CRG Publications

CRG Publications

The Center for Race & Gender organizes national intellectual gatherings and research initiatives that have generated new and exciting publications on race, gender, nation, and sexuality.  Here is a list of publications spotlighting critical research catalyzed by CRG conferences, symposia, and projects.

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Borderland Practice: An Anthology (2015)

This anthology was authored by members of Borderland Practice, a CRG graduate working group that aims to create an interdisciplinary space to examine the intersections of race, class, gender, and citizenship within health, social service, and practice settings; and foster meaningful collaborations with community-based organizations that support immigrant and migrant communities. 

 

Islamophobia Studies Journal (Fall 2014, Volume 2, Issue 2)
Islamophobia Research & Documentation Project
Hatem Bazian, Maxwell Leung, editors

This issue provides a collection of articles that broadly engage the continuing problem of Islamophobia and the global anti-Muslim phenomenon while anchoring the publication in a theoretically and empirically grounded framework. 

 

It Was All A Dream: Writings by Undocumented Youth at UC Berkeley (2014)
Undocumented Student Research & Action Initiative
Marco Flores, editor

On October 17, 2014,  the Center for Race & Gender, the Multicultural Resource Center, and the Center for Latino Policy Research celebrated the launch of the student-produced multimedia anthology, It Was All A Dream: Writings by Undocumented Youth at UC Berkeley.  The culmination of a long-term research and arts project, the anthology includes essays, poetry, visualart, and findings from a research report on the campus climate for undocumented students.  

 

Islamophobia Studies Journal (Spring 2014, Volume 2, Issue 1)
Islamophobia Research & Documentation Project
Hatem Bazian, Maxwell Leung, editors

This issue provides a collection of articles that broadly engage the continuing problem of Islamophobia and the global anti-Muslim phenomenon while anchoring the publication in a theoretically and empirically grounded framework. 

 

Working Together to Improve Campus Climate for Undocumented AB540 Students at UC Berkeley (2013)
Center for Race & Gender and Center for Latino Policy Research;
Kevin Escudero, Graduate Student Researcher

A research report exploring the campus climate for undocumented immigrant students at Cal.  This report is part of the CRG project initiative on undocumented students at UC Berkeley and beyond.

 

Islamophobia Studies Journal (Spring 2012, Volume 1, Issue 1)
Islamophobia Research & Documentation Project
Hatem Bazian, Maxwell Leung, editors

This inaugural edition of the Islamophobia Studies Journal is an attempt to forge the bonds for strengthening our commitment to justice, to be accountable and responsible for the work that we produce, and more importantly, to focus our passions – the basis of the human condition – as we strive to work in our collective and related projects for justice.

 

Indigeneity: Collected Essays (2012)
Guillermo Delgado-P and John Brown Childs, editors

Collection generated from the 2004 international conference, "Beyond Race and Citizenship: Indigeneity in the 21st Century." 

 

Same Hate, New Target: Islamophobia and its Impact in the United States (2011)
Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) and the Center for Race and Gender (CRG)

A first-of-its-kind report outlining the disturbing growth of Islamophobia in the United States during 2009-2010.  The report is a project of the CRG initiative, Islamophobia Research and Documentation Project.

 

Michael Jackson in/as U.S. Popular Culture (2010)
Tamara Roberts and Brandi Wilkins Catanese, editors
Special Issue of the Journal of Popular Music Studies

Collection generated from the 2009 symposium, "Michael Jackson: Critical Reflection on a Life & A Phenomenon."

 

 

Shades of Difference: Why Skin Color Matters (2009)
Evelyn Nakano Glenn, editor

Collection generated from the 2005 conference, "Hierarchies of Color."