
Beyond Race and Whiteness? Reflections on the
New Abolitionists and an Australian Critical Whiteness Studies

Karen Brodkin
Studying Whiteness Shouldn't be Academic

REVIEW ESSAYS

Angela Mitropolous
The micro-physics of theoretical production and border crossings
(Jason Read, The Micro-Politics of Capital (SUNY Press, 2003)

Vicki Karaminas
Dispositions (McKenzie Wark, Dispositions, Salt Publishing, 2002)

 

 


 

 

 


INTERVIEW

Mike Hill and Damien W. Riggs
Whiteness Redux


ESSAYS

Aileen Moreton-Robinson
The Possessive Logic of Patriarchal White Sovereignty:
The High Court and the Yorta Yorta Decision

Jan Larbalestier
White Over Black: Discourses of Whiteness in Australian Culture

Rachel Standfield
A 'Remarkably Tolerant Nation’? Constructions of Benign
Whiteness
in Australian Political Discourse

Simeon Moran
White Lives in Focus: Connecting Social Praxis,
Subjectivity and Privilege

Sara Ahmed
Declarations of Whiteness: The Non-Performativity of Anti-Racism

Robyn Westcott
Witnessing Whiteness: Articulating Race and the 'Politics of Style'

Fiona Probyn
Playing Chicken at the Intersection: The White Critic of Whiteness