Weaponized Whiteness by Fran Shor interrogates the meanings and implications of white supremacy and, more specifically, white identity politics from historical and sociological perspectives. By analyzing the constructions and deconstructions of white identity politics throughout U.S. history and up through the present, these collected essays provide insight into the deep roots and resonances of white identity politics and the challenges that have emerged, in particular, since the 1960s.
Friday, October 16
Weaponizing Whiteness: Past Terrors, Present Predicaments
12:00 pm to 1:30 pm
Dr. Fran Shor, Wayne State University
Virtual - Register Online!
Global Studies Center along with Department of Sociology and The World History Center
Free and Open to the Public