: Hunter (S.) & van der Westhuizen (C.) eds.

R 395.00
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387pp., iilus., paperback, Abingdon & New York, 2022


Contributions include:

"Viral Whiteness: 21st century global colonialities" by Shona Hunter and Christi van der Westhuizen

"The Evolution of Whiteness in Zimbabwe: Any white will do?" by Rory Pilossof

"‘Africa is Not for Sissies’: The race for dominance between white masculinities in South Africa" by Theo Sonnekus

"Paradoxes of racism: Whiteness in Gay Pages magazine" by Lwando Scott

"Curtailing Imagination: Modern African philosophy’s struggle against whiteness" by Bernard Matolino

"Colour-blind Ideologies: The whiteness of liberalism and socialism" by Mandisi Majavu

"Assisted Reproduction and Assisted Whiteness" by Amrita Pande

"Integrity, Self-respect, and White Privilege" by  Samantha Vice.

Shona Hunter is Reader in the Centre for Race Education and Decoloniality, Leeds Beckett University, UK. She is the author of Power, Politics and the Emotions: Impossible governance (2015).

Christi van der Westhuizen is Associate Professor at the Centre for the Advancement of Non-Racialism and Democracy, Nelson Mandela University. She is the author of White Power & the Rise and Fall of the National Party (2007) and Sitting Pretty: White Afrikaans women in postapartheid South Africa (2017).