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Histories of racial capitalism

Author: Destin Jenkins; Justin Leroy
Publisher: New York Columbia University Press [2021]
Series: Columbia studies in the history of U.S. capitalism.
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"The relationship between race and capitalism is one of the most enduring and controversial historical debates. The concept of racial capitalism offers a way out of this impasse. Racial capitalism is not simply a permutation, phase, or stage in the larger history of capitalism-since the beginning of the Atlantic slave trade and the colonization of the Americas, capitalism, in both material and ideological senses,  Read more...
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Histories of racial capitalism
New York : Columbia University Press, [2021]
(DLC) 2020024539
(OCoLC)1156404278
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Destin Jenkins; Justin Leroy
ISBN: 9780231549103 0231549105
OCLC Number: 1157577176
Description: 1 online resource illustrations
Contents: Intro --
Table of Contents --
Foreword, by Angela P. Harris --
Introduction: The Old History of Capitalism, by Destin Jenkins and Justin Leroy --
1. Race, Innovation, and Financial Growth: The Example of Foreclosure, by K-Sue Park --
2. Gendering Racial Capitalism and the Black Heretical Tradition, by Shauna J. Sweeney --
3. The Indebted Among the "Free": Producing Indian Labor through the Layers of Racial Capitalism, by Mishal Khan --
4. Transpacific Migration, Racial Surplus, and Colonial Settlement, by Allan E. S. Lumba 5. The Counterrevolution of Property Along the 32nd Parallel, by Manu Karuka --
6. Racial Capitalism and Black Philosophies of History, by Justin Leroy --
7. Ghosts of the Past: Debt, the New South, and the Propaganda of History, by Destin Jenkins --
8. Dead Labor: On Racial Capital and Fossil Capital, by Ryan Cecil Jobson --
9. "They Speak Our Language . . . Business": Latinx Businesspeople and the Pursuit of Wealth in New York City, by Pedro A. Regalado --
Contributors --
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Index
Series Title: Columbia studies in the history of U.S. capitalism.
Responsibility: edited by Destin Jenkins and Justin Leroy
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This book brings together for the first time distinguished and rising scholars to consider the utility of the concept of racial capitalism across historical settings. By theorizing and testing racial  Read more...

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