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Racism and Anti Racism in Ireland

Racism and Anti Racism in Ireland

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Published by Ronit Lentin
Co edited with Robbie McVeigh, published by Beyond the Pale Publications, 2002
Co edited with Robbie McVeigh, published by Beyond the Pale Publications, 2002

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Published by: Ronit Lentin on Sep 30, 2011
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 Racism and Anti-racism in Ireland 
 Editors: Ronit Lentin and Robbie McVeighRonit Lentin, Course Coordinator, M Phil in Ethnic and Racial Studies, Department of Sociology, TrinityCollege, Dublin 2Tel: 353 1 608 2766 Fax: 353 1 677 1300 Email: rlentin@tcd.ieRobbie McVeigh, 22 Lawrence Hill, Derry BT48 7NJTel: 048 71 280268. Email: robbiemcveigh@hotmail.com
(Dedication)In memory of Ettie Steinberg, the only Irish person to have been murdered in Auschwitz.
And in memory of John O‟
Connell, tireless campaigner against racism.The most ambitious aspiration of the 1916 Proclamation was the commitment to 'cherish the children of thenation equally.' We dedicate this book to our children - in the hope and expectation that they will be cherishedequally alongside all other children of their generation - black and white, settled and Traveller, Jew and gentile,citizen and refugee.Acknowledgements:Thanks to the Department of Sociology, Trinity College Dublin, for supporting this project financially. Thanksto all the contributors and to Drazen Nozinic for his editorial assistance.
Contents:Chapter 1 Situated racisms: A theoretical introductionRobbie McVeigh and Ronit Lentin
 Racism in Ireland 
Chapter 2 Travellers in Ireland: An examination of discrimination and racismJohn O'ConnellChapter 3 Identity and racism in Northern IrelandDeepa Mann-KlerChapter 4 One refugee experience in IrelandDrazen NozinicChapter 5 Racism and the media in Ireland: Setting the anti-immigration agenda.Patrick GuerinChapter 6 The new Irish storytelling: Media, representations and racialised identitiesElisa Joy WhiteChapter 7 Generating awareness for the experiences of women of colour in IrelandShalini SinhaChapter 8 The web of self-identity: Racism, sexism and disabilityRosaleen McDonagh
Chapter 9 Nick, Nack, Paddywhack: Anti-Irish racism and the racialisation of IrishnessRobbie McVeighChapter 10
„Who ever heard of an Irish Jew‟? The intersection of „Irishness‟ and „Jewishness‟
 Ronit LentinChapter 11 Christianity, conversion and the tricky business of names: Images of Jews and Blacks in

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