Race & Class

Archived since Vol. 50 No. 1

46 issues

“Combines scholarship, insight and sympathy for the hopes and problems of the poor and oppressed people throughout the world. It is an achievement as significant as it is rare.” - Noam Chomsky

Race & Class is a refereed, ISI-ranked publication, the foremost English language journal on racism and imperialism in the world today. For three decades it has established a reputation for the breadth of its analysis, its global outlook and its multidisciplinary approach.

Take a look at the free trial issue, entitled ‘Surveillance and the state in Europe’. This January 2010 issue leads with Tony Bunyan’s analysis of Europe’s shift to a surveillance society.

“One of the few scholarly quarterlies that bridges the gap between the academic and the ghetto.” Guardian

Latest issue

In a landmark article in the October issue, Miriyam Aouragh unpacks the way in which the concept of ‘white privilege’ is taking over as a shortcut in the analysis of racism. Other articles include the diasporic remembrance of a black student uprising in Canada and the tensions around the construction of White Australia at the end of the beginning of the twentieth century.

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“Combines scholarship, insight and sympathy for the hopes and problems of the poor and oppressed people throughout the world. It is an achievement as significant as it is rare.” - Noam Chomsky

Race & Class is a refereed, ISI-ranked publication, the foremost English language journal on racism and imperialism in the world today. For three decades it has established a reputation for the breadth of its analysis, its global outlook and its multidisciplinary approach.

Take a look at the free trial issue, entitled ‘Surveillance and the state in Europe’. This January 2010 issue leads with Tony Bunyan’s analysis of Europe’s shift to a surveillance society.

“One of the few scholarly quarterlies that bridges the gap between the academic and the ghetto.” Guardian

  • First Issue: Vol. 50 No. 1
  • Latest Issue: Vol 61 No. 2
  • Issue Count: 46
  • Published: Quarterly