The author′s approach is thoroughly interdisciplinary, combining perspectives from political theory and philosophy, historical sociology and anthropology, and cultural, postcolonial and African American studies.
Introduction: The State of Race Theory.
1. States of Racial Distinction.
2. The Time of Racial States.
3. The State of Liberalism s Limits.
4. Racial Rule.
5. Racial States.
6. Legislating Race.
7. States of Whiteness.
8. Raceless States.
9. Conclusion: Stating the Difference.