Identities: Global Studies in Power and Culture
Published/Hosted by Taylor and Francis Group.
ISSN (printed): 1070-289X. ISSN (electronic): 1547-3384.
Identities explores the relationship of racial, ethnic and national identities and power hierarchies within national and global arenas. It examines the collective representations of social, political, economic and cultural boundaries as aspects of processes of domination, struggle and resistance, and it probes the unidentified and unarticulated class structures and gender relations that remain integral to both maintaining and challenging subordination. Identities responds to the paradox of our time: the growth of a global economy and transnational movements of populations produce or perpetuate distinctive cultural practices and differentiated identities. The journal illuminates the relationship between culture and power and transports the field of ethnic studies beyond descriptions of cultural diversity. Identities offers participation in a world wide forum on the relationship between cultural representations and structures of power: Provides all manuscripts with constructive critiques from a global community of peer reviewers; Welcomes submissions from scholars investigating racial, ethnic, national, and gender identities within political and economic hierarchies; Publishes groundbreaking work from both established and emerging scholars; Advances ethnographic approaches to cultural studies; Reviews significant books and media that explore the relationships between culture and power.
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