Interlocking Erasures: U.S. Empire, Whitness, and the Terraforming of Politics

Heidi Nicholls
Many scholars have determined that racism is a structural problem that is continually reproduced through a racialized social system and are able to account for how racism has changed over time, from explicit and overt to seemingly “colorblind” mechanisms (Bonilla-Silva 1997, 2015; Omi and Winant 2015). However, few approaches have addressed how changes in racism over time relate to the territorial expansion of the United States. As a result, scholarship in sociology tends to characterize...
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