Populist configurations of race and gender: the case of Hugh Grant, Divine Brown and Elizabeth Hurley

Neal, Sarah (1999). Populist configurations of race and gender: the case of Hugh Grant, Divine Brown and Elizabeth Hurley. In: Brah, Avtar; Hickman, Mary J. and Mac an Ghaill, Mάirtin eds. Thinking Identities: ethnicity, racism and culture. Explorations in Sociology. British Sociological Association Conference Volume Series (52). Basingstoke, U.K.: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 100–119.

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This book brings together research about a diverse range of groups who are rarely analyzed together: Welsh, Irish, Jewish, Arab, White, African and Indian. The aim of the book is to critique orthodox explanations in the field, drawing upon the best of "old" and "new" theory. Key contemporary questions include: issues about the black-white model of racism; the underplaying of anti-Semitism; the need to examine ethnic majorities, as well as whiteness and the reconfiguration of the United Kingdom.

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