Exalted Subjects: Studies In The Making Of Race And Nation In Canada
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Exalted Subjects: Studies In The Making Of Race And Nation In Canada

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Questions of national identity, indigenous rights, citizenship, and migration have acquired unprecedented relevance in this age of globalization. In Exalted Subjects, noted feminist scholar Sunera Thobani examines the meanings and complexities of these questions in a Canadian context. Based in the theoretical traditions of political economy and cultural / post-colonial stu...more
Paperback, 410 pages
Published May 1st 2007 by University of Toronto Press
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Steven Salaita
I finally got around to reading Exalted Subjects, something I've been looking forward to for a while. It was worth the wait. Anybody working in critical race or Indigenous studies needs to read this book. Thobani is intensely intelligent and absolutely on-point analytically.
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