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Title Charlottesville 2017 : the legacy of race and inequity / edited by Louis P. Nelson and Claudrena N. Harold
Imprint Charlottesville ; London : University of Virginia Press, [2018]
©2018
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 人文社會聯圖  F232.A3 C46 2018    AVAILABLE    30610020609954
Descript xvi, 225 pages : illustrations, portraits ; 24 cm
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Note "In this collection of essays, University of Virginia faculty address the violent events of August 2017 in Charlottesville, relating them to the community's history of racial inequality and its outlook going forward. The essays approach the issue from a range of disciplines, from history, African American studies, and law to English, education, medicine, music, and religious studies"-- Provided by publisher
Includes bibliographical references and index
Foreword / by Grace Elizabeth Hale -- Chronology -- Introduction: Dialogues on Race and Inequity at the University of Virginia -- Remembering: Historical Considerations History, Mine and Ours: Charlottesville's Blue Ribbon Commission and the Terror Attacks of August 2017 / John Edwin Mason -- The Original False Equivalency / Elizabeth R. Varon -- "Vae Victis!": Antisemitism as Self-Victimization (and What Spinoza Knew about It) / Asher D. Biemann -- Speaking: Political Perspectives In the Shadow of the First Amendment / Frederick Schauer -- The Answers and the Questions in First Amendment Law / Leslie Kendrick -- Where Do We Go from Here? / Risa Goluboff -- Listening: Critical Engagements / "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 --Responding: Ethical Commitments -- 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 / Shadow of the First Amendment / Frederick Schauer -- The Answers and the Questions in First Amendment Law / Leslie Kendrick -- Where Do We Go from Here? / Risa Goluboff -- Listening: Critical Engagements / "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 --Responding: Ethical Commitments -- 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
Subject Unite the Right Rally (2017 : Charlottesville (Va.))
African Americans -- Civil rights -- Virginia -- History
Riots -- Virginia -- Charlottesville -- 21st century
Charlottesville (Va.) -- Race relations
Albemarle County (Va.) -- Race relations
Racism -- Virginia -- Charlottesville -- History
Alt Author Nelson, Louis P., editor
Harold, Claudrena N., editor
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