|aWhat white looks like :|bAfrican-American philosophers on the whiteness question /|cedited by George Yancy.
|aNew York :|bRoutledge,|c2004.
|axvi, 279 p. ;|c23 cm.
|aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
|aIntroduction: Fragments of a social ontology of whiteness / George Yancy -- Racial exploitation and the wages of whiteness / Charles W. Mills -- The bad faith of whiteness / Robert E. Birt -- The impairment of empathy in goodwill whites for African Americans / Janine Jones -- Deligitimizing the normativity of "whiteness" : a critical Africana philosophical study of the metaphoricity of "whiteness" / Clevis Headley -- A Foucauldian (genealogical) reading of whiteness : the production of the black body/self and the racial deformation of Pecola Breedlove in Toni Morrison's The bluest eye / George Yancy -- Whiteness visible : enlightenment racism and the structure of racialized consciousness / Arnold Farr -- Rehabilitate racial whiteness? / Lucius T. Outlaw -- Critical reflections on three popular tropes in the study of whiteness / Lewis Gordon -- Whiteness and Africana phenomenology / Paget Henry -- On the nature of whiteness and the ontology of race : toward a dialectical materialist analysis / John H. McClendon -- Silence and sympathy : Dewey's whiteness / Paul C. Taylor -- Whiteness and feminism : Dj vu discourses, what's next? / Blanche Radford Curry -- The academic addict : mainlining white supremacy (ws) / Joy James.