Journal of Critical Race Inquiry

Founded in 2009, the Journal of Critical Race inquiry (CRI) is a copyrighted, peer-reviewed, bi-annual, and open-access electronic journal that uses an interdisciplinary approach to feature current research, thoughtful debate, and innovative inquiry into critical race issues.

We define 'race’ as a social construct that has no biological basis, but see the concept of 'race' as fluid, changing, culturally specific.

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Volume 2, Number 1

 
Welcome to Volume 2, Number 1, where the theme is "The Political Text of Racialized Bodies." We welcome your feedback as well as submissions for the next issue.  
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Vol 2, No 1 (2012)

Table of Contents

Articles

The Political Text of Racialized Bodies PDF
Gurjit Sandhu
Identity Politics: the Mixed-race American Indian Experience PDF
Michelle Montgomery
Creating Inclusive Classrooms Using Postcolonial and Culturally Relevant Literacy PDF
Gurjit Sandhu
The Re-Branding Project: The Genealogy of Creating a Neoliberal Jane and Finch PDF
Suzanne Narain


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ISSN: 1925-3850