In “Whiteness as Property,” Cheryl Harris tracks the construction of whiteness in the United States as legalized power, specifically as property. Defining property as the expectation of the right to property, Harris paints whiteness as a legalized sense of...
Who are the “Palestinians”? people of araBic language and culture constitute the majority. They adhere to the religions of Islam and Christianity, and have lived for thousands of years under various rulers of the Ottoman Empire. Other peoples of the Hebrew...
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