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" First, we argue that racial formation is a process of historically situated projects in which human bodies and social structures are represented and organized. "
Understanding Minority-Serving Institutions - ˹ 111
- 2008 - 349 ˹
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Hollywood Fantasies of Miscegenation: Spectacular Narratives of Gender and ...

Susan Courtney - 2005 - 373 ˹
...of [racial] differences" (White, 2.5, 2,0). Michael Orni and Howard Winant "define racial formation as the sociohistorical process by which racial categories...are created, inhabited, transformed, and destroyed." Racial Formation in the United States from the 19605 to the 19905 (New York: Routledge, 1994)- 551...
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Racial Politics in an Era of Transnational Citizenship: The 1996 "Asian ...

Michael Chang - 2004 - 195 ˹
...that it is embedded within historical and contemporary conflict. They add, "We define racial formation as the sociohistorical process by which racial categories...are created, inhabited, transformed, and destroyed." 51 Racial formation theory's understanding of process and conflict is informed by Gramsci's notion...
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Racial Politics in an Era of Transnational Citizenship: The 1996 "Asian ...

Michael Chang - 2004 - 195 ˹
...that it is embedded within historical and contemporary conflict. They add, "We define racial formation as the sociohistorical process by which racial categories are created, inhabited, transformed, and destroyed."51 Racial formation theory's understanding of process and conflict is informed by Gramsci's...
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Legacies of Lynching: Racial Violence and Memory

Jonathan Markovitz - 2004 - 227 ˹
...meanings constantly being transformed by political struggle."13 Their term "racial formation" addresses "the sociohistorical process by which racial categories are created, inhabited, transformed, and destroyed."14 The notion of racial formation is indebted to Antonio Gramsci's discussion of "common...
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Race and Ethnicity: Across Time, Space, and Discipline

Rodney D. Coates - 2004 - 501 ˹
...changing historical contours of race by treating it not as a universal and static ideology, but as a "sociohistorical process by which racial categories...are created, inhabited, transformed, and destroyed" (1994: 55). They further signal the necessity of situating such formations within the precise historical...
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Remembering the Past in Contemporary African American Fiction

Keith Byerman - 2006 - 240 ˹
...Howard Winant, in the 1994 edition of Racial Formation in the United States, define "racial formation" as "the sociohistorical process by which racial categories...are created, inhabited, transformed, and destroyed" (55). They add that "race is a matter of both social structure and cultural representation" (56); more...
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Sugar, Slavery, and Freedom in Nineteenth-Century Puerto Rico

Luis A. Figueroa - 2006 - 304 ˹
...hegemonic nature of the formulations expressed by each cabildo. Omi and Winant define racial formation as "the sociohistorical process by which racial categories...are created, inhabited, transformed, and destroyed." They see racial formation as intimately linked to the elaboration and evolution of hegemony and hegemonic...
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Sugar, Slavery, and Freedom in Nineteenth-Century Puerto Rico

Luis A. Figueroa - 2005 - 290 ˹
...hegemonic nature of the formulations expressed by each cabildo. Omi and Winant define racial formation as "the sociohistorical process by which racial categories...are created, inhabited, transformed, and destroyed." They see racial formation as intimately linked to the elaboration and evolution of hegemony and hegemonic...
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Traffic and Turning: Islam and English Drama, 1579-1624

Jonathan Burton - 2005 - 319 ˹
...Sixties to the Nineties (New York: Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1986/1999), define "racial formation" as "the sociohistorical process by which racial categories...are created, inhabited, transformed and destroyed" (54). I find this to be an equally useful formulation for early modern studies where ideas of difference...
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Audiotopia: Music, Race, and America

Josh Kun - 2005 - 319 ˹
...propose it as an alternative way of discussing and understanding the concept of race. They define it as "the sociohistorical process by which racial categories...are created, inhabited, transformed, and destroyed" (see Racial Formation in the United States, 55). 32. Hall, "What Is This 'Black' In Popular Culture?"...
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