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February 3, 2014

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Department
Sociology
Course
SOCI 3020
Professor
Amina Mire
Semester
Winter

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February 3, 2014 1 concept per week­ each concept in one paper  Goldberg’s reading­ required text? ­Naturalism and historicism > most important Marxism analysis­ a racialist state functions ASA­ ideologies and aparlogical of the state Slides: Rethinking racialization (2 concepts will be considered: naturalism), david theo . The  racial state p 98­159 Canada a peoples history firm series: taking the west Concepts: Naturalism and Historicism ­ bring examples of historicism aspects of the racial state ­ residential school ­ colonial rules and the discourse of civilizing mission ­ forced assimilation strategies ­ liberal humanitarian watds of invasions (regimes changes) ­ these are all aspects of the historicist aspects of the racial state Racial subjects, racial selves ­ Althusser and ideology of interpellation and subject formation in relation to the  state ­ How racial state interpolates subjects into being? ­ How do people become white, black or others in Canada? ­ How does multiculturalism interpolates subjects into being? (According to Goldberg= Institution, education and the state> mold the subjects into  capitalists) Borrowing from Gramsci ­ Hegemonic interpellation of whiteness ­ Foucault offers useful theory in understanding racialized identities are forged,  interiorized in terms of citizen­subject thereby making identities as a form of self  govern mentality (Goldberg
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