by Werner sollors
Interracialism, or marriage between members of different races, has formed, torn apart, defined and divided the American nation since its earliest history. This volume explores the primary texts of interracialism as a means of addressing core issues in American racial identity. Ranging from Hannah Arendt to George Schuyler and from Pace versus Alabama to Loving versus Virginia, it provides resources for faculty and students in English, American and Ethnic Studies, as well as for general readers interested in race relations.
Paperback: 546 pages