Item Details

Charlottesville 2017: The Legacy of Race and Inequity

edited by Louis P. Nelson and Claudrena N. Harold
Format
Book
Published
Charlottesville ; London : University of Virginia Press, [2018]
Language
English
ISBN
0813941903, 9780813941899, 081394189X, 9780813941905, 9780813941912, 0813941911
Contents
  • Introduction: Dialogues on race and inequity at the University of Virginia
  • History, mine, and ours: Charlottesville's Blue Ribbon Commission and terror attacks of August 2017 / John Edwin Mason
  • Original false equivalency / Elizabeth R. Varon
  • "Vae victis!": antisemitism as self-victimization (and what Spinoza knew about it) / Asher D. Biemann
  • In the shadow of the First Amendment / Frederick Schauer
  • Answers and the questions in First Amendment law / Leslie Kendrick
  • Where do we go from here? / Risa Goluboff
  • "This class of persons": when UVA's white supremacist past meets its future / Lisa Woolfork
  • Eugenics at the University of Virginia and its legacy in health disparities / P. Preston Reynolds
  • No ordinary sacrifice: the struggle for racial justice at the University of Virginia in the post-civil rights era / Claudrena N. harold
  • On listening / Bonnie Gordon
  • Ethics under pressure: an autoethnography of moral trauma / Willis Jenkins
  • Dialogue in bad times / Rachel Wahl
  • How I learned that diversity does not equal integration / Gregory B. Fairchild
  • Race, place, and the social responsibilities of UVA in the aftermath of August 11 and 12 / Guian McKee.
Description
xvi, 225 pages : black-and-white illustrations, photographs ; 24 cm
Notes
  • "When hate groups descended on Charlottesville, Virginia, triggering an eruption of racist violence, the tragic conflict reverberated throughout the world. It also had a profound effect oo the University of Virginia's expansive community, many of whose members are involved in teaching issues of racism, public art, free speech, and social ethics. In the wake of this momentous indicent, scholars, educators, and researchers have come together in this important new volume to thoughtfully reflect on the historic events of August 11 and 12, 2017." -- UVa Press Publicity release.
  • Includes bibliographical references and index.
Local Notes
SPECIAL COLLECTIONS: F234 .C47 C53 2018: Original black cloth, with gray backstrip. Gift of the University of Virginia Press, July 2018.
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