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Authored Book

Ware, Vron (2012). Military Migrants: Fighting for YOUR country. Migration, Diasporas & Citizenship. Basingstoke: Palgrave.

Ware, Vron (2007). Who cares about Britishness? A global view of the national identity debate. London, UK: Arcadia Books.

Ware, Vron and Back, Les (2002). Out of whiteness: color, politics, and culture. Chicago, USA: The University of Chicago Press.

Book Chapter

Ware, Vron (2014). Thin ice: postcoloniality and sexuality in the politics of citizenship and military service. In: Ponsanezi, Sandra ed. Gender, Globalisation and Violence: Postcolonial Conflict Zones. Routledge Advances in Feminist Studies and Intersectionality. Abingdon: Routledge, (In press). file

Ware, Vron (2013). Cheap chickens and ethical eggs: the place of an English village in the world. In: Stacey, Jackie and Wolff, Janet eds. Writing Otherwise: Experiments In Cultural Criticism. Manchester: Manchester University Press. file

Ware, Vron (2013). Muslims and Military Service. In: Alexander, Claire; Redclift, Victoria and Hussain, Ajmal eds. The New Muslims. London: Runnymede Trust, pp. 20–22. file

Ware, Vron (2013). Can you have Muslim soldiers? Diversity as a martial value. In: Kalra, Virinder; Rhodes, James and Kapoor, Nisha eds. The State of Race. Palgrave. file

Ware, Vron (2011). ”Johnny Gurkha loves a party”: the colonial film archive and the racial imaginary of the worker-warrior. In: Grieveson, Lee and MacCabe, Colin eds. Film and the End of Empire. London: British Film Institute/Palgrave, pp. 119–134.

Ware, Vron (2010). The white fear factor. In: Boehmer, Elleke and Morton, Stephen eds. Terror and the Postcolonial. Wiley-Blackwell, pp. 99–112. file

Ware, Vron (2009). The ins and outs of Anglo-Saxonism. In: Perryman, Mark ed. Breaking Up Britain: Four Nations After a Union. London: Lawrence & Wishart. file

Ware, Vron (2009). Qui se préoccupe de l’identité national? In: Agudelo , C.; Boidin, C. and Sansone, L. eds. Autour de “l’Atlantique Noir”: Une polyphnie de perspectives. Paris: IHEAL, pp. 183–189. file

Ware, Vron (2007). The future of feminism: what other way to speak? In: Daileader, Celia R.; Johnson, Rhoda E. and Shabazz, Amilcar eds. Women and Others: Perspectives on Race, Gender and Empire. Signs of Race. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 173–195.

Ware, Vron (2006). Looking for whiteness in the war on terror. In: Petrilli, Susan ed. White Matters: Il Bianco in Questione, Volume 10. Athanor, pp. 99–108. file

Ware, Vron (2005). The power of recall: writing against racial identity. In: Murji, Karim and Solomos, John eds. Racialization: Studies in theory and practice. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press, pp. 123–139. file

Journal Article

Ware, Vron (2013). ‘A thinning of skin’: writing on and against whiteness. Life Writing, 10(3) pp. 245–260. file

Ware, Vron (2011). The new literary front: public diplomacy and the cultural politics of reading Arabic fiction in translation. New Formations (73) pp. 56–77. file

Ware, Vron and Blaagaard, Bolette B. (2011). Workings of whiteness: interview with Vron Ware. Social Identities, 17(1) pp. 153–161. file

Ware, Vron (2010). Whiteness in the glare of war: soldiers, migrants and citizenship. Ethnicities, 10(3) pp. 313–330. file

Ware, Vron (2010). Lives on the line. Soundings, 45, pp. 147–159. file

Ware, Vron (2009). Why whiteness studies needs to think about warfare. Sociologisk Forskning, 46(3) pp. 55–62. file

Ware, Vron (2008). Towards a sociology of resentment: A debate on class and whiteness. Sociological Research Online, 13(5), article no. 9. file

Ware, Vron (2007). The white fear factor. Wasafiri, 22(2) pp. 51–56. file

Ware, Vron (2006). Info-war and the politics of feminist curiosity: exploring new frameworks for feminist intercultural studies. Cultural Studies, 20(6) pp. 526–551.

Other

Ware, Vron (2009). The production of knowledge on women, gender, and Islamic cultures in the field of cultural diplomacy. The Encyclopedia of Women & Islamic Cultures (on-line edition), BRILL, Leiden, NL. file

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