Reproducing racism provides a unique and probing glimpse into the racial structure of elite law schools as a participant observer and insightful critic wendy leo moore provides a richly detailed picture of the everyday practices by which racial inequality is reproduced. Well written and finely argued reproducing racism white space elite law schools and racial inequality is a powerful contribution to our understanding of racism in the 21st century rose brewer everyone should read this book a call to researchers to examine the reproduction of racism in other areas. Reproducing racism is an examination of white privilege and power in two elite united states law schools moore examines how racial structures racialized everyday practices and racial discourses function in law schools. Reproducing racism white space elite law schools and racial inequality by wendy leo moore rowman and littlefield press 2008 216 pages 80 cloth 2995 paper reproducing racism is the most comprehensive study of the role of race and institutional structure in law school to date. Law schools serve as gateway institutions into one of the most politically powerful social fields the law profession reproducing racism white space elite law schools and racial inequality is an examination of white privilege and power in two elite us law schools
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