I have just published a new article in Ethnic and Racial Studies responding to the excellent edited collection Theories of Race and Ethnicity co-edited by Karim Murji and John Solomos. The article can be downloaded here. Here is the abstract:
Focusing on the chapters by Brett St Louis, Michael Banton, Matthew Hughey, and David Goldberg, I explore the contribution of Murji and Solomos’ volume, Theories of Race and Ethnicity, to ongoing debates on the meaning of the post-racial. I draw on Goldberg’s interactive relationality as a means for thinking about the continued significance of race both for scholarship on its material effects and for developing practices of anti-racism.