Doing Race: 21 Essays for the 21st Century

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TitleDoing Race: 21 Essays for the 21st Century
Publication TypeBook
Year of Publication2010
AuthorsMarkus HRose, Moya PML, Naimark NM, Rodrigue A, C. Snipp M, Steele CM
Series EditorBeinin J, Bobo LD, Thompson V, Camarillo AM, Chang GH, Darling-Hammond L, Eberhardt JL, Elam, Jr. HJ, Elam M, Feldman MW, Fredrickson GM, Fryberg SA, Watts A, Iyengar S, Koenig BA, McDermott M, Morgan M, Fischer D-E
Number of Pages590
PublisherW.W. Norton & Company
CityNew York & London
ISBN Number978-0-393-93070-2
KeywordsDoing Race, Markus, Moya

Doing Race is the collective essay works of numerous researchers whose particular findings about race at the levels of institutions, ideas, interactions and the self  all contribute to challenge claims of studying race and ethnicity as being "unnecessary in a post-race world". The essays also challenge beliefs about the human genome related to race that still persist today, as well as how central understanding race and ethnicity is to understanding individual and collective behavior throughout the U.S. and the world.