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The Du Bois Review: Social Science Research on Race

Announces Issue 8.1 - FREE ARTICLES

DBR 8.1 cover Du Bois Review - Spring 2011  

Guest Editors:

David T. Takeuchi
,
Univ. of Washington, USA
David R. Williams
Harvard University, USA


Editors:

Lawrence D. Bobo,
Harvard University, USA
Michael C. Dawson, University of Chicago, USA

This peer-reviewed journal is devoted to research and criticism on race in the social sciences. It provides a forum for discussion and increased understanding of race and society from a range of disciplines, including but not limited to economics, political science, sociology, anthropology, law, communications, public policy, psychology, and history. Each issue contains an editorial overview, invited lead essays, original research papers, and review essays covering books, controversies, and research threads.

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Special Issue 

RACIAL INEQUALITY AND HEALTH      

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In his book, The Philadelphia Negro, W. E. B. Du Bois (1899) bemoaned the "peculiar" attitude of indifference that America exhibited toward the human suffering reflected by the poor health of Blacks.  The Spring 2011 issue of the Du Bois Review (8.1) provides a state-of-the-art overview of contemporary racial health disparities research, featuring the work of more than sixty scholars in relevant fields.  

 

Read a feature article on the Harvard School of Public Health website about the study "Racial Disparities in Health: How Much Does Stress Really Matter?" by Michele J. Sternthal, Natalie Slopen, and David R. Williams.  

View these FREE articles!:

 

Race/Ethnicity and U. S. Adult Mortality: Progress, Prospects, and New Analyses

Robert A. Hummer and Juanita J. Chinn

 

"It's a Lot of Work": Racialization Processes, Ethnic Identity Formations, and Their Health Implications

Edna A. Viruell-Fuentes

 

Incarceration and the Health of the African American Community

Jason Schnittker, Michael Massoglia, and Christopher Uggen

 

 Toothless: The Methamphetamine "Epidemic," "Meth Mouth," and the Racial Construction of Drug Scares

Naomi Murakawa



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Fall 2011

Issue 8.2 will feature a previously unpublished essay by W. E. B. Du Bois entitled "The Social Significance of Booker T. Washington", as well as a symposium on W. E. B. Du Bois as a Political Philosopher, reviews of William Julius Wilson's book More Than Just Race and other works on affirmative action and residential integration.


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