FYSM 1506A

Race Matters. Racism and Racialization in the Americas

Course Instructor: 

Beatriz Juárez-Rodríguez

This guide is meant for self service. Please use it together with the Related Subject Guide for Sociology. If at any time during the research process, should you feel the need for research support, then email me. We will arrange a convenient time to get together on Zoom, and other platforms.

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Subject headings

Library of Congress Subject Headings (LCSH) use controlled vocabulary to access and express the subject content of documents. This is a searchable index based on the readings from your course outline . Click on the links below:

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  1. African American culture 
  2. African American Studies 
  3. African American women
  4. African Americans -- History
  5. Antisemitism 
  6. Black feminism 
  7. Black lives matter
  8. Black white relations 
  9. Civil rights movement 
  10. Colonialism 
  11. Cultural diversity 
  12. Dominance 
  13. Du Bois, W. E. B. 
  14. Equality
  15. Ethnic groups
  16. Ethnic relations
  17. Ethnicity
  18. Feminist criticism
  19. Gender 
  20. Group identity
  21. Imperialism 
  22. Internet videos
  23. Intersectionality 
  24. Islamophobia 
  25. Jews 
  26. Mass media images 
  27. Middle class 
  28. Migration 
  29. Minorities
  30. Multicultural education 
  31. Multiculturalism
  32. Muslims 
  33. Oppression 
  34. Privilege
  35. Race relations
  36. Race theory 
  37. Racism
  38. Refugees 
  39. Social classes 
  40. Social justice 
  41. Social status 
  42. Terrorism 
  43. United States -- Race relations
  44. Violence 
  45. White people 
  46. White supremacists 
  47. Whiteness studies 
  48. Women revolutionaries
  49. Xenophobia
Content last reviewed: October 13, 2020